Warm advection snow associated with the storm centered near the Bering Straits overspread central Interior Alaska Thursday morning. Here on Keystone Ridge, here's the view as of about 3pm ADT:
A little more than half an inch. Normally not much for mid October, but we'll take it.
Meanwhile, here's a view of UAF West Ridge just before 4pm ADT:
The most important reason for the difference is that there has been very little precipitation in town, with only a trace liquid at the Airport through 4pm ADT.
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