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Forecast: Snow, snow, more snow

...will combine to give Juneau significant snow by Sunday morning, forecasters said. National Weather Service forecaster Tracey Ress said the high winds of the past few days should die down by Saturday evening as snow accumulates. "It could potentially...
A white Christmas may have to wait as winter starts more like spring

...white Christmas in Alaska's capital may have to continue dreaming. That's "the way it's looking now," said Tracey Ress, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Juneau. Wednesday, the first official day of winter, looked...
Snowfall may take two-day break

...some areas of low pressure and they tracked across the south part of Alaska, south of Juneau," said meteorologist Tracey Ress. "That allowed cool air to pull in over the Juneau area and bring in moisture." Thursday's snowfall brought 6...
7.0 earthquake strikes near Prince of Wales

...scientist at the Alaska Tsunami Warning Center. There were reports that it could be felt in Juneau. Meteorologist Tracey Ress said people working in the National Weather Service office reported feeling it. The jolt, capable of severe damage...
Thunder roars through town in second storm with masts taller than mine." Lightning is unusual, but not unheard of in Southeast Alaska, said meteorologist Tracey Ress in the National Weather Service office in Juneau. Thunderstorms observed late Saturday and Sunday nights developed...
Snow pile-up shuts down schools, city departments

...forecasting another 2 to 5 inches of snow for today. "We might expect a change to rain by Thursday," said meteorologist Tracey Ress. Since Sunday, the city has logged 24.2 inches of snow at Juneau International Airport and 31.7 inches on Mendenhall...
Alaska Digest

...39 feet by Friday morning. Flood stage on the river is 43 feet. "It appears this annual event is now over," said Tracey Ress, a Juneau-based National Weather Service meteorologist on Friday. The river flood watch was issued at 8 a.m...
Alaska Digest

...record of 80 degrees set in 1997, Juneau could top 80 degrees again today, National Weather Service meteorologist Tracey Ress said early Wednesday evening. The high is forecast to end up somewhere between 77 and 83 degrees. "By Juneau standards...
Thank you

...involvement, day camp ran smoothly and made enduring memories for Juneau Girl Scouts. Juneau Service Unit of the Tongass Alaska Girl Scout Council Kimberly Vaughan, Andy Peterson, Shawn Sypeck, Debbie Germain, Rosemary Williams and Tracey Ress


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