Juneau residents get a sneak peak into ocean and climate research underway at the Ted Stevens Marine Research Institute.
Juneau could get three to seven inches of snow starting in the middle of the night through Monday afternoon.
An air quality monitor reported a spike in harmful fine particulate matter in the Mendenhall Valley around 1 a.m. Saturday.
The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for the borough, which is in effect until 4 p.m. Wednesday.
Meteorologist David Kochevar at the National Weather Service office in Anchorage said his agency clocked wind speeds of 91 mph at the Dutch Harbor Airport and 93 mph at the Akutan airport.
Juneau skiers may be forced to accept a future with warmer winters and less snow.
Anita Shell with the Anchorage Police Department said Anchorage police responded to 87 collisions and more than 90 vehicles in distress throughout APD’s jurisdiction.
The ice blocking an essential well for Bethel schools has finally cracked. Officials discovered the frozen well in September and spent almost a month thawing the impasse.
igh water on the Mendenhall River and erosion may force the Juneau park officials to close the Kaxdigoowu Heen Dei Trail, aka the Brotherhood Bridge Trail.
The Haines Highway is blocked because of mudslides this afternoon after a couple days of heavy rainfall. According to highway residents, there are four slides between 18 and 21 mile that have made the road impassable.