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Channel 2 WeatherWell, well, what have we here? A disappointing early spring perhaps? It just so happens that many are frustrated with what's been happening lately, but at least the gravel is getting picked up. Record snowfall in the winter of 2011-2012 was followed...
This July is threatening to be one of the coldest on record for Anchorage. The National Weather Service says that, as of Sunday, this month ranked as the second coldest July for Alaska's largest city, with an average temperature of 54.6 degrees. That's...
Friday was the last day for fans of M.A’s hotdog stand in downtown Anchorage to enjoy the tastes of summer. Mike Anderson closed his business for the season. “People don’t embrace seasons,” said Anderson. “Mentally,...
Channel 2 WeatherA robust low pressure center is spiraling into the northern Gulf of Alaska, bringing strong winds with it into the afternoon. Winds will reach 60 mph with higher gusts in the southern Panhandle and will likely top out near 50 mph around Palmer and west...
Channel 2 WeatherHere's the latest on the Western Alaska storm system: Coastal Flood Warnings remain in effect for nearly all of the West Coast, from the Yukon Delta to Cape Lisburne. The warnings are in effect into the afternoon and evening hours. The most...
Channel 2 WeatherYet another potent storm system is clobbering Southwest Alaska. Coastal flooding, minor erosion, blizzard conditions, and heavy snow are all threats with this storm. Expect deteriorating conditions throughout the day in Southcentral as snow becomes...
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Channel 2 WeatherLow pressure is centered over the northern Gulf. Showers ahead of it in Southeast are wrapping around the low into Southcentral Tuesday morning. The threat for snow, some of it moderate to heavy, will continue Tuesday for Prince William Sound and areas of...
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A dense fog advisory is in effect for Anchorage, Eagle River and Indian until noon Monday, with visibility possibly reduced to a quarter-mile or less at times. Authorities advise drivers to take it slow, use headlights and leave plenty of space ahead...
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KTUU.comThe storm that delayed the Iron Dog race Thursday morning is headed east along the same path the racers will take, but it should reach Fairbanks before they do, according to the National Weather Service. There are two main factors affecting the course...
Tags: Weather, Alaska, Weather Warnings, Weather Reports, Snow Storms
At the northern fringe of the boreal forest, in a valley silent except for the occasional rumble of a truck on the Dalton Highway, an Alaska milestone came and went on January 23, 2011. That date was the fortieth anniversary of Alaska’s all-time...
Tags: Weather, Bodies of Water, Fairbanks, Alaska, Charles Manson
University of Alaska Fairbanks Geophysical InstituteGreenup -- the great, silent collective explosion of freed tree buds that had been frozen all winter like a clenched fist -- happened last week in Interior Alaska. I know this because it’s a phenomenon that’s easy to notice here in Fairbanks,...
Tags: Human Body, Anchorage, Fairbanks, Education, West Ridge
KTUU.comThe National Transportation Safety Board approved a final report Tuesday that cited pilot Terry Smith’s “temporary unresponsiveness” as the probable cause of an Aug. 9 plane crash near Dillingham that killed former Sen. Ted Stevens, as...
Tags: NASA, Washington, DC, Stress, Lifestyle and Leisure, Hypothermia
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