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Winter Storm Watch

Winter Storm Watch issued September 30 at 1:11PM AKDT until October 02 at 10:00PM AKDT by NWS

...WINTER STORM WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM SUNDAY EVENING THROUGH MONDAY EVENING... * WHAT...Heavy snow and blowing snow possible. Total snow accumulations up to 12 inches possible. * WHERE...Eastern Alaska Range South of Trims Camp. * WHEN...From Sunday evening through Monday evening.

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Eastern Alaska Range South of Trims Camp

Special Weather Statement

Special Weather Statement issued September 30 at 1:06PM AKDT by NWS

...Snowfall Expected for the Eastern Interior and Alaska Range Sunday Night and Monday... A mix of rain and snow is expected to develop late Sunday southeast of Livengood, then change to all snow on Monday and then taper off Tuesday. Fairbanks is only expected to get an inch of wet snow by early Tuesday, but areas above 1000 feet could get

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Chatanika River Valley; Delta Junction; Eastern Alaska Range North of Trims Camp; Eastern Alaska Range South of Trims Camp; Eielson AFB and Salcha; Fairbanks Metro Area; Fortymile Country; Goldstream Valley and Nenana Hills; Nenana; Northern Denali Borough; Southern Denali Borough; Tanana Flats; Two Rivers; Upper Chena River Valley; Upper Tanana Valley; White Mountains and High Terrain South of the Yukon River

Special Weather Statement

Special Weather Statement issued September 30 at 1:03PM AKDT by NWS

...Snow and blowing snow in the Brooks Range Passes Sunday afternoon into Monday... An arctic front will move through the Brooks Range on Sunday bringing snow and blowing snow in the Passes. 2 to 4 inches of snow is expected along with northerly winds 15 to 30 mph which will reduce visibility at times Sunday afternoon into Monday.

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Central Arctic Plains; Central Brooks Range

Special Weather Statement

Special Weather Statement issued September 30 at 2:49AM AKDT by NWS

...Elevated Surf Saturday night into Sunday... Elevated surf is expected to develop along the West Coast Saturday night and continue into Sunday. Northerly winds of 20 to 30 mph with gusts to 40 mph will cause elevated surf for north facing coastal areas. The wave action may cause minor erosion. Residents with items on the beach should move them inland to prevent them

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Baldwin Peninsula; Bering Strait Coast; Eastern Norton Sound and Nulato Hills; Kivalina and Red Dog Dock; Lower Kobuk Valley; Northern Seward Peninsula; Shishmaref; Southern Seward Peninsula Coast; St Lawrence Island; Yukon Delta Coast


Fair 43°F
Northeast 6.9mph

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