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Barry Continues to Weaken and Move Northward; Heavy Rainfall and Flooding Still a Threat

Barry continues to steadily weaken as it moves northward across the Mississippi Valley. Despite the weakening, the system continues to produce very heavy rainfall across this region, with the threat for significant flash flooding in some areas. In Barry's wake, a widespread heat wave is forecast to develop across the Central and Eastern states by mid to late week. Read More >

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Elevated Water Levels on Rivers and Streams

Published 2019-07-07

Elevated water levels on rivers and streams

All-time high temperature records were set throughout southern Alaska. Check them out!

Published 2019-07-05

Check out the Anchorage International Airport Climate round-up for June 2019!

Published 2019-07-01

A Dense Smoke Advisory has been issued for the interior Kenai Peninsula as well as from the Sterling Hwy Junction south to Seward

Published 2019-07-01

Smoke expected to increase in Anchorage and Matanuska Valley over the weekend

Published 2019-06-29

Smoky conditions are expected to continue around Southcentral through the weekend. For more information on air quality, visit http://dec.alaska.gov/Applications/Air/airtoolsweb/Aq/

Dense smoke along the Sterling and Seward Highways

Published 2019-06-26

A dense smoke advisory is in effect for the Kenai Peninsula and could last into the weekend due to the Swan Lake Fire. Visibility can quickly drop to nearly zero in a very short time.

STRONG THUNDERSTORM OVER THE GLENN HIGHWAY NEAR CHICKALOON

Published 2019-06-24

EXPECT HIGH WATER AND POTENTIAL BANK EROSION ALONG STREAMS OF THE MATANUSKA VALLEY AND HIGH WATER ALONG STREAMS OF THE SUSITNA VALLEY

Published 2019-06-22

Anchorage International Climate Highlights for May 2019

Published 2019-06-21

Report any hail, damaging winds, heavy rain or flooding by clicking HERE!

Published 2019-06-04