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Statement as of 10:37 PM AKST on January 16, 2017

Expires 11:00 AM EST on January 17, 2017


... Updated snowfall amounts across southcentral through 10:30 PM...

It has been an active day across southcentral Alaska as snow has fallen
across much of the region. Snow amounts across Anchorage have ranged
from 5 to 8 inches, with the highest amounts over east Anchorage
and the Anchorage hillside. The Matanuska Valley has seen decent snow
accumulations as well, with 8 inches in Palmer and upwards of a foot
along the Knik River Valley. In addition, the Copper River basin has also
picked up from 5 inches in Glennallen to nearly a foot toward
western sections of the basin.

Snowfall will taper off through the evening hours tonight with minor
additional accumulation expected.

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


Location... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..amounts

Anchorage area
--------------
2 N rabbit creek... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .7.4 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


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


Copper River basin
------------------
mendeltna... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .11.0 inches
Glennallen... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .5.0 inches


Thompson Pass
--------------
Department of Transportation has reported blizzard conditions through
Thompson Pass and Keystone Canyon late Sunday through this afternoon.

Wegman


1037 PM akst Mon Jan 16 2017

... Updated snowfall amounts across southcentral through 10:30 PM...

It has been an active day across southcentral Alaska as snow has fallen
across much of the region. Snow amounts across Anchorage have ranged
from 5 to 8 inches, with the highest amounts over east Anchorage
and the Anchorage hillside. The Matanuska Valley has seen decent snow
accumulations as well, with 8 inches in Palmer and upwards of a foot
along the Knik River Valley. In addition, the Copper River basin has also
picked up from 5 inches in Glennallen to nearly a foot toward
western sections of the basin.

Snowfall will taper off through the evening hours tonight with minor
additional accumulation expected.

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


Location... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..amounts

Anchorage area
--------------
2 N rabbit creek... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .7.4 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


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


Copper River basin
------------------
mendeltna... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .11.0 inches
Glennallen... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .5.0 inches


Thompson Pass
--------------
Department of Transportation has reported blizzard conditions through
Thompson Pass and Keystone Canyon late Sunday through this afternoon.

Wegman


1037 PM akst Mon Jan 16 2017

... Updated snowfall amounts across southcentral through 10:30 PM...

It has been an active day across southcentral Alaska as snow has fallen
across much of the region. Snow amounts across Anchorage have ranged
from 5 to 8 inches, with the highest amounts over east Anchorage
and the Anchorage hillside. The Matanuska Valley has seen decent snow
accumulations as well, with 8 inches in Palmer and upwards of a foot
along the Knik River Valley. In addition, the Copper River basin has also
picked up from 5 inches in Glennallen to nearly a foot toward
western sections of the basin.

Snowfall will taper off through the evening hours tonight with minor
additional accumulation expected.

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


Location... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..amounts

Anchorage area
--------------
2 N rabbit creek... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .7.4 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


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


Copper River basin
------------------
mendeltna... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .11.0 inches
Glennallen... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .5.0 inches


Thompson Pass
--------------
Department of Transportation has reported blizzard conditions through
Thompson Pass and Keystone Canyon late Sunday through this afternoon.

Wegman

630 PM akst Mon Jan 16 2017

... Updated snowfall amounts across southcentral Alaska through 6:15 PM...

It has been an active day across southcentral Alaska as snow has fallen
across much of the region. Snow amounts across Anchorage have ranged
from 4 to 8 inches, with the highest amounts over east Anchorage
and the Anchorage hillside. The Matanuska Valley has seen decent snow
accumulations as well with nearly 8 inches in town and upwards to a foot
along the Knik River Valley. In addition, the Copper River basin has also
seen a fair share of snow today with snow ranging from 5 inches to nearly
a foot toward western sections of the basin.

Snowfall will taper off through the evening hours tonight with minor
additional accumulation expected.

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


Location... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..amounts

Anchorage area
--------------
2 N rabbit creek... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .7.4 inches
4 SSE Anchorage... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..6.8 inches
4 S Anchorage... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .5.6 inches
3 E Anchorage... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .5.0 inches
6 S Spenard... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 5.0 inches
NWS Sand Lake... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .4.1 inches


Matanuska Valley
----------------
5 NNW Butte... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 7.0 inches
4 ENE Big Lake... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 5.0 inches
Sutton... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..5.0 inches


Copper River basin
------------------
mendeltna... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .11.0 inches
Glennallen... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .5.0 inches


Thompson Pass
--------------
Department of Transportation has reported blizzard conditions through
Thompson Pass and Keystone Canyon late Sunday through this afternoon.

Mclay


630 PM akst Mon Jan 16 2017

... Updated snowfall amounts across southcentral Alaska through 6:15 PM...

It has been an active day across southcentral Alaska as snow has fallen
across much of the region. Snow amounts across Anchorage have ranged
from 4 to 8 inches, with the highest amounts over east Anchorage
and the Anchorage hillside. The Matanuska Valley has seen decent snow
accumulations as well with nearly 8 inches in town and upwards to a foot
along the Knik River Valley. In addition, the Copper River basin has also
seen a fair share of snow today with snow ranging from 5 inches to nearly
a foot toward western sections of the basin.

Snowfall will taper off through the evening hours tonight with minor
additional accumulation expected.

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


Location... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..amounts

Anchorage area
--------------
2 N rabbit creek... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .7.4 inches
4 SSE Anchorage... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..6.8 inches
4 S Anchorage... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .5.6 inches
3 E Anchorage... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .5.0 inches
6 S Spenard... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 5.0 inches
NWS Sand Lake... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .4.1 inches


Matanuska Valley
----------------
5 NNW Butte... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 7.0 inches
4 ENE Big Lake... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 5.0 inches
Sutton... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..5.0 inches


Copper River basin
------------------
mendeltna... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .11.0 inches
Glennallen... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .5.0 inches


Thompson Pass
--------------
Department of Transportation has reported blizzard conditions through
Thompson Pass and Keystone Canyon late Sunday through this afternoon.

Mclay

630 PM akst Mon Jan 16 2017

... Updated snowfall amounts across southcentral Alaska through 6:15 PM...

It has been an active day across southcentral Alaska as snow has fallen
across much of the region. Snow amounts across Anchorage have ranged
from 4 to 8 inches, with the highest amounts over east Anchorage
and the Anchorage hillside. The Matanuska Valley has seen decent snow
accumulations as well with nearly 8 inches in town and upwards to a foot
along the Knik River Valley. In addition, the Copper River basin has also
seen a fair share of snow today with snow ranging from 5 inches to nearly
a foot toward western sections of the basin.

Snowfall will taper off through the evening hours tonight with minor
additional accumulation expected.

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


Location... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..amounts

Anchorage area
--------------
2 N rabbit creek... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .7.4 inches
4 SSE Anchorage... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..6.8 inches
4 S Anchorage... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .5.6 inches
3 E Anchorage... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .5.0 inches
6 S Spenard... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 5.0 inches
NWS Sand Lake... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .4.1 inches


Matanuska Valley
----------------
5 NNW Butte... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 7.0 inches
4 ENE Big Lake... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 5.0 inches
Sutton... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..5.0 inches


Copper River basin
------------------
mendeltna... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .11.0 inches
Glennallen... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .5.0 inches


Thompson Pass
--------------
Department of Transportation has reported blizzard conditions through
Thompson Pass and Keystone Canyon late Sunday through this afternoon.

Mclay


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