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MODERN AIRPORT ARFF FIRE FIGHTING APPARATUS By M. A. Nolan Sr.

ARFF Working Group - Fri, 01/25/2019 - 14:25

This is not going to be a long article. However, this article will cover a subject that is all too familiar to the Aircraft Rescue Firefighter.

Those of us who have been around Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting at airports, including those of us who are retired, but can’t seem to stay away, have seen a lot of changes to the ARFF apparatus over the 50 plus years. Gone are the day of Oshkosh MB-5 and Biederman MB-1 ARFF apparatus that carried a crew of four to six personnel, a driver, turret operator(s), handline men and rescuemen.

Today’s ARFF Fire Fighting apparatus, E-ONE Titan, Oshkosh Striker and Rosenbauer Panther, have more bells, whistles, sirens, and gadgets than Carter’s got liver pills. However, the apparatus manning has been reduced primarily in part due to the enhanced engineering and scientific improvements that have been incorporated into the ARFF apparatus.

At airports today, passenger planes loaded with 300 plus passengers, increased aviation fuel loads and more, have demanded Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting meet firefighting requirements with an apparatus that will handle the worst catastrophic event. However, as I mentioned before, the reduction in ARFF apparatus manpower with the modernization of ARFF apparatus have placed more responsibility on the Aircraft Rescue Firefighter with a vast array of functions incorporated into an ARFF Fire Fighting apparatus. Which brings us to the firefighter this article is about, specifically, the ARFF Apparatus Driver/Operator.

The ARFF Fire Fighting Apparatus Driver/Operator operates the turret and bumper nozzle(s), under response stress conditions, while simultaneously positioning the ARFF apparatus to attack the fire, avoiding aircraft crash debris and crash victims on the ground. Under less than optimum conditions at night or reduced weather conditions, the risk greatly increases. Under response stress, ground objects and passenger victim(s) on the ground could be missed, and have been missed, because the apparatus driver/operator can be tunnel focused on the immediate danger, fire. The driver/operator is performing under a workload involving too many tasks.

Airport Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting Department apparatus driver/operator firefighting duties and responsibilities, operating the turret, bumper nozzles need to be reassigned to an ARFF Fire Fighting Apparatus Turret/Bumper Nozzle Operator who can concentrate on aircraft firefighting. Not the ARFF apparatus driver.

Furthermore, if the ARFF apparatus driver/operator is operating the turret and bumper nozzle(s), who is operating the ARFF apparatus instrument panel controls to nurse and replenish the agent and water tanks? Shutting down when the agent and water have depleted, approximately 2 minutes, to nurse the apparatus is not the best option. Aircraft involved in a crash are still burning after two minutes in some cases.

IFSTA and NFPA standards need to be rewritten to remove the ARFF driver/operator qualification, duties, responsibilities for operating the ARFF apparatus turret and bumper nozzle(s).

Revise the IFSTA and NFPA manual(s) to assign ARFF Apparatus Fire Fighting Turret/Bumper Nozzle(s) duties and responsibilities, currently assigned to the ARFF Apparatus Driver/Operator, to an ARFF Apparatus Turret/Bumper Nozzle(s) Operator.

Because of past incidents involving crash victims being run over by an ARFF apparatus, airport ARFF departments might want to consider position a communication equipped advance firefighter ahead of the apparatus to alert the ARFF Apparatus Driver of ground victims and crash debris in the vicinity. An advance firefighter can request assistance to move the victim(s) to the triage area via communications, thereby allowing the driver/operator to advance on the fire/crash site safely.

Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting techniques and operations need to continuously improve to protect firefighters and those whose lives depend on firefighters.

 

About the Author:  M. A. Nolan Sr. is a retired Aircraft Fire Fighter, ARFF Apparatus Driver and Aircraft Fire Fighting Instructor who’s work assignments included:  ARFF Firefighter, Rescueman and Apparatus Driver at Naval Air Facility, Naples, Italy;  ARFF Fire Fighting Section Leader (Military equivalent of ARFF Crash Captain) Naval Air Station, Cecil Field, Florida;  ARFF Fire Fighting Section Leader (Military equivalent of ARFF Crash Captain) Naval Air Station, Moffett Field, California;  Aircraft Fire fighting Instructor, Naval Training Center, Mayport, Florida.  In between assignments to the ARFF units I mentioned, Mike has worked on the flight deck of five aircraft carriers, USS Intrepid, Randolph, Coral Sea, Ranger and Saratoga during his twenty-two-year military career. He has fought several aircraft crash fires on the carriers as well as naval installations.

