Snow likely in Anchorage but the melt continues

Snow likely in Anchorage but the melt continues
Snow likely in Anchorage but the melt continues
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) – Anchorage and the Mat-Su Valleys will likely see some snow overnight Monday. The snow will likely start about 2 a.m. and should be finished by about 10 oclock on Tuesday morning. Only about an inch of snow is expected to come down. Warm daytime temperatures will continue to cause melting. Watch for those big puddles.

ANCHORAGE (KTUU) – Anchorage will continue to be home to multiple athletic and academic competitions – including March Madness Alaska – happening through the year 2023 according to Visit Anchorage, which announced the deal Monday.

The agreement comes following a bidding process examining facility, hotel, flight, support and other category capacities and offerings. Cost advantage also played a big role in the decision to hold the numerous tournaments, meets and other events in Alaskas largest city.

ASAAs executive director, Billy Strickland, said in a release that having so many Alaska high school alumni in Anchorage allows the tournament to bring people together from all across Alaska.

Anchorage is Alaskas largest and most accessible community, said Julie Saupe, President and CEO of Visit Anchorage, in a release. We are a great fit to host ASAAs major statewide events.

“We look forward to hosting the participants and having them enjoy Anchorages amenities,” she said.

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