From: Anchorage Daily News
Late-May snow sets multiple records for Anchorage
The unseasonable snowfall Friday and Saturday has set a slew of new records in Anchorage, the National Weather Service says.
The 2012-13 snow season was 232 days long as of Saturday, the longest on record for the city, according to a Weather Service statement.
The previous record was 230 days, set in 1981-82. The season is measured from the first day of measurable snowfall – Sept. 29 this season – until the last.
The high temperature Friday was 37 degrees, which set a new daily record for the coldest maximum temperature on May 17. The old record was a high of 44 degrees in 1971, according to the Weather Service.
And finally, the 0.3 inches of snowfall on Friday in Anchorage set a daily record for May 17. Another 0.1 inches had fallen by 10 a.m. Saturday, also a daily record.
Here is how much snow landed in each corner of town and in parts of the Mat-Su….
Upper De Armoun: 6.0 inches