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Old May 25th, 2007, 08:36 PM
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Default Re: stupid question...does it actually snow when you are the

Originally Posted by kimbo
I know snow is plentiful on the glaciers and such, but do you seen snow falling while you are in alaska?
I don't like posts titled "stupid question"... there are no "stupid questions", only stupid posters like me! ;-)

I see snow falling while I'm in Alaska, but that's only in the winter months. If you're visiting during peak months (June, July, August) you will not see snow falling. I've seen snow in Juneau during early May and late September, and if you're on any of the land-tours that take you to Barrow or Prudhoe Bay there's a small chance of seeing snow fall in late September, but don't count on it.

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