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Volunteer observers monitor Interior's extreme temperatures, snowfall (Alaska)
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Thanks to the work of volunteer weather observers, the National Weather Service was able to promptly report how unevenly snow fell across the Tanana Valley during an early September storm this winter.

A volunteer south of Fox measured about 15 inches, while in North Pole another observer recorded only 10 inches.


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