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Kuskokwim Delta

Alerts in Effect

Special Weather Statement

Issued at 05:59 Thursday 20 January 2022

Two major storm systems and their associated fronts will bring
winter weather across Southwest Alaska. Snow accumulations of 1
to 4 inches are expected for much of the Southwest as the first
front moves ashore beginning Thursday afternoon, with higher
totals possible near the Kuskokwim Mountains. Snow may mix with
freezing rain or transition to rain, leading to lower snowfall
totals. Some uncertainty remains regarding how and where this
transition will set up. Current thinking places the transition
zone from Dillingham to King Salmon, with rain further south. Any
wintry mix is expected to be brief with minimal ice accumulations.
As the second front enters Friday morning, areas near Iliamna
could also see a brief period of snow mixing with freezing rain.
Then, precipitation should gradually change over to rain as the
second front pushes inland.

Issued by National Weather Service



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