The skies are clearing Thursday night after nearly 24 hours of non-stop snow for East Anchorage. Meanwhile, on the west side of town, the snow only lasted about eight hours and was much lighter and amounting to much less. Midtown was in-between the two extremes.
Every 10 years the climate "normals" are adjusted to include the most recent decade. This happens after a year ending in "0" according to the World Meteorological Organization. With 2020 ended, we take a look at how we expect the new normals to change.