Eastern Alaska Range Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Watches & Warnings

Special Statement
Issued: 6:46 AM AKDT Apr. 21, 2019 – National Weather Service

... Heavy snow for interior Alaska...

Snowfall Tuesday and Wednesday will bring up to 10 inches of snow
to the central and eastern interior.

A strong storm moving north out of the Pacific will bring heavy
snow to the area starting late Monday night with snow continuing
into Wednesday before tapering off.

Around Fairbanks snowfall will be in the 4 to 8 inch range with
the heaviest snow in the upper chena river basin.

Heavy snow will impact travel across the area with up to 5 inches
of snow along the Parks, Richardson and Dalton highways, and up
to 10 inches of snow along the Taylor Steese, and Elliott highways.

Expect difficult travel from late Monday into Thursday before
conditions improve.

For the latest warning, advisories, and forecast for interior
Alaska go to www.Weather.Gov/Fairbanks.


646 am akdt sun Apr 21 2019

... Heavy snow for interior Alaska...

Snowfall Tuesday and Wednesday will bring up to 10 inches of snow
to the central and eastern interior.

A strong storm moving north out of the Pacific will bring heavy
snow to the area starting late Monday night with snow continuing
into Wednesday before tapering off.

Around Fairbanks snowfall will be in the 4 to 8 inch range with
the heaviest snow in the upper chena river basin.

Heavy snow will impact travel across the area with up to 5 inches
of snow along the Parks, Richardson and Dalton highways, and up
to 10 inches of snow along the Taylor Steese, and Elliott highways.

Expect difficult travel from late Monday into Thursday before
conditions improve.

For the latest warning, advisories, and forecast for interior
Alaska go to www.Weather.Gov/Fairbanks.


646 am akdt sun Apr 21 2019

... Heavy snow for interior Alaska...

Snowfall Tuesday and Wednesday will bring up to 10 inches of snow
to the central and eastern interior.

A strong storm moving north out of the Pacific will bring heavy
snow to the area starting late Monday night with snow continuing
into Wednesday before tapering off.

Around Fairbanks snowfall will be in the 4 to 8 inch range with
the heaviest snow in the upper chena river basin.

Heavy snow will impact travel across the area with up to 5 inches
of snow along the Parks, Richardson and Dalton highways, and up
to 10 inches of snow along the Taylor Steese, and Elliott highways.

Expect difficult travel from late Monday into Thursday before
conditions improve.

For the latest warning, advisories, and forecast for interior
Alaska go to www.Weather.Gov/Fairbanks.



741 PM akdt Sat Apr 20 2019

... Heavy snow for interior Alaska...

Snowfall Tuesday and Wednesday will bring up to 10 inches of snow
to the central and eastern interior.

A strong storm moving north out of the Pacific will bring heavy
snow to the area starting late Monday night with snow continuing
into Wednesday before tapering off.

Around Fairbanks snowfall will be in the 2 to 5 inch range with
the heaviest snow in the upper chena river basin.

Heavy snow will impact travel across the area with up to 5 inches
of snow along the Parks, Richardson, Dalton, Steese, and Elliott
highways, and up to 10 inches of snow along the Taylor Highway.

Expect difficult travel from late Monday into Thursday before
conditions improve.

For the latest warning, advisories, and forecast for interior
Alaska go to www.Weather.Gov/Fairbanks.


741 PM akdt Sat Apr 20 2019

... Heavy snow for interior Alaska...

Snowfall Tuesday and Wednesday will bring up to 10 inches of snow
to the central and eastern interior.

A strong storm moving north out of the Pacific will bring heavy
snow to the area starting late Monday night with snow continuing
into Wednesday before tapering off.

Around Fairbanks snowfall will be in the 2 to 5 inch range with
the heaviest snow in the upper chena river basin.

Heavy snow will impact travel across the area with up to 5 inches
of snow along the Parks, Richardson, Dalton, Steese, and Elliott
highways, and up to 10 inches of snow along the Taylor Highway.

Expect difficult travel from late Monday into Thursday before
conditions improve.

For the latest warning, advisories, and forecast for interior
Alaska go to www.Weather.Gov/Fairbanks.


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