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U.S. Hazards Outlook - Made September 18, 2014
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Valid Sunday September 21, 2014 to Thursday October 02, 2014
US Hazards Outlook
NWS Climate Prediction Center College Park MD
EDT September 18 2014Synopsis
: A pattern change across North
America is becoming more likely as north Pacific flow strengthens and affects
the West Coast by the middle part of next week. Upslope flow is expected across
eastern New Mexico and west Texas on Sunday and Monday as an area of
upper-level low pressure tracks across the Great Basin and Central Rockies on
Sunday and Monday. A cold front is forecast to progress into the eastern U.S.
early in the period, while a surface low develops near the East Coast. Surface
high pressure is expected to build across Alaska as the north Pacific storm
track shifts south. Hazards
Detailed Summary For Sunday
September 21 - Thursday September 25:
- Heavy rain for the
northern/central Alaska Panhandle, Sun, Sep 21.
- Heavy rain across the southern high Plains, Sun-Mon, Sep 21-22.
- Flash flooding possible across the central Rockies, Sun-Mon, Sep 21-22.
- River flooding likely for parts of Arizona and New Mexico.
- River flooding possible for parts of New Mexico and west Texas.
- Severe drought for the Central and Southern Great Plains, Southwest,
southern Georgia, Pacific Northwest, Great Basin, and California.
To be completed later. For Friday
September 26 - Thursday October 02:
To be completed
Forecaster: Brad Pugh
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