Upcoming Webinars

Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at 10:00 AM AKDT
Crane Johnson and Rick Thoman, National Weather Service
We will present a brief overview of current conditions and provide our spring statewide flooding potential outlook for the 2017 spring break-up season. This will be followed by a comparison of historic breakup years and a spring/summer climate outlook.

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The Latest Climate Highlights and Other ACCAP News

January 2017

Anchorage International Airport received 31.7" (80.5cm) of snow in January, making this the snowiest month since December 2011. This is the second highest January snowfall at the Anchorage Airport, behind the 34.4" (87.4cm) that fell in January 2000. Climate observations have been made at Anchorage International since 1952.