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Alaska Snow Symposium Plows On

Alaska Snow Symposium Plows On

Anchorage sees about 190 inches of snowfall on average per year, according to data gathered from the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport from 1981 to 2010. The first snowfall of the winter typically occurs in October and rarely starts in September. The season’s last dusting of snow usually happens in April, and once about every four years, May sees a bit of precipitation.

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