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Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Anchorage AK
1005 AM AKST Tue Jan 17 2017

...Snowfall totals for Monday January 16...

Monday was an active day across Southcentral Alaska as snow fell across
much of the region. Snow amounts across Anchorage ranged from 5
to 8 inches, with the highest amounts over east Anchorage and the
Anchorage Hillside. The Matanuska Valley saw decent snow
accumulations as well, with 11 inches north of Palmer and upwards
of a foot along the Knik River Valley. In addition, the Copper
River Basin also picked up from 5 inches in Glennallen to nearly a
foot toward western sections of the basin.

No additional accumulation is expected today.

Your latest forecast and additional information is always available
at weather.gov/Anchorage.


Location................................Amounts

Anchorage Area
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Girdwood................................13.0 inches
2 N Rabbit Creek.........................7.4 inches
4 ESE Anchorage..........................7.0 inches
4 SSE Anchorage..........................6.8 inches
3 E Anchorage............................6.6 inches
7 SE Eagle River.........................5.9 inches
4 S Anchorage............................5.6 inches
NWS Sand Lake............................5.3 inches
6 S Spenard..............................5.0 inches


Eastern Kenai Peninsula
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Turnagain Pass...........................7.0 inches
Summit Lake..............................2.0 inches


Matanuska Valley
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1 N Palmer..............................11.0 inches
Palmer...................................8.1 inches
5 NNW Butte..............................7.0 inches
4 ENE Big Lake...........................5.0 inches
Sutton...................................5.0 inches


Copper River Basin
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Mendeltna...............................11.0 inches
Glennallen...............................5.0 inches


Valdez Area
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Thompson Pass............................9.0 inches
4 NW Valdez..............................3.5 inches


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