- Capital City Weekly
- Alaska Outdoors
- Opinion & Letters
- Worship Directory
- Subscriber Center
- Contact Us
- Policies & Terms
Southeast Alaska is improving, but Juneau is still dryer than usual
Juneau hasn’t had dry holiday since 2005.
Snow time like the present.
The entirety of Southeast Alaska is in some state of drought.
It was the latest snowfall in more than a decade.
It’s hot, and that’s a problem.
More snow is coming, but this season still isn’t normal.
There’s snow time like the present.
At least we’re not Chicago.
Snow falls in downtown Juneau on Jan. 10, 2019. Read more about the winter storm here. Video by Michael Penn | Juneau Empire… Continue reading
Heavy snowfall predicted.
Expect more warmth and rain.
Get those skis waxed.
That sunny summer is to blame.
For parched Southeast, October’s rainfall brought some needed relief.
Winter is coming.
There’s no snow on the pumpkin, and there might not be any frost, either. Juneau’s abnormally warm October set a record Sunday as temperatures reached… Continue reading
Weather on Thursday’s centennial and the day of the Princess Sophia’s sinking shared a bit in common — but not to an eerie degree, said… Continue reading
A soggy weekend led to mudslides and high water across northern Southeast, but the atmospheric river that delivered the rain brought little relief to parched… Continue reading