 

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Flood Warning issued January 25 at 3:24PM EST until January 25 at 11:51PM EST by NWS

Weather Alerts - Fri, 01/25/2019 - 14:24
...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in New Hampshire Pemigewasset River At Plymouth affecting Grafton County Suncook River At North Chichester affecting Merrimack County ...Flood warning extended until this evening... The flood warning continues for Flood Warning 2019-01-25T15:24:00-05:00 2019-01-25T23:51:00-05:00 Actual Alert Met Expected Moderate Likely Grafton 43.83,-71.7 43.83,-71.62 43.62,-71.6 43.62,-71.73 43.83,-71.7 FIPS6 033009 UGC NHC009 VTEC /O.EXT.KGYX.FL.W.0003.000000T0000Z-190126T0451Z/ /PLMN3.1.ER.190125T0355Z.190125T1116Z.190125T2051Z.NO/
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Flood Warning issued January 25 at 3:24PM EST until January 26 at 9:00AM EST by NWS

Weather Alerts - Fri, 01/25/2019 - 14:24
...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in New Hampshire Pemigewasset River At Plymouth affecting Grafton County Suncook River At North Chichester affecting Merrimack County ...Flood warning extended until Saturday morning... The flood warning continues for Flood Warning 2019-01-25T15:24:00-05:00 2019-01-26T09:00:00-05:00 Actual Alert Met Expected Moderate Likely Merrimack 43.41,-71.31 43.36,-71.18 43.09,-71.42 43.16,-71.52 43.41,-71.31 FIPS6 033013 UGC NHC013 VTEC /O.EXT.KGYX.FL.W.0002.000000T0000Z-190126T1400Z/ /NCHN3.1.ER.190125T0138Z.190125T0945Z.190126T0800Z.NO/
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SHOT Show 2019: A second look at the Sig Sauer P365 pistol

Police One - Fri, 01/25/2019 - 14:18

Author: Mike Wood

Readers of this column may remember that industry giant Sig Sauer launched the P365 pistol at last year’s Shooting, Hunting, and Outdoor Trades (SHOT) Show. The tiny pistol made a big splash, and was one of the most eagerly received products to come out of SHOT Show 2018. I got a chance to handle it then, but didn't actually get a chance to shoot it until this past week at the 2019 Sig Sauer Media Day.

It was worth the wait.

What's the big deal?

Those who follow the market know that the P365’s most notable feature is its ability to stuff 10 rounds of 9mm in a size and weight format that would generally dictate something like a 6-7 round magazine.

There aren't any accepted standards in the industry for classifying the various sizes of guns, but it's clear from the start that the P365 sits on the smaller end of the scale. SIG calls the P365 a “micro-compact,” which is a fair description, but one that conjures an image in my brain of a pistol that’s been shrunk past the point of diminishing returns. You know the type – the gun that’s small enough to be camouflaged in a pack of cigarettes, and technically counts as a gun, but doesn't give you much capability beyond arm’s length.

That’s not a good description of the P365. The P365 is small and flat, but doesn't force you to take a one-finger grip or make the kinds of concessions that generally restrict a gun’s envelope to a phone booth fight. The P365 is a subcompact along the lines of the competing S&W Shield or Glock 43, but manages to best them in overall dimensions while carrying a bigger payload – up to 4 rounds, with its flush-fitting magazine (or more with the extended 12-round magazines from SIG).

Not just about size

That's important, and an impressive accomplishment that shouldn't be ignored, but I think the more interesting aspect of the P365 is the way it shoots. Simply put, a gun this size shouldn't handle this well.

The P365 magazine starts as a near-double column at its base, and quickly tapers to a single column tube. The grip frame of the P365 follows this same profile, with the base of the frame starting out about an inch wide, and tapering at the neck, under the slide, with well-planned recesses on the sides giving way to the trigger and magazine button.

