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Flood Statement
National Weather Service La Crosse WI
1112 AM CST WED FEB 22 2017

.The Flood Warning continues for the Black River from Black River
Falls to near Galesville.

River forecasts take into account both observed and forecast
precipitation.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

Do not drive cars into flooded areas. Remember, it only takes two
feet of water to float most automobiles, including sport utility
vehicles. Turn Around, Don`t Drown!

Additional river and weather information is available at...
http://www.weather.gov/lacrosse .

&&

WIC063-121-230811-
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/GALW3.2.ER.170223T1320Z.170224T1200Z.170226T0730Z.NO/
1112 AM CST WED FEB 22 2017

The Flood Warning continues for
  The Black River Near Galesville.
* from Thursday morning to Sunday evening...Or until the warning is
  cancelled.
* At 10:45 AM Wednesday the stage was 8.5 feet.
* Flood stage is 12.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...Rise above flood stage by Thursday morning and continue
  to rise to near 13.4 feet by Friday morning. The river will fall
  below flood stage by Sunday morning.
* Impact...At 12.0 feet...Flooding mainly impacts wildlands and
  agricultural pasture land. However the approach to the south end of
  the County Road VV Bridge over the Black River may be flooded.

&&

LAT...LON 4413 9100 4407 9133 4395 9138 4393 9135 4411 9097

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service La Crosse WI
1112 AM CST WED FEB 22 2017

.The Flood Warning continues for the Black River from Black River
Falls to near Galesville.

River forecasts take into account both observed and forecast
precipitation.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

Do not drive cars into flooded areas. Remember, it only takes two
feet of water to float most automobiles, including sport utility
vehicles. Turn Around, Don`t Drown!

Additional river and weather information is available at...
http://www.weather.gov/lacrosse .

&&

WIC053-230812-
/O.EXT.KARX.FL.W.0002.000000T0000Z-170224T1938Z/
/BRFW3.2.ER.170221T0811Z.170221T2000Z.170224T0138Z.NO/
1112 AM CST WED FEB 22 2017

The Flood Warning continues for
  The Black River At Black River Falls.
* until Friday afternoon...Or until the warning is cancelled.
* At  9:15 AM Wednesday the stage was 50.2 feet.
* Flood stage is 47.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue to fall and will drop below
  flood stage Thursday evening.

&&

LAT...LON 4437 9080 4413 9100 4411 9097 4417 9088 4435 9075

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Eastern North Dakota/Grand Forks ND
1101 AM CST WED FEB 22 2017

...The flood warning has been extended for these river locations in
Minnesota and North Dakota...

  * Fargo...on the Red River...in Clay and Cass counties
  * East Grand Forks...on the Red River...in Polk and Grand Forks
  counties
  * Hawley...on the Buffalo River...in Clay County
  * Dilworth...on the Buffalo River...in Clay County
  * Hendrum...on the Wild Rice River (MN)...in Norman County

...The flood warning continues for these river locations in
Minnesota and North Dakota...

  * Oslo...on the Red River...in Marshall, Walsh, Polk, and Grand
  Forks Counties
  * Sabin...on the South Branch Buffalo River ...in Clay County

.River levels continue to rise along the Red River Valley due to
recent snow melt and precipitation.

Note that there continues to be a somewhat higher level of
uncertainty in the current forecasts due to the significant period of
cold air temperatures expected later this week. These temperatures
may cause runoff to freeze in the drainage networks, rivers, and
streams, rather than flow downstream. In that case, river levels may
not rise as high as forecast. On the other hand, ice jamming and
other effects due to ice is possible as temperatures decrease and
cannot be ruled out as a factor in increased river levels, especially
at Oslo. The effects of ice have not been included in these
forecasts.

This forecast is for a 7-day period...the highest stage indicated
  may not reflect the crest for this event.

  Forecasts are updated daily and stage values will change as new
  weather and river information is used. River forecasts usually use
  48 hours of expected precipitation but depending on the situation
  it may include precipitation expected through the next 72 hours.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

Safety message...turn around, don`t drown...

 - Don`t travel through flooded areas!

 - Persons in the warned area need to take steps to protect life
   and property. If necessary move to a higher and safer location.

 - Persons living in the Red River Basin should monitor river
   levels while the river is in, or near, flood.

For more information., o to the AHPS/River section
on our web page at:      www.weather.gov/grandforks

&&

MNC027-NDC017-231701-
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/FGON8.1.ER.170220T1845Z.170224T1800Z.170227T2000Z.NO/
1101 AM CST WED FEB 22 2017

The Flood Warning continues for...
* ...Fargo...on the Red River.
* Until Tuesday evening or until the warning is cancelled.
* At 10:15 AM Wednesday the stage was 20.7 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and during the next 7 days Minor
  flooding is forecast.
* Minor Flood Stage is 18.0 feet.
* Forecast...the river will rise to a crest near 21.7 feet sometime
  Friday early afternoon. The river will fall below Flood Stage
  Monday early afternoon.
* Impact Statement(s) - At 22.0 feet, Fargo...North Broadway bridge
  is closed.

&&

Daily 7am CDT/6am CST forecast stage in feet:

 Date                Thu    Fri    Sat    Sun    Mon    Tue    Wed
(month/day)         02/23  02/24  02/25  02/26  02/27  02/28  03/01

Red River
  Fargo             21.3   21.6   21.3   20.0   18.5   17.3   16.8


LAT...LON 4715 9673 4724 9683 4724 9694 4676 9689 4677 9671


$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Eastern North Dakota/Grand Forks ND
1101 AM CST WED FEB 22 2017

...The flood warning has been extended for these river locations in
Minnesota and North Dakota...

