24 hours ending 3pm AST, snowfall at Fairbanks Airport is apparent 17.1 inches. This is, I believe, the second greatest 24 hour snowfall of record, exceeded only in February 1966.
Snowfall observations coming in quite remarkable, Fairbanks south and eastward. In the North Pole area there are reports of 14 to 17 inches of new snow since Sunday morning. The North Pole climate station, in operation since 1968, only as one day in February with 10 or more inches of snow, so this might be a new record there. For locations with obs back that far, the snowfall of February 11-12, 1966, in which Fairbanks Airport measured 20 inches in 24 hours, is the greatest storm 24 hour event of record.
Other reports include
Perkins Landing 16.5 inches (NWS employee)
UAF West Ridge Coop: 12.5 inches
Chatanika Coop: 12.0 inches
Goldstream Creek: 10.7 inches
Keystone Ridge 7.5 inches (as of noon)
More to come