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June 2018

Snow fell across some higher elevations of the Interior on the morning of June 12. Falling snow was reported from above 1600' in the hills north of Fairbanks and a light accumulation was noted on Murrphy Dome above 2500' MSL. In Denali National Park 4" (10cm) accumluaed along the road above 3500' MSL.