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Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Anchorage AK
533 AM AKST Fri Nov 24 2017

...Maximum wind gusts observed with strong Bering Sea storm...

Maximum wind gusts observed in the Alaska Peninsula, Eastern
Aleutians and Pribilof Islands do to the strong storm in the
Bering Sea from the evening of November 22, 2017 through the
morning of November 23, 2017:

2 S Unalaska... 99 mph
Dutch Harbor Spit... 87 mph
Dutch Harbor... 86 mph
Akun Island Airport... 81 mph
St. George Island... 78 mph
False Pass... 76 mph
King Cove Airport... 76 mph
Cold Bay Airport... 75 mph


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Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Juneau AK
1029 AM AKST Sat Nov 18 2017

...RECORD SNOW AMOUNTS FOR NOVEMBER 17 AND 18...

There were numerous daily COOP snowfall records across portions
of northern Southeast Alaska on November 17 and 18. Record
snowfall was recorded at the following locations:

Annex Creek recorded 11.7 inches on November 17, breaking the
previous record of 7.6 inches from 1959.

Juneau Lena Point near Juneau recorded 8.9 inches on November 17,
breaking the previous record of 5.8 inches from 2015.

Skagway recorded 5.5 inches on November 17, breaking the previous
record of 2.0 inches from 2009.

The Juneau Forecast Office recorded 10.8 inches on November 17,
breaking the previous record of 3.3 inches from 2003.

Downtown Juneau recorded 3.0 inches on November 17, breaking the
previous record of 2.5 inches from 1932.

The Snettisham Powerplant recorded 4.2 inches on November 17,
breaking the previous record of 1.5 inches from 2015.

Hyder recorded 15.0 inches on November 18, breaking the previous
record of 9.5 inches from 2006.

Hoonah recorded 7.0 inches on November 18, breaking the previous
record of 2.7 inches from 2015.

Pelican recorded 5.2 inches on November 18, breaking the previous
record of 4.5 inches from 2015.

Haines recorded 2.0 inches on November 18, breaking the previous
record of 0.5 inches from 2003.



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