Anchorage Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Watches & Warnings

Special Statement
Issued: 3:56 PM AKDT Sep. 23, 2018 – National Weather Service

... First Fall storm arrives in southcentral Monday...

The first Fall storm is expected to arrive in southcentral Alaska
early Monday morning with periods of strong wind throughout the
Cook Inlet region.

Southeasterly winds will ramp up tonight along Turnagain Arm. By
Monday morning, winds 30-40 mph with gusts to 55-65 mph will be
found along Turnagain Arm and the Anchorage Upper Hillside.

Monday afternoon, the winds turn to the south-southwest and move
into the Anchorage bowl bringing winds of 20-30 mph with gusts
around 40 mph.

In the western Kenai Peninsula near Cook Inlet, winds will become
northeast overnight and then turn back to the southwest and
rapidly increase Monday afternoon. Expect southwest winds 30-40
mph with gusts around 50 mph along the inlet from noon Monday
through Monday evening. Winds will then slowly diminish Monday
night through Tuesday morning.

Watchful weather observers may also notice a fresh coating of
early autumn snow along regional peaks as snow levels fall close
to 3,500 feet.

Be sure to secure all loose outdoor objects including patio
furniture and trash cans. High profile vehicles should also plan
accordingly.

Keep up with the latest weather forecast at:
http://www.Weather.Gov/Anchorage


356 PM akdt sun Sep 23 2018

... First Fall storm arrives in southcentral Monday...

The first Fall storm is expected to arrive in southcentral Alaska
early Monday morning with periods of strong wind throughout the
Cook Inlet region.

Southeasterly winds will ramp up tonight along Turnagain Arm. By
Monday morning, winds 30-40 mph with gusts to 55-65 mph will be
found along Turnagain Arm and the Anchorage Upper Hillside.

Monday afternoon, the winds turn to the south-southwest and move
into the Anchorage bowl bringing winds of 20-30 mph with gusts
around 40 mph.

In the western Kenai Peninsula near Cook Inlet, winds will become
northeast overnight and then turn back to the southwest and
rapidly increase Monday afternoon. Expect southwest winds 30-40
mph with gusts around 50 mph along the inlet from noon Monday
through Monday evening. Winds will then slowly diminish Monday
night through Tuesday morning.

Watchful weather observers may also notice a fresh coating of
early autumn snow along regional peaks as snow levels fall close
to 3,500 feet.

Be sure to secure all loose outdoor objects including patio
furniture and trash cans. High profile vehicles should also plan
accordingly.

Keep up with the latest weather forecast at:
http://www.Weather.Gov/Anchorage



356 PM akdt sun Sep 23 2018

... First Fall storm arrives in southcentral Monday...

The first Fall storm is expected to arrive in southcentral Alaska
early Monday morning with periods of strong wind throughout the
Cook Inlet region.

Southeasterly winds will ramp up tonight along Turnagain Arm. By
Monday morning, winds 30-40 mph with gusts to 55-65 mph will be
found along Turnagain Arm and the Anchorage Upper Hillside.

Monday afternoon, the winds turn to the south-southwest and move
into the Anchorage bowl bringing winds of 20-30 mph with gusts
around 40 mph.

In the western Kenai Peninsula near Cook Inlet, winds will become
northeast overnight and then turn back to the southwest and
rapidly increase Monday afternoon. Expect southwest winds 30-40
mph with gusts around 50 mph along the inlet from noon Monday
through Monday evening. Winds will then slowly diminish Monday
night through Tuesday morning.

Watchful weather observers may also notice a fresh coating of
early autumn snow along regional peaks as snow levels fall close
to 3,500 feet.

Be sure to secure all loose outdoor objects including patio
furniture and trash cans. High profile vehicles should also plan
accordingly.

Keep up with the latest weather forecast at:
http://www.Weather.Gov/Anchorage


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