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While Most of Alaska Stays Dry, Southcentral Gears Up for More Snow
An upper trough is digging in over the state. It will settle into Southwest Alaska tonight, then remain stationary through Friday. At the surface, a broad low complex will bring warmer air and snow showers across the coastal regions along the Gulf of Alaska. The ingredients are there for a return to more seasonable temperatures and snow through the week. However, snow is not expected to be heavy, as limited moisture will not support it.
By: Mitch Sego
March 13, 2012