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By LOG Staff 

Weather Permitting - Dec. 12, 2013

 

Wolfgang Kurtz | The Seward Phoenix LOG

For the past couple of weeks Seward has been struggling to maintain a seasonal frosty white appearance as winter hasn't made much progress toward the blanket of snow typical for this time of year.

SEWARD WEATHER

HIGHLOWPRECIP.WINDGUST
Dec. 4332101120
Dec. 536280.0916
Dec. 637330.0216
Dec. 737320322
Dec. 835300720
Dec. 93530069
Dec. 1036320.01329

Recorded at Seward Airport (PAWD)

Dec. 12Sunrise:9:53 a.m.Sunset:3:50 p.m.

For the past couple of weeks Seward has been struggling to maintain a seasonal frosty white appearance as winter hasn't made much progress toward the blanket of snow typical for this time of year. Even the crust from a couple of inches or so of accumulated frozen precipitation is fading fast, melting slowly from temperatures that have hovered above freezing around the clock for the better part of the last week. However, cooling temperatures and some incoming weather are a pretty good indicator that Seward will have some more snow over the next week. The longer range forecast suggests that a real snow blanket may be coming our way just in time for Christmas Day.

 

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