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Weather Permitting - March 13, 2014

 

Wolfgang Kurtz | The Seward Phoenix LOG

Snow returned to the Seward area this week, more or less.

SEWARD WEATHER

HIGHLOWPRECIP.WINDGUST
March 537300.01922
March 6362601226
March 7392401252
March 8331902440
March 9371901537
March 1037331.29936
March 1139330.62731

Recorded at Seward Airport (PAWD)

March 13Sunrise:8:19 a.m.Sunset:7:55 p.m.Daylight:11:35

Snow returned to the Seward area this week, more or less. After near springlike weather under sunny skies, active weather systems started rolling over the North Gulf Coast, making for a nice white blanket of snow early Monday morning. However, the promise of significant accumulation melted away as overnight snow turned to daytime rain. Heavy slush topped off with snow is in the forecast as the warmer storms pass on and a cooling trend sets in. In the higher elevations around the Divide Ski Area over 2 feet of accumulation through Tuesday was reported with about a third of that lost to warm temperatures and rain by the next day.

 

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