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NOAK48 PAFC 242147
PNSAFC
AKZ101-111-121-141-145-251000-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ANCHORAGE AK
1247 PM AKST SAT JAN 24 2015

...SNOWFALL TOTALS FOR SOUTHCENTRAL ALASKA...

SNOW FELL OVER MUCH OF SOUTHCENTRAL ALASKA FROM THURSDAY EVENING
THROUGH SATURDAY MORNING AS A SYSTEM MOVED THROUGH THE AREA. THE
HEAVIEST SNOW FELL OVER THE SUSITNA VALLEY AND THE COOK INLET. THE
MAJORITY OF THE SNOWFALL IS OVER FOR WESTERN PORTIONS OF
SOUTHCENTRAL...WITH SOME AREAS IN THE SUSITNA VALLEY AND WESTERN
KENAI PENINSULA SEEING SOME LINGERING LIGHT SNOW SHOWERS. THE
FOLLOWING ARE SNOW REPORTS FROM VARIOUS LOCATIONS ACROSS THE AREA
WITH THE TIME AND DATE OF THE REPORT LISTED IN PARENTHESES AFTER
THE AMOUNT IN INCHES.

LOCATION...................................AMOUNT IN INCHES

KENAI PENINSULA:

ANCHOR POINT...............................6 (2:30PM JAN 23)
KENAI......................................6 (10:30AM JAN 24)
STERLING...................................4 (8:30AM JAN 24)
DIAMOND RIDGE (5 MILES WEST OF HOMER)......3 (10:55AM JAN 24)

ANCHORAGE/MATANUSKA VALLEY:

BIG LAKE...................................8.3 (5:00AM JAN 24)
EAGLE RIVER................................6.2 (9:15AM JAN 24)
ANCHORAGE (4TH AND BONIFACE)...............5 (8:30AM JAN 24) 
ANCHORAGE (NWS OFFICE SAND LAKE)...........4.8 (10:00AM JAN 24)
ANCHORAGE HILLSIDE.........................3.8 (8:30AM JAN 24)
WASILLA....................................2 (12:00PM JAN 24
PALMER.....................................1.7 (8:15AM JAN 24)

SUSITNA VALLEY:

TALKEETNA (7 MILES SOUTH)..................17 (8:30AM JAN 24)
WILLOW.....................................12 (2:20PM JAN 23)
TRAPPER CREEK (7 MILES SOUTHWEST)..........10 (12:00PM JAN 24)
MOUNT SUSITNA (NORTH FOOT).................9 (5:00PM JAN 23) 
CANTWELL...................................8 (5:00PM JAN 23)


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