Winter isn’t done yet as more spring snow hits Southcentral Alaska

Monday, April 22, 2019 - 16:13
  • View of snow-covered trees and Fire Lake from the Mt. Baldy Trailhead on Thursday, April 18, 2019. (Bill Roth / ADN)

Winter isn’t going anywhere any time soon.

The National Weather Service on Monday issued a “special weather statement” warning that “a potent cold front” will bring snow and rain to Anchorage and the Mat-Su.

“The Anchorage area will be right on the edge of this system,” the service wrote. “Light snow accumulations look more likley for Eagle River and the Hillside late this morning through the afternoon.”

The storm could bring a couple inches of snow to the area and comes on the heels of several snowy days after most snow had melted at lower elevations.

The Anchorage School District cancelled after-school activites for Monday and any high school and middle school sports due to deteriorating road conditions around the area.

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