In the city-owned ski area’s latest announcement, officials say the season will be reassessed again on Sunday.
Eaglecrest Ski Area is heading into what may be its final two weekends of the season.
National Weather Service says February in Juneau was dry and the second-warmest on record.
This winter’s warmer than normal weather could set an Alaska record. National Weather Service Alaska region climate science and services manager Rick Thoman points to a lack of extremely cold temperatures across the state.
Two Ketchikan elders are cleaning up and looking for a new place to live after the roof of their rented home was blown off during a big storm last week.
The U.S. Senate did meet Tuesday morning for 10 minutes. Much of that time was taken up by the Pledge of Allegiance and an unhurried opening prayer from the Senate chaplain.
One roof blew off a house about 3 miles south of Petersburg. Other trees were blown down near roadways in Juneau, Wrangell and Ketchikan.
At least 10,000 flights have been canceled, while hundreds of thousands of people have lost power. The blizzard, now in its third day, continues to barrel up the coast with hurricane-force winds.
A pretty good blow passed through Bristol Bay Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, leaving minor damage and some power outages in its wake. Eastside communities had sustained winds around 60 to 70 mph, with gusts over 100 mph, through the overnight hours.
William Wells lives and works at what may be the nation’s most remote weather station. It’s 300 miles off the west coast of Alaska (and 500 miles off the east coast of Siberia) in the Bering Sea.