Next big storm will hit southeast Alaska
Flurries in Anchorage, with 6 inches reported in Indian
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) - While one storm wanes and is on the way out, there’s another waiting in the wings to cover southeast Alaska in rain, snow and winds. Winter weather warnings and advisories for the region have been consistent and the next round will take effect at midnight Tuesday, lasting through Thursday.
Snow flurries hit the Anchorage area Tuesday morning, but there was heavier snow over the Glenn Highway near Big Lake, and a resident of Indian reported an accumulation of 6 inches of snow south of Anchorage.
Wind chill readings again drop to 50 below in the northeast part of the state, including the transportation corridor leading to the North Slope.
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