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    Kicking off April with mild temperatures

    by Melissa Frey on Apr 02, 10:31

    The high temperature in Anchorage on Saturday, April 1, was 43 degrees. That was the warmest Anchorage had been since Feb. 14. Despite the rapidly melting snow around town, the official snow depth near the Airport is still at 26 inches. That is the second-highest snow depth ever recorded in April. The highest was 30 […]

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    Multiple winter storms will bring snow and wind to Alaska this week

    by Melissa Frey on Dec 27, 11:36

    Southcentral: Multiple chances for snow A front moving in from the west will bring light snow showers to southcentral Alaska late Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. Snowfall of 1 to 3 inches is likely for Anchorage, the Mat-Su, Turnagain Arm and Portage Valley. Dry and sunny weather is likely Wednesday afternoon and evening before a second […]

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    Gulf storm will bring heavy wind, rain to southcentral Alaska Tuesday evening

    by KTVA Weather on Sep 20, 10:10

    Updated at 7:05 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 20 Following sunny and warm weather Sunday and Monday, a storm system is expected to deliver high winds and heavy rain to southcentral Alaska Tuesday night through Wednesday. Winds in the Anchorage area were increasing Tuesday afternoon. Residents in the affected areas should be prepared for possible power […]

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    Last 70-degree day of 2016? This weekend may be summer’s last hurrah.

    by Melissa Frey on Aug 26, 17:25

    The warmest weekend this month is underway across Southcentral Alaska. Many locations in the Matanuska-Susitna area and places across the Kenai Peninsula reached the mid-70s Friday. The high temperature in Anchorage will be flirting with 70 degrees both Saturday and Sunday. Mostly sunny skies and dry conditions are also expected across Southcentral. Anchorage typically records […]