The Anchorage Faculty District has canceled all after-faculty actions set for Thursday due to “deteriorating climate and street circumstances.”
Freezing rain is inflicting harmful driving circumstances, in line with the Anchorage Police Division.
“The Seward Freeway is EXTREMELY slick across the Potter Scales. Please take it sluggish whereas driving,” police stated in an alert.
A winter climate advisory from the Nationwide Climate Service is in impact till 10 p.m. Thursday. Ice accumulation of about one-tenth of an inch is predicted.
Journey is predicted to be particularly troublesome throughout this night’s commute, the climate service stated.
The freezing rain is predicted to be intermittent all day. Some areas of the Anchorage Bowl can be above freezing and may even see rain, not sleet.
“Nevertheless, rain on prime of icy native roads will make for hazardous driving circumstances,” the climate service stated.
For the newest on street circumstances, name 511.