A severe Polar air mass sent cold records tumbling in Alaska last week, including two new all-time daily snowfall records near Evansville; located just south of the Gates of the Arctic National Park.
According to official NOAA data, a new all-time daily Highest Snowfall record of 3.39 inches (8.61 cm) was set for September 17 at Bettles Airport, AK last Tuesday, smashing the previous record of 0.51 inches (1.3 cm) set back in 1993.
Furthermore, the Airport also busted its all-time Highest Snow Depth record for the same day with a new observation of 3.15 inches (8 cm).
2019 now holds the record of Bettles snowiest-ever Sept 17 in weather station data going back some 74 years, to 1945.
The cold times are returning, in line with historically low solar activity:
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