More Weather Extras Stories

Is Solar Energy A Viable Option in Alaska?

In part one of our series looking at solar energy in Alaska we take a look at Anchorage and see what some businesses and residents are doing in order to use more clean energy.   To... Read More »

Should More People Go Solar in Alaska?

In part two of our series on Solar Energy, we sit down with one resident who thinks that there needs to be more people switching to solar energy.   For more information on the Kittleson... Read More »

Eagle Academy Charter School

About a week ago now I had the privilege of going out to Eagle River to Eagle Academy Charter School to talk to the class about weather. These kids were a bit older than what I normally taught so I... Read More »

Water Worries Part 1

Part 1 of 2, Water Worries. Special series looking at flooding across Alaska. Read More »

Water Worries Part 2

In Water Worries Part 2 we look at how break up season affects south central and what you can do to stay prepared. Read More »

6.7 Earthquake off British Columbia

7:29pm Update: Tsunami from 6.7 earthquake is not expected at all in US or Canada.     At 7:13pm a 6.7 earthquake struck off of Port Alice, British Columbia. The Tsunami... Read More »

Virga- The Rain That Doesn't Fall

Have you ever seen something in the sky that looks like this?

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8.2 Earthquake Strikes off Coast of Chile

Around 3:46PM this afternoon a 8.2 magnitude earthquake shook the Chile and Peru coastline. There was cause for concern here in Alaska as a Tsunami was triggered. However, after further evaluation there... Read More »

Northern lights may expand south next couple days

Northerners thawing out from a bitter freeze may get rewarded with shimmering northern lights the next couple days. Read More »

Alaskans offer tips on surviving below-zero temps

Alaskans know a thing or two about handling day-to-day activities in freezing temperatures, where below-zero rarely means staying inside. Read More »