  * Fargo...on the Red River...in Clay and Cass counties
  * East Grand Forks...on the Red River...in Polk and Grand Forks
  counties
  * Hawley...on the Buffalo River...in Clay County
  * Dilworth...on the Buffalo River...in Clay County
  * Hendrum...on the Wild Rice River (MN)...in Norman County

...The flood warning continues for these river locations in
Minnesota and North Dakota...

  * Oslo...on the Red River...in Marshall, Walsh, Polk, and Grand
  Forks Counties
  * Sabin...on the South Branch Buffalo River ...in Clay County

.River levels continue to rise along the Red River Valley due to
recent snow melt and precipitation.

Note that there continues to be a somewhat higher level of
uncertainty in the current forecasts due to the significant period of
cold air temperatures expected later this week. These temperatures
may cause runoff to freeze in the drainage networks, rivers, and
streams, rather than flow downstream. In that case, river levels may
not rise as high as forecast. On the other hand, ice jamming and
other effects due to ice is possible as temperatures decrease and
cannot be ruled out as a factor in increased river levels, especially
at Oslo. The effects of ice have not been included in these
forecasts.

This forecast is for a 7-day period...the highest stage indicated
  may not reflect the crest for this event.

  Forecasts are updated daily and stage values will change as new
  weather and river information is used. River forecasts usually use
  48 hours of expected precipitation but depending on the situation
  it may include precipitation expected through the next 72 hours.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

Safety message...turn around, don`t drown...

 - Don`t travel through flooded areas!

 - Persons in the warned area need to take steps to protect life
   and property. If necessary move to a higher and safer location.

 - Persons living in the Red River Basin should monitor river
   levels while the river is in, or near, flood.

For more information., o to the AHPS/River section
on our web page at:      www.weather.gov/grandforks

&&

MNC027-231701-
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/SABM5.1.ER.170222T1800Z.170222T1800Z.170223T0000Z.NO/
1101 AM CST WED FEB 22 2017

The Flood Warning continues for...
* ...Sabin...on the South Branch Buffalo River.
* Until late Thursday night or until the warning is cancelled.
* At 9:45 AM Wednesday the stage was 12.3 feet.
* Minor Flood Stage is 13.0 feet.
* Forecast...the river is expected to rise to near Flood Stage
  Wednesday early afternoon.
* The river is forecast to crest at 13.0 feet on Wednesday early
afternoon
  during this 7-day period.
* Impact Statement(s) - At 13.0 feet, flooding on road cut at old
  meander scar east of gage begins.

&&

Daily 7am CDT/6am CST forecast stage in feet:

 Date                Thu    Fri    Sat    Sun    Mon    Tue    Wed
(month/day)         02/23  02/24  02/25  02/26  02/27  02/28  03/01

S. Buffalo River
  Sabin             12.7   12.0   11.0   10.0    9.4    9.0    8.7


LAT...LON 4663 9666 4663 9650 4686 9657 4689 9670


$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Eastern North Dakota/Grand Forks ND
1101 AM CST WED FEB 22 2017

...The flood warning has been extended for these river locations in
Minnesota and North Dakota...

  * Fargo...on the Red River...in Clay and Cass counties
  * East Grand Forks...on the Red River...in Polk and Grand Forks
  counties
  * Hawley...on the Buffalo River...in Clay County
  * Dilworth...on the Buffalo River...in Clay County
  * Hendrum...on the Wild Rice River (MN)...in Norman County

...The flood warning continues for these river locations in
Minnesota and North Dakota...

  * Oslo...on the Red River...in Marshall, Walsh, Polk, and Grand
  Forks Counties
  * Sabin...on the South Branch Buffalo River ...in Clay County

.River levels continue to rise along the Red River Valley due to
recent snow melt and precipitation.

Note that there continues to be a somewhat higher level of
uncertainty in the current forecasts due to the significant period of
cold air temperatures expected later this week. These temperatures
may cause runoff to freeze in the drainage networks, rivers, and
streams, rather than flow downstream. In that case, river levels may
not rise as high as forecast. On the other hand, ice jamming and
other effects due to ice is possible as temperatures decrease and
cannot be ruled out as a factor in increased river levels, especially
at Oslo. The effects of ice have not been included in these
forecasts.

This forecast is for a 7-day period...the highest stage indicated
  may not reflect the crest for this event.

  Forecasts are updated daily and stage values will change as new
  weather and river information is used. River forecasts usually use
  48 hours of expected precipitation but depending on the situation
  it may include precipitation expected through the next 72 hours.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

Safety message...turn around, don`t drown...

 - Don`t travel through flooded areas!

 - Persons in the warned area need to take steps to protect life
   and property. If necessary move to a higher and safer location.

 - Persons living in the Red River Basin should monitor river
   levels while the river is in, or near, flood.

For more information., o to the AHPS/River section
on our web page at:      www.weather.gov/grandforks

&&

MNC027-231700-
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/HWYM5.1.ER.170224T0600Z.170224T0600Z.170224T1800Z.NO/
1101 AM CST WED FEB 22 2017

The Flood Warning continues for...
* ...Hawley...on the Buffalo River.
* From late Thursday night to Saturday evening or until the warning
  is cancelled.
* At 9:45 AM Wednesday the stage was 7.2 feet.
* Minor Flood Stage is 8.0 feet.
* Forecast...the river is expected to rise to near Flood Stage early
  Friday morning.
* The river is forecast to crest at 8.0 feet on early Friday morning
  during this 7-day period.
* Impact Statement(s) - At 8.0 feet, parts of Hawley city park begin
  to flood.

