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Isolated Severe Thunderstorms Across Southern U.S.; Heat Continues In West

Isolated severe thunderstorms are possible from the Southeast to Southern Plains today. Other thunderstorms may produce localized flash flooding across the Great Lakes, Midwest, and Mid Atlantic. Finally, the ongoing heat wave continues in the West and will expand into the Rockies by the weekend. Read More >

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Anchorage International Airport Climate Highlights for April 2020

Published 2020-05-02

Special Avalanche Bulletin for Hatcher Pass

Published 2020-03-13

River Gage Datum Updates

Published 2020-03-12

NWS river gage elevation metadata has been updated for some of the gages in Southcentral Alaska. The USGS has surveyed a number of area river gages from NGVD29 to the higher resolution NAVD88 vertical datum. The NWS has updated our records to match these changes.

Sunday - Monday Snow Totals Across Southcentral

Published 2020-03-03

Heads Up For Monday Morning Commuters in Anchorage and the Matanuska Valley

Published 2020-03-01

Snowfall Across the Anchorage Bowl Through Sunday Evening... Up to 5 inches

Published 2020-02-29

Special Avalanche Bulletin Chugach National Forest

Published 2020-02-23

BACKCOUNTRY AVALANCHE WARNING for Hatcher Pass in effect through Noon Wednesday 2/19

Published 2020-02-18

BACKCOUNTRY AVALANCHE WARNING for the Kenai and Western Chugach Mountains in effect through 6am Wed 2/19

Published 2020-02-18

Anchorage & Matanuska Valley: Strong winds with warm temperatures Monday night will give way to snow on Tuesday

Published 2020-02-17