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Weather Index

Alaska's all-time cold record turns 40; Ned Rozell. #2048; 11/26/11

Diamond dust dazzles on dog days; Ned Rozell. #2038; 11/17/10

Arctic haze on the wane; Ned Rozell. #1989; 12/9/09

Waterspouts, dust devils, williwaws and tornadoes; Ned Rozell. #1977; 9/16/09

Northern life endures a midwinter's thaw; Ned Rozell. #1944; 1/28/09

The rigors of research in the cold; Ned Rozell. #1941; 1/07/09

Mortgage is paid on flood control project; Ned Rozell. #1919; 8/6/08

Due for a spell of the roaring 90s; Ned Rozell. #1913; 6/25/08

Chinook had Alaskans dreaming of green Christmas; Ned Rozell. #1834; 12/20/06

Burned Alaska may cause more burned Alaska; Ned Rozell. #1831; 11/29/06

On the trail of the snow-eater; Ned Rozell. #1825; 10/18/06

Lightning's puzzling preference in the North; Ned Rozell. #1806; 06/07/06

Live Higher, Stay Warmer (At Least in Fairbanks); Ned Rozell. #1792; 03/01/06

2005 fire season again oddly large: Ned Rozell. #1784; 01/05/05

The physics of life at forty below: Ned Rozell. #1783; 12/28/05

Even more Alaska news from San Francisco: Ned Rozell. #1782; 12/21/05

More Alaska news from San Francisco: Ned Rozell. #1781; 12/14/05

No hurricanes in Alaska, but. . .: Ned Rozell. #1774; 10/27/05

Floating school on a warmer Arctic Ocean: Ned Rozell. #1764; 08/18/05

Alaska shrews getting larger because they're warmer?: Ned Rozell. #1755; 06/16/05.

Temperature Trivia for the Mercury-Addicted: Ned Rozell. #1322; 01/30/97. #1725; 11/18/04.

Alaska Weather to be Digested Differently: Ned Rozell. #1685; 02/12/04.

Death of a Temperature Inversion: Ned Rozell. #1683; 01/29/04.

Lightning Returns with a Flash and a Bang: Ned Rozell. #1653 06/19/03.

Alaska Weather Patterns Skewed by Terrain: Ned Rozell. #1593; 05/09/02

A New Look at the Arctic's Reaction to Climate Change: Ned Rozell. #1582; 02/21/02

On the Trail of the Snow-Eater: Ned Rozell.
#1577; 01/17/02

Islands of Warmth in a Sea of Cool; Ned Rozell. #1574; 12/27/01

Jet Streams, Wet Weather, and Floods: Ned Rozell.
#1504; 8/24/00

Tiny Creatures Give Clues to Past Climate: Ned Rozell. #1486; 4/19/00

Computer Models Help Predict the Future: Ned Rozell. #1485; 04/12/00.

A Dusting of Facts About Snow: Ned Rozell. #1474; 01/19/00.

Islands of Warmth in a Sea of Cool: Ned Rozell. #1458; #1574; 09/22/99.

Lightning's Puzzling Preference in the North: Ned Rozell. #1444; 06/10/99.

The Ups and Downs of Life on Frozen Ground: Ned Rozell. #1443; 06/02/99.

Alaska has the Highest, the Coldest, the Wettest?:Ned Rozell. #1440; 05/12/99.

Of Brown and White Clouds: Ned Rozell. #1437; 04/21/99.

Live Higher, Stay Warmer (At Least in Fairbanks): Ned Rozell. #1434; 03/31/99.

Effects of "the Little Girl" on Alaska: Ned Rozell. #1429; 02/24/99.

Some Alaskans See a Change in the Weather: Ned Rozell. #1412; 10/29/98.

A Common-Sense Measure of Climate Change: Ned Rozell. #1392; 06/10/98.

The El Nino of the North and Salmon: Ned Rozell. #1379; 03/09/98.

More Than Moonglow: Carla Helfferich. #1367; 12/10/97.

High-Pressure System Keeps Alaska Warm and Dry: Ned Rozell. #1345; 07/10/97.

Temperature Trivia for the Mercury-Addicted: Ned Rozell. #1322; 01/30/97.

Dance of the Dust Devils: Ned Rozell. #1289; 6/13/96.

Jets in the Living Room? Blame Inversion: Ned Rozell. #1268; 01/17/96.

Recipe for a Cold Snap: Ned Rozell. #1267; 01/04/96.

Alaska-sized Rainbows Sprout on the Last Frontier: Ned Rozell. #1240; 06/22/95.

Lightning Returns with a Flash and a Bang: Ned Rozell. #1235; 05/18/95.

Pulling Teeth to Analyze Climate Change: Ned Rozell. #1215; 12/22/94.