&&

Daily 7am CDT/6am CST forecast stage in feet:

 Date                Thu    Fri    Sat    Sun    Mon    Tue    Wed
(month/day)         02/23  02/24  02/25  02/26  02/27  02/28  03/01

Buffalo River
  Hawley             7.9    8.0    7.8    7.4    7.1    6.7    6.4


LAT...LON 4701 9603 4692 9650 4684 9652 4680 9633 4690 9601


$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Eastern North Dakota/Grand Forks ND
1101 AM CST WED FEB 22 2017

...The flood warning has been extended for these river locations in
Minnesota and North Dakota...

  * Fargo...on the Red River...in Clay and Cass counties
  * East Grand Forks...on the Red River...in Polk and Grand Forks
  counties
  * Hawley...on the Buffalo River...in Clay County
  * Dilworth...on the Buffalo River...in Clay County
  * Hendrum...on the Wild Rice River (MN)...in Norman County

...The flood warning continues for these river locations in
Minnesota and North Dakota...

  * Oslo...on the Red River...in Marshall, Walsh, Polk, and Grand
  Forks Counties
  * Sabin...on the South Branch Buffalo River ...in Clay County

.River levels continue to rise along the Red River Valley due to
recent snow melt and precipitation.

Note that there continues to be a somewhat higher level of
uncertainty in the current forecasts due to the significant period of
cold air temperatures expected later this week. These temperatures
may cause runoff to freeze in the drainage networks, rivers, and
streams, rather than flow downstream. In that case, river levels may
not rise as high as forecast. On the other hand, ice jamming and
other effects due to ice is possible as temperatures decrease and
cannot be ruled out as a factor in increased river levels, especially
at Oslo. The effects of ice have not been included in these
forecasts.

This forecast is for a 7-day period...the highest stage indicated
  may not reflect the crest for this event.

  Forecasts are updated daily and stage values will change as new
  weather and river information is used. River forecasts usually use
  48 hours of expected precipitation but depending on the situation
  it may include precipitation expected through the next 72 hours.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

Safety message...turn around, don`t drown...

 - Don`t travel through flooded areas!

 - Persons in the warned area need to take steps to protect life
   and property. If necessary move to a higher and safer location.

 - Persons living in the Red River Basin should monitor river
   levels while the river is in, or near, flood.

For more information., o to the AHPS/River section
on our web page at:      www.weather.gov/grandforks

&&

MNC027-231700-
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/DILM5.1.ER.170223T0651Z.170224T0600Z.170227T0730Z.NO/
1101 AM CST WED FEB 22 2017

The Flood Warning continues for...
* ...Dilworth...on the Buffalo River.
* From late tonight to Tuesday morning or until the warning is
  cancelled.
* At 9:30 AM Wednesday the stage was 11.4 feet.
* Minor Flood Stage is 13.0 feet.
* Forecast...rise above Flood Stage by early Thursday morning and
  continue to rise to near 15.0 feet by early Friday morning. The
  river will fall below Flood Stage by early Monday morning.
* Impact Statement(s) - At 15.0 feet, gage not accessible above 15
  feet.

&&

Daily 7am CDT/6am CST forecast stage in feet:

 Date                Thu    Fri    Sat    Sun    Mon    Tue    Wed
(month/day)         02/23  02/24  02/25  02/26  02/27  02/28  03/01

Buffalo River
  Dilworth          13.6   15.0   14.5   13.9   12.7   11.8   11.2


LAT...LON 4715 9682 4704 9681 4689 9669 4684 9652 4692 9650


$$

FLOOD STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
924 AM CST WED FEB 22 2017

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Wisconsin...

  Chippewa River at Durand affecting Buffalo and Pepin Counties

.Overview...Runoff from snowmelt and rainfall on Monday of between one
half and one inch onto frozen ground will continue to produce rising
water levels on the Chippewa River. The National Weather Service will
continue to monitor this developing situation and issue followup
statements as conditions or forecasts change.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

Do not drive cars through flooded areas.  Turn Around...Don`t Drown.

Stay tuned to NOAA Weather Radio or your local radio or TV station
for the latest information concerning this flood event.

&&

WIC011-091-232124-
/O.EXT.KMPX.FL.W.0002.170223T1330Z-170228T0600Z/
/DURW3.1.ER.170223T1330Z.170225T0600Z.170227T1200Z.NO/
924 AM CST WED FEB 22 2017

...Flood Warning now expected to end late Monday night...The Flood
Warning continues for
  The Chippewa River at Durand.
* from Thursday morning to late Monday night.
* At  8:45 AM Wednesday the stage was 10.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is forecast.
* Flood stage is 13.0 feet.
* Forecast...Rise above flood stage by tomorrow morning and continue
  to rise to near 14.8 feet by early Saturday morning.the river will
  fall below flood stage by Monday morning.
* Impact...At 13.0 feet...The basements of businesses along the river
  begin to flood.
* Impact...At 12.5 feet...River Street in downtown Durand begins to
  flood.

&&

LAT...LON 4456 9209 4471 9201 4479 9183 4471 9177 4455 9198

$$

FLOOD STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
705 AM CST WED FEB 22 2017

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Minnesota...

  Mississippi River Near Fort Ripley affecting Crow Wing and Morrison
  Counties

.Snowmelt water and rainfall from this past Monday will flow through
streams, rivers, and tributaries through this week. The abnormally
warm weather has been steadily melting snow over the past several
days. This in combination with up to three quarters of an inch of
rainfall from Monday will result in modest rises on the Mississippi
River. Water levels have risen to minor flood stage at
Fort Ripley due to ice jamming downstream and fluctuations in stage
of 1 to 2 feet are possible until ice breaks up and moves out.
People with interests near area streams and rivers are encouraged
to monitor the latest forecast.

