The Nationwide Climate Service is looking for two to four inches of snow to fall Tuesday from Kenai to Talkeetna, with the heaviest snowfall within the morning.
“From Kenai northward to the Alaska Vary is all getting snow proper now,” Nationwide Climate Service meteorologist Eddie Zingone stated at round eight:forty five a.m.
The climate service workplace in West Anchorage had recorded three.5 inches of latest snow Tuesday morning. Different elements of the town recorded nearer to 2.5 inches.
“That already makes this the second-heaviest snowfall of the season — with solely that four.1 inches within the early a part of January,” Zingone stated.
Zingone described the snow as “pretty dry” and more likely to kick up and blow round on the freeway. “That is one the most important hazards proper now.”
The snow is forecast to proceed into the night.
“It isn’t over but,” Zingone stated.