Peak wind gusts and rainfall from storm

Anchorage Daily News / adn.comSeptember 16, 2012 

The National Weather Service issued this statement Sunday afternoon with peak wind gusts and rainfall amounts as of noon Sunday:

HERE IS THE MOST RECENT RAINFALL AND PEAK GUSTS INFORMATION FOR THE CURRENT STORM MOVING ACROSS SOUTHCENTRAL ALASKA.

STORM TOTAL RAINFALL FOR SELECT AREAS THROUGH NOON SUNDAY:

KENAI PENINSULA:

SEWARD 2.8 IN

KENAI LAKE 2.8 IN

WESTERN KENAI PEN. 1-2 IN

PORTAGE 5.7 IN

GIRDWOOD 2.2 IN

ANCHORAGE:

NWS OFFICE 0.5 IN

ANC BOWL 0.5-1.0 IN

HILLSIDE 1.5 IN

EAGLE RIVER 0.5-1.0 IN

PALMER/WASILLA 0.1-0.3 IN

EASTERN SUSITNA VALLEY 1.0-1.5 IN

VALDEZ 3.9 IN

CORDOVA AIRPORT 4.5 IN

CORDOVA WATER TREATMENT PLANT 8-9 IN

UNOFFICIAL PEAK WIND GUSTS FROM ACROSS THE REGION:

THESE VALUES ARE FROM PUBLIC SENSORS, NWS AND OTHER AGENCY EQUIPMENT.

GREATER ANCHORAGE:

PARADISE VALLEY 77 MPH AT 8 AM

GLEN ALPS 91 MPH AT MIDNIGHT, 112 MPH AT 2:30 AM, 106 MPH AT 8 AM

BEAR VALLEY 120 MPH ~2 AM, 101 MPH 9 AM

TED STEVENS AIRPORT 43 MPH 1 PM

EAGLE RIVER (ERPA2) 43 MPH

KENAI PENINSULA:

HARDING ICEFIELD 96 MPH

WHITTIER TUNNEL ACCESS 90 MPH

PORTAGE (ASOS) 70 MPH

MAT-SU VALLEY:

PALMER AIRPORT 56 MPH

WASILLA AIRPORT 32 MPH

GULF COAST:

CORDOVA AIRPORT 38 MPH

CORDOVA BOAT HARBOR 70 MPH

BUOY 46060 (ORCA-PWS) 60 MPH

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