Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Good luck Alaska - massive storm moves in

A massive storm is moving in towards the west coast of Alaska today.  There have already been reports of storm damage in an area that's used to rocky weather.  Officials with the national weather service say the forecasts call for up to 14 inches of snow, sustained winds of 50 miles per hour, gusts to 75 and 8-9 feet of storm surge in Nome, Alaska - population 3,505.

A satellite loop showing the storm approach and enter the Bering Sea on Tuesday, November 8 into Wednesday, November 9, 2011.


Hang in there people!   Read the a full story about the storm over at, Bering Sea Superstorm Slamming West Alaska.

UPDATE:   Check out the footage from Nome:  Alaska's Epic Storm November 2011.

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