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Record snow fall in Anchorage, AlaskaRecord snow fall in Anchorage, Alaska

(2:19) April 7, 2012, Anchorage set a record for snow fall with 133.6 inches for the year. Time lapse of the overnight snow followed by the clean up.

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Guest: Tin Tin (926 days ago)
Just donating 2 lumps of coal and 1 carrot will help Alaska stay snow free.
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Just donating 2 lumps of coal and 1 carrot will help Alaska stay snow free.
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cengland0 cengland0 (925 days ago)
Record snow fall? What happened to global warming?
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Record snow fall? What happened to global warming?
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Guest: Richard S (925 days ago)
Latest comment: It's almost as if it's being risened from the ground up; in a similar manner as to how the devil's milk shaldt follow your ankles to your heart: if you're not careful and seek sinful lives.
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Latest comment: It's almost as if it's being risened from the ground up; in a similar manner as to how the devil's milk shaldt follow your ankles to your heart: if you're not careful and seek sinful lives.
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Guest: Just Kidding (926 days ago)
As efficient as the UK in clearing snow.
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As efficient as the UK in clearing snow.
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