Aurora Weather: Carla Helfferich. #1151; 09/15/93.

Summertime's Sound and Light Show: Carla Helfferich. #1143; 07/21/93.

Puzzles in the Greenhouse: Carla Helfferich. #1049; 09/25/91.

Huffing, Puffing and Blowing Your House Down: Carla Helfferich. #1036; 06/26/97.

What is a Normal Summer: Sue Ann Bowling. #1034; 06/12/91.

December's Wild Weather: Carla Helfferich. #1011; 01/02/91.

Where the Thunder Rolls: Carla Helfferich. #934; 07/12/89.

Bad News Beautifully Packaged: Carla Helfferich. #930; 06/14/89.

Alaska's Cold Spell of January, 1989: Gerd Wendler. #912; 02/08/89.

Beaufort's Scale : Carla Helfferich. #911; 02/02/89.

When the Deep Freeze Warms Up: H. L. Tanaka. #906; 12/28/88.

No Hurricanes for Alaska: Carla Helfferich. #892; 09/25/88.

Ultra-Long Range Weather Forecasting: Sue Ann Bowling. #889; 09/05/88.

Let the Rain Come Down: Sue Ann Bowling. #880; 06/04/88.

The Hawaiian-Siberian Express: Sue Ann Bowling. #860; 02/15/88.

1987 in Alaska---The Eleventh Straight Warm Year: Sue Ann Bowling. #855; 01/11/88.

When It's Winter in Alaska: Sue Ann Bowling. #849; 11/30/87.

What is a Normal Summer?: Sue Ann Bowling. #827; 06/29/87.

Cumulus Couds and Cloud Streets: Sue Ann Bowling. #824; 06/08/87.

Flying Saucer Clouds: Sue Ann Bowling. #811; 03/09/87.

The CO2 Warming: Sue Ann Bowling. #810; 03/02/87.

Open Water in the Ice Pack: Larry Gedney. #767; 05/05/86.

Cold Places: Gunter Weller. #682; 09/21/84.

Partly Cloudy or Partly Sunny?: Larry Gedney. #681; 09/14/84.

It's Time Again for Noctilucent Clouds: Larry Gedney. #676; 08/16/84.

Weather Predictions Through the Ages: Larry Gedney. #662; 04/26/84.

Fluctuating Sea Ice Cover in the Bering Sea: Joseph Niebauer. #660; 04/28/84.

On Reading the Clouds: Dan Swift. #584; 07/17/83.

Cloud Altitudes: Larry Gedney. #571; 10/15/82.

Alaska's Weather and Climate: T. Neil Davis. #514; 11/30/81.

Mugwumping It: T. Neil Davis. #466; 02/06/81.

Differences in Air Temperature: T. Neil Davis. #458; 12/23/80.

Arctic Storm Effects: T. Neil Davis. #421; 08/25/80.

Climatic Variations: Hans Stenbaek-Nielsen. #353; 11/20/79.

Noctilucent Clouds: T. Neil Davis. #346; 09/28/79.

Hail Formation: Dan O'Neill. #328; 08/09/79.

Northern Thunderstorms: T. Neil Davis. #324; 07/06/79.

On Climatic Cycles: T. Neil Davis. #314; 05/21/79.

Aleutian Lightning: T. Neil Davis. #311; 06/04/79.

Daily Temperature Variations: T. Neil Davis. #303; 05/17/79.

Wind-Driven Ocean Currents: T. Neil Davis. #291; 02/15/79.

Serious Weather Predictions: T. Neil Davis. #290; 01/26/79.

Pre-Storm Green Sky: T. Neil Davis. #262; 10/06/78.

Fata Morgana: T. Neil Davis. #261; 09/01/78.

The Moon and Weather: Henry Cole. #259; 09/21/78.

Dust Devils: T. Neil Davis. #227; 06/02/78.

Alaskan Killer Waves: T. Neil Davis. #225; 02/15/78.

The Green Flash: T. Neil Davis. #209; 12/20/77.

Cause of the 1967 Fairbanks Flood: T. Neil Davis. #177; 08/06/77.

Thunderstorms in Alaska: Kolf Jayaweera. #155; 10/21/77.

Unusual Weather: T. Neil Davis and SueAnn Bowling. #140; 1/17/77.

Cloud Writing: T. Neil Davis. #135; 12/01/76.

Fairbanks' Changing Climate: W. B. Murcray. #116; 01/15/77.

Predicting Local Weather: T. Neil Davis. #114; 09/18/76.

Tornadoes: T. Neil Davis. #89; 07/08/76.

Great Balls of Fire!: W. B. Murcray. #62; 05/10/76.

Temperature Inversion--What Causes it?: T. Neil Davis. #7; 03/01/76.

Temperature Inversions: T. Neil Davis. #3; 03/01/76.