3.7.19 Snow Report

  Hey snow lovers! The Alaska Avalanche Information Center here with your weekly winter fun report thanks to ABC Motorhomes and Country Legends. Warm temperatures and sunny days are helping to consolidate the snowpack across south central. This weekend look for mild temperatures and more new snow. Forecasters have noted increased strength in the snowpack, […]

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2.28.19 Snow Report

  Hey snow lovers! The Alaska Avalanche Information Center is here with your weekly snow report thanks to Kendall Toyota of Anchorage and Country Legends. Snowmachine trails throughout southcentral are open, check the Mat Su Borough Trails and Alaska State Parks websites for the latest updates on closures and grooming. Forecasters across the state have […]

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2.14.19 Snow Report

Hey snow lovers! The Alaska Avalanche Information Center here with your weekly snow report thanks to Kendall Toyota of Anchorage and Classic Country 100.9. It’s Iron Dog race week. The free Donlin Gold Safety Expo is set for Friday from 1 to 8 pm at the Menard Sports Center in Wasilla. Come meet the racers […]

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2.7.19 AAIC Weekly Snow Report

  AAIC Snow Report 2.7.19 Hey snow lovers! The Alaska Avalanche Information Center here with your weekly snow report thanks to AARP Alaska and Q997. It’s been a wild week with lots of new snow falling across Southcentral. Forecasters warn that avalanche hazard has been rising to considerable at upper elevations, and ‘scary’ moderate on […]

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1.31.19 Snow Report

Hey snow lovers! The Alaska Avalanche Information Center here with your weekly snow report thanks to Kendall Toyota of Anchorage and Q997. This week temperatures rose to near freezing in the interior and above freezing in coastal areas across the state. Expect the sun and cold to return this weekend. Snow conditions along the Parks […]

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1.24.19 Snow Report

Hey snow lovers! The Alaska Avalanche Information Center here with your weekly snow report thanks to Kendall Toyota and Q997. Temperatures are expected to remain below zero through most of the interior this week. Coastal areas are expected to be more moderate and may see several inches of new snow as small systems pass through […]

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1.17.19 Snow Report

Hey snow lovers! The Alaska Avalanche Information Center here with your weekly snow report thanks to Kendall Toyota and Q997. Temperatures have warmed this week and are expected to remain moderate as a quick moving system passes through the state with the potential to bring more snow by this weekend. Winter trails on the Parks […]

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1.10.19 Snow Report

Hey snow lovers, the Alaska Avalanche Information Center here with your weekly snow Riders report thanks to Backcountry Access and Country Legends. A surge of arctic air came down this week bringing has brought sub zero temperatures to most of the state this week. Expect cold temperatures to continue through the weekend with warmer temperatures […]

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1.3.19 Snow Report

Happy New Year snow lovers! The Alaska Avalanche Information Center brings you this week’s snow report thanks to Black Diamond and Country Legends. A relatively warm system moved through southern Alaska this week delivering snow in the mountains and rain at lower elevations. Forecasts predict clearing skies and temperatures dropping throughout Southcentral this weekend.  Temperature […]

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12.27.18 KMBQ Snow Report

Happy holiday season snow riders! Here’s your weekly snow report from the Alaska Avalanche Information Center thanks to Toyota and Q99.7 Storms have continued to produce new snowfall throughout South Central and Central Alaska this week. The national weather service tells us Alaska is experiencing a “very active weather pattern” and to expect several more […]

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12.6.18 SnowRider Report

Hey Snow Lovers, here’s your weekly snow report from the Alaska Avalanche Information Center thanks to support from AARP Alaska and Country Legends. This weeks’ storm cycle brought lots of new snow to the alpine throughout the state. Natural and human triggered avalanches have been observed in both Thompson Pass and the Eastern Alaska Range.  […]

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