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Saturday, February 9, 2013
Snow Slowly Catching Up
While the Northeast digs out, here in Fairbanks we plod along, "nickel and diming" our way to near normal snowfall. Here's an updated plot of cumulative snowfall for the season. The big snow in December continues to be the highlight, being (practically) the only significant snow in the two months from early November through early January. Since early January snowfall has been more regular, and the Airport is now up to 90% of normal for the season.