The combination produces an unexpected result when firing the gun. In most guns of this size, the narrow grip tends to squirm in my grasp under recoil, but the P365 doesn't. It's possible that the low bore axis (accomplished by putting the trigger return spring on its side, so that it acts in a plane that's parallel to the ground, instead of perpendicular to it), the trigger guard undercut, and the well-designed beavertail play a part in this, but I think the profile of the grip is the key to making this little gun behave like one several times the size.

You wouldn't want to shoot most guns in this size and weight class for an extended session, but you could do it and still enjoy it with the P365. The XRAY3 sights provide an excellent picture that won't make your eyes strain to pick them up. The trigger is just plain excellent – light, smooth and short, with a positive reset – and the gun shoots flat and doesn't jump around under recoil. You could honestly be deceived into thinking you were shooting a duty pistol with a great trigger. In fact, SIG’s Pistol Product Manager – champion shooter Phil Strader – raced the gun against competitors with full-size guns at the national matches, and wasn't disappointed in the results.

One thing that pleased me was the absence of premature slide-locking with this pistol. On some smaller guns (or even on some duty-sized ones), the slide lock lever can be accidentally tripped under recoil when a thumb brushes against it, which can cause an unexpected stoppage. I didn't experience this with the P365, despite the combination of large hands on a small gun. I suspect the designers spent a lot of energy on determining the right spot for the slide lock on the P365.

Cop-friendly options

New for 2019, SIG is offering a model of the P365 outfitted with an ambidextrous manual thumb safety. This additional feature is a valuable option for a backup gun that might be carried in a soft-sided holster located in a pocket, on an ankle, or on your armor. The short travel and light weight of the P365’s trigger make it easy to shoot, but those qualities also increase the risk of an unintended discharge when the gun is not carried in a hard-sided holster. The new manual safety model will enhance the safe carriage of the P365, and is worthy of a cop’s consideration, depending on the planned carry mode.

Officers might also consider the new SIG FOXTROT365 tactical light and LIMA365 Red laser sight attachments for the P365, which secure to the pistol via its equipment rail. These accessories are activated by normal firing grip pressure via a switch on the front strap, under the trigger guard. Just grasp the pistol, and your laser or tactical light are automatically illuminated without fumbling for a separate switch.

Don't believe everything you read

It's important to note that the maiden voyage of the P365 was a little rough at first. SIG made changes in design, production methods and quality controls to tackle and fix the issues, but the internet can take on a life of its own and sometimes outdated information never gets replaced with new information. Additionally, some minor things – like an unfounded concern over primer drag resulting in decreased striker life – can be exaggerated and cause unnecessary worry.

Sadly, some of these things have put a bit of a dark cloud over the P365 in corners of the internet that don't get a lot of light.

Did the first P365 pistols have some issues with springs and things? Yes, they did, but SIG acted quickly to correct these problems and has upgraded the pistol over the last year in response to customer feedback.

Does the P365 exhibit primer drag? Yes, it does, just like so many other semiauto pistols. The P365 unlocks early during the recoil process, and sometimes the tip of the striker will drag on the primer and cause a mark, but the hardened steel striker is much tougher than the primer or the brass cartridge head, and there's no evidence to indicate that the P365 striker is negatively affected by this. To put things in perspective, SIG reports that returns for broken strikers peaked at a mere .08 percent (.0008) of the total P365 output early on, and the number has continued to steadily decline as production numbers have climbed. This was never a significant concern, despite what the internet hype would have you believe, and things have only improved since the false alarm was sounded. In the end, concerns about primer drag and P365 striker life have been much ado about nothing.

It's disappointing when we encounter teething problems with a new design, but I’ve seen it happen with every make and model over the years – from revolvers to autos, big names to small. It even happens with cars, smartphones and airplanes.

Yes, airplanes.

I’ve known and worked with Phil Strader for a while – well before he was hired by SIG – and he has always been honest with me. Phil tells me that today's P365 is a debugged and reliable platform, and I have no reason to doubt him. SIG has been hard at work and is producing the most durable and reliable P365 to date, so don't let the “errornet” turn you off about this great little gun.

Lots to like here

If you're looking for a capable and compact autopistol in a fighting caliber, I encourage you to pick up this gun and feel how great it feels in your hand. Shoot it and see how tame it is with duty ammunition, how easy it is to hit with, and how reliable it is with quality, brass-cased ammo like the P365 FMJ and P365 JHP loads that SIG tailored especially for this gun.

