Coastal Hancock

Statement as of 7:22 PM EDT on April 15, 2014

Areal Flood Watch


... Flood Watch remains in effect through Wednesday evening...

The Flood Watch continues for

* portions of east central Maine... north central Maine...
northern Maine... southeast Maine and west central Maine...
including the following areas... in east central Maine...
central Penobscot... northern Penobscot and southern Penobscot.
In north central Maine... central Piscataquis... northern
Piscataquis and southern Piscataquis. In northern Maine...
northeast Aroostook... Northwest Aroostook and southeast
Aroostook. In southeast Maine... central Washington... coastal
Hancock... coastal Washington... interior Hancock and northern
Washington. In west central Maine... northern Somerset.

* Through Wednesday evening

* mild temperatures continue to produce significant snow melt
across the region which has resulted in many reports of flooded
roads from water overflowing farm fields and pooling on the roads.
Ice is also moving on area rivers and streams which could jam
and produce flooding. An approaching cold front will also bring
the threat of moderate to heavy rain to the region this evening
into tonight with continued mild temperatures and snow melt in
advance of the front. The threat of ice jam flooding will
persist through Wednesday while river levels continue to rise
and ice movement continues.

* Flooding can rapidly develop in the vicinity of ice jams.
Those with interests along rivers and streams should remain
alert for ice jams and possible flooding.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A Flood Watch means there is a potential for flooding based on
current forecasts.

You should monitor later forecasts and be alert for possible
flood warnings. Those living in areas prone to flooding should be
prepared to take action should flooding develop.




Statement as of 9:25 PM EDT on April 15, 2014

Wind Advisory


... Wind Advisory remains in effect until 4 am EDT Wednesday...

* winds... south 20 to 30 mph with gusts to 40 mph.

* Timing... through the overnight.

* Impacts... low impact. Winds will cause a few tree limbs to
snap with scattered power outages possible. Expect some
difficulty driving high profile vehicles.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

Secure loose objects. Be cautious if driving a high profile
vehicle. In case of power outages... make sure flashlights have
working batteries.




Public Information Statement

Statement as of 10:30 PM EDT on April 15, 2014



... Latest rainfall reports...

Location amount time/date lat/Lon

... Maine...

... Aroostook...
Knowles Corner - mcoop 0.61 in 0945 PM 04/15 46.21n/68.31w
Dickey 0.49 in 1000 PM 04/15 47.11n/69.09w
4 E New Sweden 0.40 in 1015 PM 04/15 46.96n/68.03w
5 se Grand Isle 0.37 in 1001 PM 04/15 47.24n/68.10w
Caribou 0.36 in 1026 PM 04/15 45/87n/68.01w
Fox brook 0.30 in 0940 PM 04/15 46.81n/68.84w
Frenchville Airport 0.26 in 1026 PM 04/15 47.28n/68.31w
1 ENE Presque Isle 0.28 in 1002 PM 04/15 46.69n/67.99w
1 NW Presque Isle 0.25 in 1012 PM 04/15 46.70n/68.03w
Houlton International Airport 0.25 in 1026 PM 04/15 46.12n/67.79w
2 W Saint Agatha 0.24 in 1015 PM 04/15 47.25n/68.35w
Eagle Lake 0.22 in 0945 PM 04/15 47.04n/68.57w
1 W Littleton 0.21 in 1000 PM 04/15 46.23n/67.88w
1 SSE Fort Kent 0.19 in 1012 PM 04/15 47.25n/68.58w
Oxbow - mcoop 0.19 in 0945 PM 04/15 46.43n/68.55w


... Hancock...
3 W Bar Harbor 0.52 in 0958 PM 04/15 44.38n/68.26w
2 W Cranberry Isles 0.48 in 1014 PM 04/15 44.25n/68.29w
2 E Surry 0.40 in 1001 PM 04/15 44.49n/68.46w
1 SW Surry 0.30 in 1014 PM 04/15 44.49n/68.51w
Blue Hill 0.30 in 1003 PM 04/15 44.41n/68.57w
Sedgwick Ridge 0.30 in 1008 PM 04/15 44.36n/68.61w
4 SSE Clifton 0.25 in 1009 PM 04/15 44.76n/68.49w
Blue Hill 0.20 in 1002 PM 04/15 44.42n/68.58w
Brooklin 0.20 in 1009 PM 04/15 44.27n/68.57w

... Penobscot...
Millinocket Municipal Airport 0.49 in 1026 PM 04/15 45.65n/68.69w
6 NNW Millinocket 0.46 in 0945 PM 04/15 45.74n/68.73w
Patten 0.44 in 0945 PM 04/15 46.03n/68.50w
1 E Detroit 0.36 in 1013 PM 04/15 44.80n/69.26w
Bangor International Airport 0.18 in 1026 PM 04/15

... Piscataquis...
Kingsbury 0.97 in 0945 PM 04/15 45.12n/69.65w
Shirley 0.94 in 0945 PM 04/15 45.37n/69.62w
2 SSW Lily Bay 0.88 in 1015 PM 04/15 45.56n/69.57w
2 ENE Sangerville 0.76 in 0930 PM 04/15 45.18n/69.32w
Kokadjo - mcoop 0.57 in 0945 PM 04/15 45.67n/69.45w
Greenville Municipal Airport a 0.49 in 0756 PM 04/15 45.46n/69.55w
ripogenus dam - mcoop 0.43 in 0940 PM 04/15 45.88n/69.18w

... Somerset...
4 ENE Baker Lake 0.20 in 0915 PM 04/15 46.30n/69.85w

... Washington...
2 NW Addison 0.65 in 1012 PM 04/15 45.12n/67.50w
Machias 0.43 in 0948 PM 04/15 44.71n/67.46w
2 ESE Princeton 0.41 in 1012 PM 04/15 45.21n/67.54w
Cooper 0.41 in 1003 PM 04/15 44.95n/67.44w
Jonesboro - mcoop 0.39 in 0945 PM 04/15 44.65n/67.65w
5 S Calais 0.35 in 0919 PM 04/15 45.11n/67.28w
1 SW East Machias 0.31 in 1010 PM 04/15 44.72n/67.40w

Observations are collected from a variety of sources with varying
equipment and exposure. Not all data listed are considered official.



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