Winter is still going strong up here in Alaska. Low pressure last week brought quite a bit of snow up high, and there is still plenty of powder to be had up there. This video is from May 16th through 18th on Turnagain Pass on the Kenai Peninsula. This winter has been all-time in Alaska, and with a top-up in mid-May, it keeps getting better. We are back in some low pressure now, so hopefully there will be another refresh up high when it clears.
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