I think you’ll be as impressed as I was with the gun, and will quickly recognize it's an excellent option for backup or off-duty use.

Be safe out there.


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Off-Duty Maryland Deputy Found Dead Inside Vehicle

Officer.com - Fri, 01/25/2019 - 14:16
Charles County Cpl. Patrick “P.J.” Mann was found dead inside his personal vehicle Thursday night after it ran off the road in the area of Route 210 in Accokeek in Prince George’s County.
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Flood Warning issued January 25 at 2:16PM CST until further notice by NWS

Weather Alerts - Fri, 01/25/2019 - 14:16
The flood warning continues for the Ouachita River At Felsenthal Lock and Dam. * until further notice...or until the warning is cancelled. * At 1:30 PM Friday The stage was 76.7 feet. * Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast. * Flood stage is 70.0 feet. Flood Warning 2019-01-25T14:16:00-06:00 2019-01-26T14:16:00-06:00 Actual Alert Met Expected Moderate Likely Ashley; Union 33,-92.1 33.11,-92.23 33.22,-92.12 33.07,-92.11 33,-92.05 33,-92.1 FIPS6 005003 005139 UGC ARC003 ARC139 VTEC /O.CON.KSHV.FL.W.0147.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/ /FELA4.1.ER.181214T0537Z.190115T1045Z.000000T0000Z.NO/
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Winter Weather Advisory issued January 25 at 3:16PM EST until January 25 at 7:00PM EST by NWS

Weather Alerts - Fri, 01/25/2019 - 14:16
...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 7 PM EST THIS EVENING... * WHAT...Lake effect snow. Additional snow accumulations of up to one inch are expected. * WHERE...Emmet, Cheboygan, Presque Isle and Montmorency Counties. Winter Weather Advisory 2019-01-25T15:16:00-05:00 2019-01-25T19:00:00-05:00 Actual Alert Met Expected Minor Likely Cheboygan; Emmet; Montmorency; Presque Isle FIPS6 026031 026047 026119 026141 UGC MIZ016 MIZ017 MIZ018 MIZ023 VTEC /O.CON.KAPX.WW.Y.0005.000000T0000Z-190126T0000Z/
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Winter Weather Advisory issued January 25 at 3:16PM EST until January 25 at 7:00PM EST by NWS

Weather Alerts - Fri, 01/25/2019 - 14:16
...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 7 PM EST THIS EVENING... * WHAT...Lake effect snow. Additional snow accumulations of up to one inch are expected. * WHERE...Portions of Northern Lower Michigan. * WHEN...Until 7 PM EST this evening. Winter Weather Advisory 2019-01-25T15:16:00-05:00 2019-01-25T19:00:00-05:00 Actual Alert Met Expected Minor Likely Benzie; Crawford; Grand Traverse; Kalkaska; Leelanau; Manistee; Missaukee; Wexford FIPS6 026019 026039 026055 026079 026089 026101 026113 026165 UGC MIZ020 MIZ025 MIZ026 MIZ027 MIZ028 MIZ031 MIZ032 MIZ033 VTEC /O.CON.KAPX.WW.Y.0005.000000T0000Z-190126T0000Z/
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Winter Weather Advisory issued January 25 at 3:16PM EST until January 26 at 1:00AM EST by NWS

Weather Alerts - Fri, 01/25/2019 - 14:16
...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY NOW IN EFFECT UNTIL 1 AM EST SATURDAY... * WHAT...Lake effect snow. Additional snow accumulations of 1 to 3 inches are expected. * WHERE...Charlevoix, Antrim and Otsego Counties. * WHEN...Until 1 AM EST Saturday. Winter Weather Advisory 2019-01-25T15:16:00-05:00 2019-01-26T01:00:00-05:00 Actual Alert Met Expected Minor Likely Antrim; Charlevoix; Otsego FIPS6 026009 026029 026137 UGC MIZ019 MIZ021 MIZ022 VTEC /O.EXT.KAPX.WW.Y.0005.000000T0000Z-190126T0600Z/
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Wind Chill Advisory issued January 25 at 3:16PM EST until January 26 at 11:00AM EST by NWS

