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Anchorage weather: As summer solstice approaches, warmer temperatures have finally arrived. How long will they stick around -- and what's up with the late afternoon thunder and lightning shows?
Piles of snow sitting around that you'd like to see gone, pronto? Here's a bit of science behind this year's breakup, and how to help make the snow melt quicker.
What's more surprising than Anchorage's record snowfall is that it came during a winter with some sustained cold spells.
The January temperatures recorded at Anchorage's international airport could be the fourth coldest since a sensor was moved to the airport complex in 1953.
It's been a rainy, windy, snowy and even frigid winter for Alaska, so far. Here's why there's nothing abnormal with that.