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JUNEAU — A vast swath of western Alaska could see flooding and high winds as the remnants of Typhoon Merbok move toward the Bering Sea… Continue reading
Schools, a street and a store.
Last year was in the average range for outages here in Juneau.
Snow is expected to be heaviest as partygoers would be getting started.
Without the dead sensor, commercial flights can’t land there, severely limiting travel options.
Multiple downed trees knocked out high-voltage lines.
The snow isn’t here yet, but it’s on the wind.
AEL&P responding to widespread tree downings and outages.
Docks and Harbors says to rig for a rough one.
The worst of the rain should be over by Friday afternoon, meteorologists say.
With the birdge cut, residents on the far side have no foot access to town.
March will be a hefty but not record-breaking month for snow.
An inspection is the airline’s standard procedure after a strike.
Hundreds of meals a day go north to help feed Haines.
Many organizations are withdrawing their searchers but continuing their support of recovery work.
Historically bad weather has postponed the opening until the temperature drops.
Everyone from SAR specialists to tribal organizations to uniformed services are helping out.
Many fish slated for release next spring were destroyed to preserve resources.
Tuesday set a record for rainfall for the Dec. 1 of any year.
Juneau may get as much as 10 inches of rain by Wednesday evening.