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Monday, January 7, 2013
Different Paths to Low Snow
Here's a plot of cumulative seasonal snowfall at Fairbanks for the past two winters through January 7th: I've taken the liberty of assuming that snowfall today will be trace or less. The totals are almost exactly the same, just about 30". Last winter though was typical of the "nickel and dime" snow that Fairbanks so frequently gets, while this winter 60% of the snow (so far) fell in one week.