Parts of Southeast Alaska can expect winds in excess of 60 mph, as well as 2 to 4 inches of rain, as former hurricane Oho deteriorates into a “non-tropical cyclone” headed north into the Gulf of Alaska.

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According to an advisory for the Anchorage area in effect until 11 a.m. Monday, drivers can expect visibility reduced to “one quarter mile or less at times,” especially along the Glenn Highway.Alaska Dispatch News
The numbers don't lie: Anchorage broke several precipitation records over the month of September, including the most rain ever recorded for the month.Suzanna Caldwell
State crews are working to clear an eight-mile stretch of the Dalton Highway, from Mile 290 to 298, after snowfall overnight Thursday closed the road to Alaska's North Slope oil fields to non-truck traffic.Chris Klint

The first blanket of snow fell on Anchorage and Eagle River on Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2015.

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The Golden Valley Electric Association reported 7,000 customers without power in the Fairbanks area Wednesday evening, while snow was expected to continue falling into the night.Chris Klint,Megan Edge
By Wednesday night, there were fewer than 10 Chugach Electric customers without power and no Matanuska Electric Association customers without power.Chris Klint,Megan Edge

Fairbanks' second snow of the year is bringing down trees and causing electrical outages around the area.

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Up to 10 inches of snow was expected to accumulate Tuesday in Fairbanks. The snow brought down trees in the area, knocking out power to thousands of residents.Suzanna Caldwell

A large swath of Alaska is under advisories Tuesday for winter weather, flooding and storms, amid heavy rains and the arrival of an Arctic cold front from Siberia that has affected much of the state’s Southcentral region.

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