Let's just begin with, on the day this story was filmed, the temperature outside at Cuddy Family Park in Anchorage was minus 8 degrees. It was a cold, crisp and clear day. The sun was shining, but it served as a reminder that despite frigid temps, moving your body and getting your heart rate up is important.
Polar bears near Iḷisaġvik College in Utqiaġvik in January 27, 2020. Video from Monica Lugo.
An exhibit at the Anchorage Museum shows the innovated ways people have learned to adapt to snow for transportation, sport and survival.
While under mostly cloudy skies Tuesday in Anchorage we will see a high near 13 degrees.
It's another cold day but Southcentral will see a bit of a warm up over the next few days.
The residents of the Forest Park trailer park in Chugiak are dealing with streets and parking areas covered with ice from an overflowing creek.