2 winters wide apart

Jan 07, 2013 -- 10:15am


- ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - When it comes to snowfall, this winter and last winter in Anchorage are wide apart. Channel-2 News says so far the difference is more than 45 inches when comparing last year's bounty and this year's skimpy amounts of the white stuff. Last year at about this time, Anchorage had more than 70 inches of snow. The National Weather Service says so far about 25 inches of snow has fallen in the city. The National Weather Service says snow lovers should not despair just yet. Forecasters say while things may seem sparse around town this actually isn't a record breaking lack of snow. They say Anchorage still has plenty of time to add it its snowfall numbers.

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