Thursday, October 13, 2011

World gone White, or Not

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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