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National Weather Service - Anchorage, AK


The following map depicts the snowfall totals from the November 27th, 2009 snowstorm. This map was produced from 20 spotter reports that the National Weather Service received as the storm exited the region. Snowfall totals are valid through 6pm. Further information can be found in the public information statement here.

Anchorage Area Snowfall Map (Click to expand to full size)


If you are interested in submitting your snowfall reports to the NWS...please click here. Volunteer spotters support their local community and government by providing the NWS with timely and accurate weather reports. These reports, when integrated with NWS Doppler Radar signatures, satellite, and other data, can be critical in the issuance of weather warnings and advisories. This can save lives and protect property, which is the main mission of the NWS.



Brown/Shea 27NOV09



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