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raven mad

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Hometown: Interior Alaska
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Current location: Fairbanks
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From the Daily News-Miner: Record warm temperatures expected in Interior Alaska

FAIRBANKS - Interior Alaska's snow cover is shrinking fast, and record temperatures forecast for the rest of the week will speed the process even more.
Temperatures from Fairbanks south to the Alaska Range could reach record highs on Thursday and Friday, according to the National Weather Service. A ridge of high pressure is stuck over the area, and a low-pressure system moving into the Gulf of Alaska is expected to pump warm air north.


Highs from the 40s to mid-50s are expected under mostly sunny skies.


46 above at 4:50 p.m. in March is just WEIRD. I don't much like it - but the kitties do. The first climate change denier I run into at the store tonight is going to get kicked in the shins.

WHAT A SLED DOG RACE!!!!!!!!!!!

Family affair: Dallas, Mitch Seavey cruise to one-two Iditarod finish

NOME -- Behind a strong team of nine champion Alaskan huskies, 28-year-old Dallas Seavey from Willow rolled under the burled arch on Front Street in this fabled gold mining town in the wee hours of Wednesday to seal the deal on a victory in the 1,000-mile Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race and put the Seavey stamp solidly on the current era of Alaska dog mushing.


AND HIS DADDY FINISHES SECOND! Wow, what a race - I was hoping for Aliy, but this one also just rocked! Starting from Fairbanks, one of the coldest Iditarod's on record, decent snow................ GO PUPPIES!!!!

http://www.adn.com/article/20150318/seavey-cruises-third-iditarod-crown
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