Weather Alerts - Fri, 01/25/2019 - 14:16
...WIND CHILL ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 7 PM THIS EVENING TO 11 AM EST SATURDAY... * WHAT...Dangerously cold wind chills expected. Expect wind chills as low as 25 below zero, with the coldest readings occurring early Saturday morning. * WHERE...Mackinac County. Wind Chill Advisory 2019-01-25T15:16:00-05:00 2019-01-26T11:00:00-05:00 Actual Alert Met Expected Minor Likely Mackinac FIPS6 026097 UGC MIZ015 VTEC /O.NEW.KAPX.WC.Y.0003.190126T0000Z-190126T1600Z/
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Winter Weather Advisory issued January 25 at 3:16PM EST until January 26 at 11:00AM EST by NWS

Weather Alerts - Fri, 01/25/2019 - 14:16
...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY NOW IN EFFECT UNTIL 11 AM EST SATURDAY... * WHAT...Lake effect snow and dangerously cold wind chills. Additional snow accumulations of up to three inches are expected, with the heaviest amounts near Whitefish Point and Paradise. In addition, expect wind chills as low as 25 below Winter Weather Advisory 2019-01-25T15:16:00-05:00 2019-01-26T11:00:00-05:00 Actual Alert Met Expected Minor Likely Chippewa FIPS6 026033 UGC MIZ008 VTEC /O.EXT.KAPX.WW.Y.0005.000000T0000Z-190126T1600Z/
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Trump Announces 3-Week Gov’t Funding Deal Without Wall Funding

Media - KXAS NBC5 DFW - Fri, 01/25/2019 - 14:14


President Donald Trump announced Friday that he had agreed to a deal that would reopen the government for three weeks, without funding for his proposed border wall. But Trump indicated that he might be...

12101 Dessau Rd - Crash Service

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Freeze Warning issued January 25 at 3:13PM EST until January 26 at 9:00AM EST by NWS

Weather Alerts - Fri, 01/25/2019 - 14:13
...FREEZE WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 3 AM TO 9 AM EST SATURDAY... The National Weather Service in Jacksonville has issued a Freeze Warning, which is in effect from 3 AM to 9 AM EST Saturday. The Freeze Watch is no longer in effect. * TEMPERATURES...As low as 29. * TIMING...3 to 5 hours of subfreezing temperatures around Freeze Warning 2019-01-25T15:13:00-05:00 2019-01-26T09:00:00-05:00 Actual Alert Met Expected Moderate Likely Baker; Columbia; Hamilton; Inland Nassau; Suwannee FIPS6 012003 012023 012047 012089 012121 UGC FLZ020 FLZ021 FLZ022 FLZ023 FLZ024 VTEC /O.UPG.KJAX.FZ.A.0001.190126T0800Z-190126T1400Z/ /O.NEW.KJAX.FZ.W.0004.190126T0800Z-190126T1400Z/
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Freeze Warning issued January 25 at 3:13PM EST until January 26 at 9:00AM EST by NWS

Weather Alerts - Fri, 01/25/2019 - 14:13
...FREEZE WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 3 AM TO 9 AM EST SATURDAY... The National Weather Service in Jacksonville has issued a Freeze Warning, which is in effect from 3 AM to 9 AM EST Saturday. * TEMPERATURES...As low as 31. * TIMING...2 to 4 hours of subfreezing temperatures around sunrise Saturday morning. Freeze Warning 2019-01-25T15:13:00-05:00 2019-01-26T09:00:00-05:00 Actual Alert Met Expected Moderate Likely Inland Duval; Union FIPS6 012031 012125 UGC FLZ025 FLZ030 VTEC /O.NEW.KJAX.FZ.W.0004.190126T0800Z-190126T1400Z/
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Freeze Warning issued January 25 at 3:13PM EST until January 26 at 9:00AM EST by NWS