MNC035-097-231305-
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/FTRM5.1.ER.170222T1122Z.170222T1800Z.000000T0000Z.UU/
705 AM CST WED FEB 22 2017

...Flood Warning now in effect until further notice...The Flood
Warning continues for
  The Mississippi River Near Fort Ripley.
* At  6:30 AM Wednesday the stage was 10.2 feet.
* Flood stage is 10.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 10.5 feet by this
  afternoon then begin falling.
* At 11.0 feet...This will cause minor flooding of rural areas near
  Fort Ripley..
This crest compares to a previous crest of 10.3 feet on May 22 2015.

&&



LAT...LON 4644 9420 4630 9420 4617 9423 4616 9440
      4626 9442

$$

BJH


Blizzard Watch


URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
342 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

...Blizzard Conditions Possible in Northern to Northwestern Iowa
Late Thursday Through Saturday Morning...

.A winter storm will bring a wintry mix of precipitation to Iowa
late Thursday into Saturday morning. The greatest threat for
moderate or higher snowfall is over northern and northwestern
Iowa. Strong north to northwesterly winds may lead to dangerous
travel during periods of heavier snow.

IAZ004>006-015-023-231400-
/O.CAN.KDMX.WS.A.0003.170224T0000Z-170225T0600Z/
/O.NEW.KDMX.BZ.A.0001.170224T0000Z-170225T0600Z/
Emmet-Kossuth-Winnebago-Palo Alto-Pocahontas-
Including the cities of Estherville, Algona, Forest City,
Lake Mills, Emmetsburg, Pocahontas, Laurens, Rolfe, Fonda,
and Gilmore City
342 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

...BLIZZARD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM THURSDAY EVENING THROUGH FRIDAY
EVENING...
...WINTER STORM WATCH IS CANCELLED...

The National Weather Service in Des Moines has issued a Blizzard
Watch, which is in effect from Thursday evening through Friday
evening. The Winter Storm Watch has been cancelled.

* TIMING...Rain will transition to snow Thursday night into Friday
  morning with winds increasing through the day on Friday. The
  precipitation and wind are expected to persist into Saturday
  morning.


* STORM TOTAL SNOW ACCUMULATIONS...6 to 12 inches across northern
  to northwestern Iowa, with the highest amounts northwest.

* WINDS/VISIBILITY...Winds becoming north to northwesterly at 20
  to 30 mph with gusts over 40 mph. Visibility will be reduced to
  one half mile or less during periods of heavier snow and wind.

* IMPACTS...Travel may become very dangerous as blowing and
  drifting snow reduce visibility Friday into Saturday morning.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A Blizzard Watch means there is a potential for falling and/or
blowing snow with strong winds and extremely poor visibilities.
This can lead to whiteout conditions and make travel very
dangerous.

&&

$$

URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service Twin Cities/Chanhassen MN
326 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

...STRONGEST STORM OF THE WINTER ARRIVES THURSDAY NIGHT BRINGING
HEAVY SNOW...STRONG WINDS...AND BLOWING SNOW...THROUGH FRIDAY
EVENING.

.A winter storm watch continues for much of central and eastern
Minnesota and western Wisconsin. A blizzard watch is in effect for
southwest Minnesota.

Heavy snow will lift northward Thursday night and bring a quick 3
to 6 inches by Friday morning. On Friday another band of snow will
shift through the region. Locations that see both of these bands
can expect over a foot of snow. In addition, wind gusts of 30 to
40 mph will cause blowing and drifting.

The Friday morning and afternoon commutes are expected to be
significantly impacted.

MNZ065>067-073>076-082>084-091-092-230530-
/O.CAN.KMPX.WS.A.0003.170224T0000Z-170225T0600Z/
/O.NEW.KMPX.BZ.A.0001.170224T0000Z-170225T0600Z/
Renville-McLeod-Sibley-Redwood-Brown-Nicollet-Le Sueur-Watonwan-
Blue Earth-Waseca-Martin-Faribault-
Including the cities of Olivia, Hutchinson, Gaylord,
Redwood Falls, New Ulm, St Peter, Le Sueur, St James, Mankato,
Waseca, Fairmont, and Blue Earth
326 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

...BLIZZARD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM THURSDAY EVENING THROUGH FRIDAY
EVENING...
...WINTER STORM WATCH IS CANCELLED...

The National Weather Service in Twin Cities/Chanhassen has issued
a Blizzard Watch, which is in effect from Thursday evening
through Friday evening. The Winter Storm Watch has been
cancelled.


* TIMING...Heavy snow will develop Thursday night, with increasing
  winds on Friday.

* WINDS/VISIBILITY...Whiteout conditions are possible, especially
  in open areas.

* Snow accumulations...6 to 12 inches are likely, with amounts
  in excess of 12 inches possible.

* WINDS...Northeast to northwest 20 to 30 mph with gusts to 40
  mph resulting in considerable blowing snow and possible
  blizzard conditions.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A Blizzard Watch means there is a potential for falling and/or
blowing snow with strong winds and extremely poor visibilities.
This can lead to whiteout conditions and make travel very
dangerous.

&&

$$

URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service Sioux Falls SD
322 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

IAZ001>003-012>014-020>022-MNZ071-072-080-081-089-090-097-098-
NEZ014-230530-
/O.CAN.KFSD.WS.A.0003.170224T0000Z-170225T0600Z/
/O.NEW.KFSD.BZ.A.0001.170224T0000Z-170225T0600Z/
Lyon IA-Osceola-Dickinson-Sioux-O`Brien-Clay IA-Plymouth-Cherokee-
Buena Vista-Lincoln MN-Lyon MN-Murray-Cottonwood-Nobles-Jackson-
Pipestone-Rock-Dakota-
322 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

...BLIZZARD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM THURSDAY EVENING THROUGH FRIDAY
EVENING...
...WINTER STORM WATCH IS CANCELLED...

