Villages from the Yukon River Delta north to Kivalina reported severe weather, including high seas.
One climatologist forecasts sea ice will form late, the extent will be below average, and it will be similar to last year’s.
A sizeable portion of the hillside above Mountain Point on the Kupreanof shoreline has been cleared of trees and mud.
An areawide outage occurred at 5 a.m. in Juneau when trees fell on a main transmission line along Thane Road. Power was restored for most areas of town at about 9:30 a.m.
National Weather Service says 7.6 inches of snow fell at the Juneau airport and 11.5 inches fell at Lena Point by 8 a.m. Monday morning.
A mix or rain, ice and snow took down power lines and made travel dangerous, leading to a slew of closures.
The National Weather Service forecasts two separate storm systems and the potential for flooding later in the weekend.
Local and state transportation crews are responding to landslides that are blocking roads on Prince of Wales Island.
The sun’s activity and a clear overnight forecast could mean prime viewing for Juneau residents.
Lightning was reported near Taku Inlet, Berners Bay, Yakutat and along the outer coast of Southeast Alaska on Monday morning.