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NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
332 PM CDT Tue Sep 18 2018

...Heavy Rainfall With Some localized Flooding Possible Through
Thursday...

Another bout of thunderstorms will move through the area tonight
into Wednesday with heaviest rainfall amounts expected to be
across northeast Iowa. Around an inch with locally higher amounts
are possible. This could cause some ponding of water mainly in
poor drainage areas.

Heavier rainfall is then expected Wednesday night into Thursday
across the entire area as a couple more rounds of thunderstorms
roll through. Another 1 to 2 inches of rainfall could occur with
locally higher amounts possible.

This heavy rainfall will create the potential for some flooding
along with the possibility of rock and mud slides. Rises on area
rivers and streams should be expected.

Those living on, or with activities near rivers, creeks, and
poor drainage areas should monitor the weather and forecasts
closely. Be prepared to move to higher ground if heavy rain
develops.

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DAS

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NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TIYAN GU
154 AM ChST Wed Sep 19 2018

...HEAVY RAINFALL POSSIBLE FOR THE MARIANAS OVER THE WEEKEND INTO
EARLY NEXT WEEK...

A DEVELOPING TROPICAL DISTURBANCE AND ITS ASSOCIATED MONSOON TROUGH
WILL GRADUALLY DRIFT WEST-NORTHWESTWARD FOR THE MARIANA ISLANDS OVER
THE WEEKEND. THESE FEATURES WILL GENERATE SHOWERY CONDITIONS WITH
LOCALLY HEAVY DOWNPOURS BEGINNING AS EARLY AS FRIDAY EVENING THROUGH
MONDAY NIGHT. CURRENT MODEL OUTPUT SHOWS RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF UP TO
10 INCHES OVER THE MARIANAS BY MONDAY EVENING...WITH SUBSTANTIALLY
HIGHER AMOUNTS JUST WEST OF THE COASTAL WATERS AS THE DEVELOPING
CIRCULATION SLOWLY MOVES NORTHWARD. IF THE CIRCULATION MAKES A SLIGHT
SHIFT TO THE EAST...IT COULD BRING RAINFALL AMOUNTS IN EXCESS OF 20
INCHES TO THE ISLANDS.

THIS DEVELOPING SITUATION WILL CONTINUE TO BE MONITORED CLOSELY AND
FLOOD WATCHES AND ADVISORIES WILL BE ISSUED WHEN NECESSARY. HEAVY
DOWNPOURS COULD PRODUCE FLOODING IN URBAN AND LOW-LYING AREAS...AND
FLASH FLOODING NEAR RIVERS AND STREAMS.

NOW IS A GOOD TIME TO CLEAR DRAINAGE AREAS AND UN-BLOCK CLOGGED STORM
DRAINS IN YOUR AREA TO MINIMIZE THE CHANCE OF FLOODING. RESIDENTS
LIVING NEAR RIVERS AND STREAMS NEED TO REVIEW PLANS FOR PROTECTING
PROPERTIES.

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KLEESCHULTE

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NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
439 AM CDT Tue Sep 18 2018

...HEAVY RAINFALL LIKELY LATE THIS WEEK...

Showers and thunderstorms are expected to become numerous to
widespread along and behind a cold front Thursday evening
through Friday. A combination of moisture from the Gulf of Mexico
interacting with a tropical connection originating from the
Pacific ocean will result in showers and storms capable of very
intense rainfall with amounts in excess of two inches possible
across parts of central and south central Kansas by Friday
evening. Additional heavy rainfall is possible across south
central and southeast Kansas Friday night into Saturday, which
could push rainfall totals over three inches.

While area rivers and creeks have returned to more normal levels
since the heavier rainfall in early September, additional heavy
rainfall could result in significant rises by Friday or Saturday.

Since this potential heavy rainfall event is still a few days
away, the forecast rain amounts could change. Check later
forecasts and outlooks for updates. If confidence increases on the
likelihood of heavy rainfall, a flood watch may be issued in the
next couple days.

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DARMOFAL

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