The National Weather Service in Sioux Falls has issued a Blizzard
Watch, which is in effect from Thursday evening through Friday
evening. The Winter Storm Watch has been cancelled.

* TIMING...A brief mix of rain and snow Thursday afternoon will
  change to all snow by early Thursday evening. Snow will
  continue heavy at times Thursday night and Friday, before
  gradually tapering off Friday night.

* ACCUMULATIONS...Storm total snow accumulations of 6 to 12
  inches are likely, with amounts in excess of 12 inches
  possible.

* WIND AND VISIBILITY...Winds will increase from the north around
  25 to 35 mph Thursday night, with gusts over 45 mph possible on
  Friday into Friday evening. Visibility is expected to be reduced
  to less than a quarter of a mile at times while snow is falling.


PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A Blizzard Watch means there is a potential for falling and/or
blowing snow with strong winds and extremely poor visibilities.
This can lead to whiteout conditions and make travel very
dangerous.

&&

$$

URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service Sioux Falls SD
322 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

NEZ013-SDZ053>056-059>062-065>071-230530-
/O.CAN.KFSD.WS.A.0003.170224T0000Z-170225T0000Z/
/O.NEW.KFSD.BZ.A.0001.170224T0000Z-170225T0000Z/
Dixon-Sanborn-Miner-Lake-Moody-Davison-Hanson-McCook-Minnehaha-
Hutchinson-Turner-Lincoln SD-Bon Homme-Yankton-Clay SD-Union-
322 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

...BLIZZARD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM THURSDAY EVENING THROUGH FRIDAY
AFTERNOON...
...WINTER STORM WATCH IS CANCELLED...

The National Weather Service in Sioux Falls has issued a Blizzard
Watch, which is in effect from Thursday evening through Friday
afternoon. The Winter Storm Watch has been cancelled.

* TIMING...A possible mix of rain and snow on Thursday afternoon
  will change to all snow by early Thursday evening. Snow will
  continue heavy at times Thursday night and Friday, before
  gradually tapering off Friday evening.

* ACCUMULATIONS...Storm total snow accumulations of 6 to 12
  inches are likely, with amounts in excess of 12 inches
  possible.

* WIND AND VISIBILITY...Winds will increase from the north around
  25 to 35 mph on Thursday night and Friday. Visibility is
  expected to be reduced to less than a quarter of a mile at
  times while snow is falling.


PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A Blizzard Watch means there is a potential for falling and/or
blowing snow with strong winds and extremely poor visibilities.
This can lead to whiteout conditions and make travel very
dangerous.

&&

$$


Winter Storm Watch


URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
342 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

...Blizzard Conditions Possible in Northern to Northwestern Iowa
Late Thursday Through Saturday Morning...

.A winter storm will bring a wintry mix of precipitation to Iowa
late Thursday into Saturday morning. The greatest threat for
moderate or higher snowfall is over northern and northwestern
Iowa. Strong north to northwesterly winds may lead to dangerous
travel during periods of heavier snow.

IAZ007-016-033-231400-
/O.CON.KDMX.WS.A.0003.170224T0000Z-170225T0600Z/
Worth-Hancock-Sac-
Including the cities of Northwood, Manly, Garner, Britt, Kanawha,
Sac City, Lake View, Odebolt, Wall Lake, Schaller, and Early
342 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

...WINTER STORM WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM THURSDAY EVENING
THROUGH FRIDAY EVENING...

* TIMING...Rain will transition to snow Thursday night into Friday
  morning with winds increasing through the day on Friday. The
  precipitation and wind are expected to persist into morning.

* STORM TOTAL SNOW ACCUMULATIONS...4 to 7 inches across northern
  Iowa, with locally higher amounts possible.

* WINDS/VISIBILITY...Winds becoming from the north and northwest
  at 20 to 30 mph with gusts over 40 mph. Visibility will be
  reduced to one half mile or less during periods of heavier
  snow and wind.

* IMPACTS...Travel may be severely impacted as blowing and
  drifting snow reduce visibility Friday into Saturday morning.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A Winter Storm Watch means there is a potential for significant
snow, sleet, or ice accumulations that may impact travel.
Continue to monitor the latest forecasts.

&&

$$

Kotenberg

URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service Twin Cities/Chanhassen MN
326 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

...STRONGEST STORM OF THE WINTER ARRIVES THURSDAY NIGHT BRINGING
HEAVY SNOW...STRONG WINDS...AND BLOWING SNOW...THROUGH FRIDAY
EVENING.

.A winter storm watch continues for much of central and eastern
Minnesota and western Wisconsin. A blizzard watch is in effect for
southwest Minnesota.

Heavy snow will lift northward Thursday night and bring a quick 3
to 6 inches by Friday morning. On Friday another band of snow will
shift through the region. Locations that see both of these bands
can expect over a foot of snow. In addition, wind gusts of 30 to
40 mph will cause blowing and drifting.

The Friday morning and afternoon commutes are expected to be
significantly impacted.

