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2004's low rivers could mean severe winter for some Alaska villages

...summer's record dry, hot weather caused rivers to drop to levels that people haven't seen in decades, said hydrologist Ben Balk with the Alaska Pacific Forecast Center in Anchorage. The weather pattern was due to high-pressure ridges that sat...

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Lake raises level of Kenai River

...off on the important issues at The river started rising gradually Jan. 16, said National Weather Service hydrologist Ben Balk said. It was expected to crest over the weekend. The lake behind Skilak Glacier is fed by rain and snow. Water from...

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What winter? The East shivers and Alaska basks in spring-like weather

...nearly 50 inches of rain in November - about 290 percent above normal, according to National Weather Service hydrologist Ben Balk. "The moisture has basically been a firehose to Southcentral Alaska," he said. Rain was falling on still-green...

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