Western Alaska communities still uncovering damage from major storm
The destruction from former Typhoon Merbok is widespread in the fish camps south of Nome.
NOME, Alaska (KTUU) - It’s now been more than 72 hours since the remnants of a typhoon smashed into Western Alaska, but the damage and destruction is still being uncovered.
Chief Meteorologist Melissa Frey was in Nome to show us the damage and tell us what people in the area are learning about their property.
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