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Anchorage


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NOAK48 PAFC 171759
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Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Anchorage AK
859 AM AKST Sun Nov 17 2019

...Southcentral Snowfall Totals Through 6 AM Sunday...

Anchorage NWS (Official)..............8.4"

Eagle River (Upper Hiland Rd)........12.2"
Hillside (Upper DeArmoun)............10.0"
Meadow Lakes.........................10.0"
West Palmer...........................9.9"
Big Lake..............................9.0"
East Eagle River......................9.0"
Eagle River (Button Circle)...........8.0"
Mountain View.........................7.8"
Government Hill.......................7.0"
New Seward and Tudor..................7.0"
Downtown (3rd and Cordova)............7.0"
Southeast Wasilla.....................6.0"
University Area.......................5.0"

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Juneau


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NOAK47 PAJK 171516
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AKZ017>029-180330-

Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Juneau AK
616 AM AKST Sun Nov 17 2019

...RECORD WARMTH ACROSS SOUTHEAST ALASKA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 16...


Did you think it was a little warm for mid November in Southeast
Alaska? Several records were broken or tied on Saturday November
16.

Annex Creek tied the record of 48 degrees from 1964.
Auke Bay tied the record of 47 degrees from 1995.
Eaglecrest Base reached 42 breaking the record of 37 from 2016.
Haines Co-op reached 45 breaking the record of 42 from 2018.
Haines Airport reached 48 breaking the record of 46 from 1979.
Hoonah tied the record of 47 degrees from 1979.
Juneau Airport reached 48 breaking the record of 46 from 1944.
Juneau Forecast Office reached 49 breaking the old record of 46
from 2007.
Pelican reached 50 degrees breaking the record of 46 from 1979.
Petersburg tied the record of 49 degrees from 2007.
Point Baker reached 48 degrees breaking the record of 47 from 2002.
Sitka Airport tied the record of 53 degrees from 1999.
Snettisham Power Plant Co-op reached 45 degrees breaking the
record of 41 from 2005.


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