MNZ044-045-049>064-068>070-077-078-085-093-WIZ014>016-023>028-
230530-
/O.CON.KMPX.WS.A.0003.170224T0000Z-170225T0600Z/
Mille Lacs-Kanabec-Stearns-Benton-Sherburne-Isanti-Chisago-
Lac Qui Parle-Swift-Chippewa-Kandiyohi-Meeker-Wright-Hennepin-
Anoka-Ramsey-Washington-Yellow Medicine-Carver-Scott-Dakota-Rice-
Goodhue-Steele-Freeborn-Polk-Barron-Rusk-St. Croix-Pierce-Dunn-
Pepin-Eau Claire-
Including the cities of Princeton, Mora, St Cloud, Foley,
Elk River, Cambridge, Center City, Madison, Benson, Montevideo,
Willmar, Litchfield, Monticello, Minneapolis, Blaine, St Paul,
Stillwater, Granite Falls, Chaska, Shakopee, Hastings, Faribault,
Red Wing, Owatonna, Albert Lea, Osceola, Rice Lake, Ladysmith,
Hudson, River Falls, Prescott, Menomonie, Durand, Chippewa Falls,
and Eau Claire
326 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

...WINTER STORM WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM THURSDAY EVENING
THROUGH FRIDAY EVENING...

* TIMING...Rain will turn to snow Thursday evening and continue
  through Friday evening.

* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS...6 to 12 inches are likely, with amounts
  in excess of 12 inches possible.

* WINDS...Northeast to northwest 20 to 30 mph with gusts to 40
  mph resulting in considerable blowing snow and possible
  blizzard conditions.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A Winter Storm Watch means there is a potential for significant
snow...sleet...or ice accumulations that may impact travel.
Continue to monitor the latest forecasts.

&&

$$

jrb

URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service Sioux Falls SD
322 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

SDZ038>040-230530-
/O.CON.KFSD.WS.A.0003.170224T0000Z-170225T0000Z/
Beadle-Kingsbury-Brookings-
322 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

...WINTER STORM WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM THURSDAY EVENING
THROUGH FRIDAY AFTERNOON...

* TIMING...snow will develop across the area and become heavy at
  times by Thursday night and Friday, before gradually tapering
  off Friday evening.


* ACCUMULATIONS...Storm total snow accumulations of 6 to 10 inches
  are likely.

* WIND AND VISIBILITY...Winds will increase from the north around
  20 to 35 mph by Thursday afternoon into Friday. Visibility is
  expected to be reduced to less than a half mile at times while
  snow is falling.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A Winter Storm Watch means there is a potential for significant
snow...sleet...or ice accumulations that may impact travel.
Continue to monitor the latest forecasts.

&&

$$

URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service Duluth MN
321 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

...Winter storm to affect parts of the Northland Thursday night
through Friday night...

.A potential winter storm is forecast to affect Pine and Douglas
through Iron and Price counties Thursday night through Friday
night. The heaviest snow is expected to fall between 6 am and noon
Friday where snowfall rates may approach one inch per hour. Gusty
winds will accompany this system, especially during the day on
Friday and through Friday night. This may lead to some blowing
snow and reduced visibilities. The snow will be wet and should
reduce drifting.

WIZ001>004-230730-
/O.EXB.KDLH.WS.A.0002.170224T0300Z-170225T1800Z/
Douglas-Bayfield-Ashland-Iron-
Including the cities of Superior, Washburn, Bayfield, Ashland,
and Hurley
321 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

...WINTER STORM WATCH IN EFFECT FROM THURSDAY EVENING THROUGH
SATURDAY MORNING...

The National Weather Service in Duluth has issued a Winter Storm
Watch...which is in effect from Thursday evening through Saturday
morning.

* TIMING...Snow is expected to begin Thursday night and continue
  through Friday before ending Saturday morning.

* LOCATIONS...Douglas county east through Iron county. This
  includes Solon Springs, Iron River, Ashland and Hurley.

* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS...8 to 12 inches.

* WINDS...Northeast 10 to 20 mph with gusts up to 35 mph.

* VISIBILITIES...less than one half mile in the heavier snow.

* IMPACTS...The heavy snow will make many roads impassable.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A Winter Storm Watch means there is a potential for significant
snow that may impact travel. Continue to monitor the latest
forecasts for updates.

&&

$$

URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service Duluth MN
321 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

...Winter storm to affect parts of the Northland Thursday night
through Friday night...

.A potential winter storm is forecast to affect Pine and Douglas
through Iron and Price counties Thursday night through Friday
night. The heaviest snow is expected to fall between 6 am and noon
Friday where snowfall rates may approach one inch per hour. Gusty
winds will accompany this system, especially during the day on
Friday and through Friday night. This may lead to some blowing
snow and reduced visibilities. The snow will be wet and should
reduce drifting.

MNZ038-WIZ006>009-230730-
/O.EXT.KDLH.WS.A.0002.170224T0300Z-170225T1800Z/
Pine-Burnett-Washburn-Sawyer-Price-
Including the cities of Pine City, Hinckley, Grantsburg, Spooner,
Hayward, and Phillips
321 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

...WINTER STORM WATCH NOW IN EFFECT FROM THURSDAY EVENING THROUGH
SATURDAY MORNING...

* LOCATIONS...Pine county east through Price county. This
  includes Hinckley, Siren, Hayward, Park Falls and Phillips.

* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS...8 to 12 inches.

* WINDS...North 10 to 20 mph with gusts up to 30 mph.

* VISIBILITIES...less than one half mile in the heavier snow.

* IMPACTS...The heavy snow will make many roads impassable.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A Winter Storm Watch means there is a potential for significant
snow and ice accumulations that may impact travel. Continue to
monitor the latest forecasts for updates.

&&

$$

URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service Aberdeen SD
320 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

SDZ018>023-230530-
/O.CON.KABR.WS.A.0002.170224T0000Z-170225T0000Z/
Spink-Clark-Codington-Grant-Hamlin-Deuel-
Including the cities of Redfield, Clark, Watertown, Milbank,
Hayti, and Clear Lake
320 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

...WINTER STORM WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM THURSDAY EVENING
THROUGH FRIDAY AFTERNOON...

* Timing...snow is possible from Thursday evening through Friday
  afternoon.

