Anchorage, Alaska Starts Their 2016-2017 Snow Season
Anchorage, Alaska has received 2.6 inches of snow the last couple of days so far to start off their snow season. According to the National Weather Service. The average snowfall to date for Anchorage is 5.6 inches.
I was able to get a full update in early today, Monday, for all of the other cities. So far as of the last update, Billings and Anchorage are the only cities with any measurable snow for the 2016-2017 snow season. Billings, Montana started off this season’s Golden Snow Globe contest with 3 inches of snow. It will be interesting to see if Anchorage can slip past Billings and will be interesting to see if any other cities receive any measurable snow this week.
As of this last update, there are about 35 cities that are behind their average snowfall for today’s date. Meaning that on average about 35 of the big cities with a population of 100,000 or more have at least a tenth of snow at this time in the season.
Golden Snow Globe Winter Outlook Forecast Soon
I’m leaning toward a snowier than average season for most of the cities this season. Stay tuned for the long-awaited, highly anticipated Golden Snow Globe winter outlook forecast that will be coming soon. You know, the only forecast that is totally made up but is accurate about zero percent of the time. It’s coming soon
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