Eastern Baranof Island and Southern Admiralty Island Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Watches & Warnings

Special Statement
Issued: 5:07 PM AKDT Sep. 25, 2017 – National Weather Service

... Heavy rain expected Monday night through Tuesday night across
much of the Panhandle...

A front moving through the southern Panhandle tonight will bring
another round of rain, heavy at times. 36 hour totals beginning
tonight show precipitation values expected to range from 1.75
inches in the southeastern Panhandle to as much as 2.5 inches in
the central Panhandle, and around 2 inches in the northern
channels. This system will push northward Tuesday night. Chances
of heavy precipitation will decrease toward the end of the week,
while showers will continue across the central Panhandle into
Wednesday morning.

Rivers, lakes, and streams will rise, but are expected to remain
below flood stage.

Additional rain is forecast through mid-week, however, details on
where and when additional heavy rain will fall are uncertain at
this time. Watch for follow up statements issued by this office.


507 PM akdt Mon Sep 25 2017

... Heavy rain expected Monday night through Tuesday night across
much of the Panhandle...

A front moving through the southern Panhandle tonight will bring
another round of rain, heavy at times. 36 hour totals beginning
tonight show precipitation values expected to range from 1.75
inches in the southeastern Panhandle to as much as 2.5 inches in
the central Panhandle, and around 2 inches in the northern
channels. This system will push northward Tuesday night. Chances
of heavy precipitation will decrease toward the end of the week,
while showers will continue across the central Panhandle into
Wednesday morning.

Rivers, lakes, and streams will rise, but are expected to remain
below flood stage.

Additional rain is forecast through mid-week, however, details on
where and when additional heavy rain will fall are uncertain at
this time. Watch for follow up statements issued by this office.


507 PM akdt Mon Sep 25 2017

... Heavy rain expected Monday night through Tuesday night across
much of the Panhandle...

A front moving through the southern Panhandle tonight will bring
another round of rain, heavy at times. 36 hour totals beginning
tonight show precipitation values expected to range from 1.75
inches in the southeastern Panhandle to as much as 2.5 inches in
the central Panhandle, and around 2 inches in the northern
channels. This system will push northward Tuesday night. Chances
of heavy precipitation will decrease toward the end of the week,
while showers will continue across the central Panhandle into
Wednesday morning.

Rivers, lakes, and streams will rise, but are expected to remain
below flood stage.

Additional rain is forecast through mid-week, however, details on
where and when additional heavy rain will fall are uncertain at
this time. Watch for follow up statements issued by this office.



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