Weather Alerts - Fri, 01/25/2019 - 14:13
...FREEZE WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 3 AM TO 9 AM EST SATURDAY... The National Weather Service in Jacksonville has issued a Freeze Warning, which is in effect from 3 AM to 9 AM EST Saturday. The Freeze Watch is no longer in effect. * TEMPERATURES...As low as 29. * TIMING...3 to 5 hours of subfreezing temperatures around Freeze Warning 2019-01-25T15:13:00-05:00 2019-01-26T09:00:00-05:00 Actual Alert Met Expected Moderate Likely Appling; Atkinson; Bacon; Brantley; Charlton; Clinch; Coffee; Echols; Inland Camden; Inland Glynn; Jeff Davis; Pierce; Ware; Wayne FIPS6 013001 013003 013005 013025 013039 013049 013065 013069 013101 013127 013161 013229 013299 013305 UGC GAZ132 GAZ133 GAZ134 GAZ135 GAZ136 GAZ149 GAZ150 GAZ151 GAZ152 GAZ153 GAZ162 GAZ163 GAZ164 GAZ165 VTEC /O.UPG.KJAX.FZ.A.0001.190126T0800Z-190126T1400Z/ /O.NEW.KJAX.FZ.W.0004.190126T0800Z-190126T1400Z/
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Governor Roselló Meets with FEMA Officials

FEMA - Photos - Fri, 01/25/2019 - 14:12

Guaynabo, Puerto Rico, January 23, 2018 - Gov. Ricardo Rosselló meets with Federal Coordinating Officer, Mike Byrne and Deputy Federal Coordinating Officer, Justo Hernández, at the Puerto Rico Joint Recovery Office on Wednesday to discuss hurricane María recovery efforts. Despite the lapse in appropriations, FEMA staff continues to provide assistance to impacted survivors and the territory. We remain committed to assisting survivors before, during and after disasters. FEMA/Eduardo Martínez.

Winter Weather Advisory issued January 25 at 3:09PM EST until January 26 at 6:00AM EST by NWS

Weather Alerts - Fri, 01/25/2019 - 14:09
...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 6 AM EST SATURDAY... * WHAT...Lake effect snow expected. Additional snow accumulations of up to 4 inches expected. Winds gusting as high as 35 mph. * WHERE...Northern Herkimer and Hamilton Counties. * WHEN...Through 6 AM EST Saturday. A band of lake effect snow Winter Weather Advisory 2019-01-25T15:09:00-05:00 2019-01-26T06:00:00-05:00 Actual Alert Met Expected Minor Likely Hamilton; Northern Herkimer FIPS6 036041 036043 UGC NYZ032 NYZ033 VTEC /O.CON.KALY.WW.Y.0008.000000T0000Z-190126T1100Z/
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Special Weather Statement issued January 25 at 3:08PM EST by NWS

Weather Alerts - Fri, 01/25/2019 - 14:08
..Dangerous Winter Conditions Expected through Thursday of Next Week... Very cold Arctic air will persist across Upper Michigan through the middle of next week. During this time, two more surges of bitter cold air will sweep across Upper Michigan, one Saturday night and Sunday and the second Tuesday through Thursday. For Special Weather Statement 2019-01-25T15:08:00-05:00 2019-01-26T06:00:00-05:00 Actual Alert Met Expected Minor Observed Alger; Baraga; Delta; Dickinson; Gogebic; Houghton; Iron; Keweenaw; Luce; Marquette; Menominee; Northern Schoolcraft; Ontonagon; Southern Houghton; Southern Schoolcraft FIPS6 026003 026013 026041 026043 026053 026061 026071 026083 026095 026103 026109 026131 026153 UGC MIZ001 MIZ002 MIZ003 MIZ004 MIZ005 MIZ006 MIZ007 MIZ009 MIZ010 MIZ011 MIZ012 MIZ013 MIZ014 MIZ084 MIZ085 VTEC
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Winter Weather Advisory issued January 25 at 11:07AM AKST until January 25 at 6:00PM AKST by NWS

Weather Alerts - Fri, 01/25/2019 - 14:07
...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 6 PM AKST THIS EVENING... * WHAT...Snow occurring. Chance of Freezing Rain. Additional snow accumulations up to 1 inch are expected. Ice accumulation of less than one tenth of an inch. * WHERE...Yukon Delta. Winter Weather Advisory 2019-01-25T11:07:00-09:00 2019-01-25T18:00:00-09:00 Actual Alert Met Expected Minor Likely Yukon Delta FIPS6 002158 UGC AKZ214 VTEC /O.CON.PAFG.WW.Y.0010.000000T0000Z-190126T0300Z/
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