* Snow Accumulations...Total snow accumulations of 2 to 5 inches
  are possible.

* Winds / Visibilities...Winds gusting as high as 45 mph could
  cause widespread blowing and drifting snow. In
  addition...significant reductions in visibility are possible.
  Tree branches could fall as well.

* Impacts...Plan on difficult driving conditions...including
  during the morning commute on Friday.

Precautionary/Preparedness actions...

A winter storm watch means there is potential for significant
snow...sleet or ice accumulations that may impact travel.
Continue to monitor the latest forecasts.

&&

$$
TMT

URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service La Crosse WI
244 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

...A Winter Storm will Likely Impact the Area from Thursday
Night through Friday Night...

.A wintry mix will affect the area from Thursday night into
Friday night.  The precipitation will start out as rain Thursday
evening...transition to a wintry mix for late Thursday night and
Friday morning...and then change over to snow for late Friday
afternoon and night.

At this time, it looks like 5 to 10 inches of snow will fall in
locations along and north of an Austin to Winona Minnesota...to
Black River Falls Wisconsin line. In addition to the snow, there
will be the potential for up a tenth of an inch of ice
accumulation.

Winds become strong and gusty Friday night. Drifting snow could
become a concern in open and unsheltered areas.

While confidence is high that this storm will produce significant
amounts of snow, where that ultimately falls is not certain. A
small shift in the storm track will have large impacts on what
falls where, and how much.

Keep up on the latest forecasts and prepare now for this winter
storm...especially if you have travel plans.

MNZ079-086>088-094-WIZ017-029-032>034-230445-
/O.CON.KARX.WS.A.0002.170224T0000Z-170225T0600Z/
Wabasha-Dodge-Olmsted-Winona-Mower-Taylor-Clark-Buffalo-
Trempealeau-Jackson-
Including the cities of Wabasha, Dodge Center, Rochester, Winona,
Austin, Medford, Neillsville, Alma, Arcadia, Whitehall,
and Black River Falls
244 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

...WINTER STORM WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM THURSDAY EVENING
THROUGH FRIDAY EVENING...

* A wintry mix of snow, rain, and freezing rain are possible from Thursday
  evening through Friday evening.

* Total snow accumulations of 5 to 10 inches and ice accumulations
  up to 1/10 of an inch are possible.

* Snow may cause significant reductions in visibility are
  possible.

* The ice and snow could result in difficult travel conditions...
  including during the morning commute on Friday.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A winter storm watch means there is potential for significant
snow...sleet or ice accumulations that may impact travel.
Continue to monitor the latest forecasts.

&&

$$

Boyne


Hazardous Weather Outlook


Hazardous Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Duluth MN
430 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

MNZ010>012-018>021-025-026-033>038-WIZ001>004-006>009-231230-
Koochiching-North St. Louis-Northern Cook/Northern Lake-
North Itasca-Central St. Louis-Southern Lake/North Shore-
Southern Cook/North Shore-North Cass-South Itasca-South Cass-
Crow Wing-Northern Aitkin-South Aitkin-Carlton/South St. Louis-
Pine-Douglas-Bayfield-Ashland-Iron-Burnett-Washburn-Sawyer-Price-
430 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for portions of northeast
Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin.

.DAY ONE...Tonight

Rain showers will transition to snow across east-central
Minnesota into parts of northwest Wisconsin late today into this
evening. Up to 1 inch of snowfall is possible. A few isolated
thunderstorms are also possible.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Thursday through Tuesday

A winter storm will move through the Upper Midwest Thursday night
through Saturday morning. Snow will be likely in northwest
Wisconsin and adjacent areas of central Minnesota. The exact track
of the low pressure system and snow amounts are still in
question, but there is increasing confidence in snowfall amounts
of 6 inches or more for portions of northwest Wisconsin, with a
sharp gradient to little to no snow to the northwest for portions
of northeast Minnesota. Stay tuned to the latest forecast for
details as we get closer to this event.

The Mississippi River at Fort Ripley is forecast to rise above
flood stage on Saturday with minor flooding expected, mainly in
rural areas near Fort Ripley. There have been fluctuations in the
river level due to ice action.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

Snow spotters are requested to report precipitation type...and
measurements of snow or ice accumulations to the National
Weather Service. Spotters and the public can also report
precipitation type with the free M-PING smartphone app.

$$

JJM/LE

More information may be obtained at the following web address:
http://www.weather.gov/duluth (all lower case)

Hazardous Weather Outlook...CORRECTED
National Weather Service La Crosse WI
416 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

IAZ008>011-018-019-029-030-MNZ095-096-WIZ041>044-053>055-061-
231200-
Mitchell-Howard-Winneshiek-Allamakee-Floyd-Chickasaw-Fayette-
Clayton-Fillmore-Houston-La Crosse-Monroe-Juneau-Adams-Vernon-
Crawford-Richland-Grant-
416 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for portions of southeast
Minnesota...northeast Iowa and southwest into central Wisconsin.

.DAY ONE...Tonight

Runoff from recent rain and snow melt is resulting in rises on
area rivers and streams. While most will stay within bank, some
mainly minor flooding will occur over the next couple days.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Thursday through Tuesday

A strong winter storm will move across the region Thursday night
through Friday night. While details are still a bit uncertain,
this could be a high impact storm with periods of rain, snow,
icing and strong winds.

Current indications would hold the heavier snowfall to the
northwest. Locally, warm conditions make 1 to 4 inches of snow
more likely.

In addition, thunderstorms are possible Thursday night into
Friday morning. Small hail and lightning will be the main threats.

The details on this storm will continue to be refined. Precipitation
types and amounts could change.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

No action is needed.

.EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COORDINATION...

A webinar has been scheduled for 130 pm Thursday concerning this
storm system.

$$

Hazardous Weather Outlook...CORRECTED
National Weather Service La Crosse WI
416 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

MNZ079-086>088-094-WIZ017-029-032>034-231200-
Wabasha-Dodge-Olmsted-Winona-Mower-Taylor-Clark-Buffalo-
Trempealeau-Jackson-
416 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for portions of southeast
Minnesota...western into north central Wisconsin.

.DAY ONE...Tonight

Runoff from recent rain and snow melt is resulting in rises on
area rivers and streams. While most will stay within bank, some
mostly minor flooding will occur over the next couple days.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Thursday through Tuesday

A Winter Storm Watch is in effect for Thursday night into Friday
night.

A strong winter storm will move across the region Thursday night
through Friday night. While details are still a bit uncertain,
this could be a high impact storm with periods of rain, snow,
icing and strong winds.

Current indications would bring 4 to as much as 10 inches of
snow...mostly along and north of an Austin to Lake City
Minnesota...to Black River Falls Wisconsin line. Some ice
accumulations are also possible.

In addition, thunderstorms are possible Thursday night into
Friday morning. Small hail and lightning will be the main threats.

The details on this storm will continue to be refined.
Precipitation types and amounts could change.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

No action needed.

.EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COORDINATION...

A webinar has been scheduled for 130 pm Thursday concerning this
winter storm.

$$

DAS/Rieck/RRS

Hazardous Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Aberdeen SD
351 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

MNZ039-046-SDZ003>011-015>023-033>037-045-048-051-232200-
Traverse-Big Stone-Corson-Campbell-McPherson-Brown-Marshall-
Roberts-Walworth-Edmunds-Day-Dewey-Potter-Faulk-Spink-Clark-
Codington-Grant-Hamlin-Deuel-Stanley-Sully-Hughes-Hyde-Hand-Jones-
Lyman-Buffalo-
351 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017 /251 PM MST Wed Feb 22 2017/

This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for portions of west central
Minnesota, central South Dakota, north central South Dakota, and
northeast South Dakota.

.DAY ONE...This Afternoon and Tonight

A rain and snow mix will occur over parts of northeast South
Dakota and west central Minnesota late this afternoon into the
early evening hours. No accumulations are expected.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Thursday through Tuesday

A winter storm will move out into the central Plains on Thursday,
then strengthen into Thursday night and Friday. The heaviest snow
accumulations are forecast over the southern half of South Dakota,
where amounts in excess of 6 inches are expected. Strong and gusty
northerly winds will develop by Thursday evening and persist
through Friday, creating areas of blowing and drifting snow with
low visibility. These impacts will be felt most over the southern
half of South Dakota.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

Spotter activation will not be needed.

$$
TMT

Hazardous Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Grand Forks ND
646 AM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

MNZ001>009-013>017-022>024-027>032-040-NDZ006>008-014>016-024-
026>030-038-039-049-052>054-231300-
West Polk-Norman-Clay-Kittson-Roseau-Lake Of The Woods-
West Marshall-East Marshall-North Beltrami-Pennington-Red Lake-
East Polk-North Clearwater-South Beltrami-Mahnomen-
South Clearwater-Hubbard-West Becker-East Becker-Wilkin-
West Otter Tail-East Otter Tail-Wadena-Grant-Towner-Cavalier-
Pembina-Benson-Ramsey-Eastern Walsh County-Eddy-Nelson-
Grand Forks-Griggs-Steele-Traill-Barnes-Cass-Ransom-Sargent-
Richland-Western Walsh County-
646 AM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

This hazardous weather outlook is for portions of eastern North
Dakota, west central and northwest Minnesota.

.DAY ONE...Today and Tonight

Temperatures will begin a downward trend through late week. This
will slow down or stop the snow melt, but rivers and streams will
continue to respond. See the latest flood statements and flood
warnings for the most current river information.

Light precipitation will continue over the area today into the
early evening. The precipitation will stay mainly as light rain
along and south of a line from Valley City to Park Rapids, but
areas to the north of this line will see light mixed
precipitation changing over to light snow. Little or no snowfall
accumulation is expected.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Thursday through Tuesday

Accumulating snow is also expected over the far southern Red River
Valley into portions of west central Minnesota Thursday night into
Friday. North winds will also become fairly gusty on Friday, so a
return to winter is expected in those areas that have been the
warmest during the mid February thaw.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

Spotter activation is not anticipated.

$$


Hydrologic Outlook


HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
MNC055-157-WIC011-023-043-063-123-IAC005-043-231757-


HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
1057 AM CST WED FEB 22 2017

...Flooding possible along The Mississippi River...
For the Mississippi River the following locations are included:
Wabasha...La Crosse...McGregor.

Runoff from melting snow, combined with recent rainfall is
expected to result in rising river levels. The potential exists for
significant rises, which may cause flooding if conditions come
together as expected.

Mississippi River at Wabasha...The stage this morning was 8.33 feet.
Flood stage is 12.0 feet. The river is forecast to rise above flood
stage Sunday, and reach 12.40 feet Tuesday morning. This would result
in Minor flooding, with additional rises expected thereafter.

Mississippi River at La Crosse...The stage this morning was 7.24
feet. Flood stage is 12.0 feet. The river is forecast to rise above
flood stage Tuesday, and reach 12.20 feet Wednesday morning. This
would result in Minor flooding.

Mississippi River at McGregor...The stage this morning was 10.52
feet. Flood stage is 16.0 feet. The river is expected to reach flood
stage Thursday, March 1st.

$$

U.S. Dept. of Commerce
NOAA National Weather Service
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Silver Spring, MD 20910
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