Sun-tember

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As Alaska’s urban core speeds toward the end of an unusually warm and dry September, the Centers for Environmental Information are suggesting there is more of the same to come.

“The temperature outlook for October through December 2018 shows that the majority of Alaska and northwest Canada have a 40 to 90 percent chance of above average temperature,” the agency within the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) reports.

And while most of the 49th state is forecast to be wetter than normal through December, Anchorage, the Kenai Peninsula, Wasilla, the southern Susitna-Yentna rivers valley, and the Coast Range mountains to the eastern edge of Prince William Sound fall into “isolated pockets along the coast…(that) have a 40 to 50 percent likelihood of below normal precipitation.”

Sun-tember
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