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Welcome!

Alaska, the largest state in the union, represents our furthest north location of the CoCoRaHS Network.  With precipitation ranging from blinding winter blizzards to interior summer thunderstorms CoCoRaHS looks forward to filling in the gaps and mapping what falls from the sky across the 49th state.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer observer please contact one of our Alaska coordinators below or click "Join CoCoRaHS in Alaska".

We're now posting daily precipitation and snow data for Alaska (snowdepth and snowfall) on Google Maps, click here to check them out!

Current Newsletter: October 2010

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Alaska CoCoRaHS State Coordinator
Anchorage Regional Coordinator:

Peter Q. Olsson
Alaska State Climate Center
Northern Institute for Environmental Research
University of Alaska, Anchorage
Anchorage, AK 99501
907.786.7234
olsson@aeff.uaa.alaska.edu

Southeastern/Panhandle Coordinator:
Kimberly Vaughan
National Weather Service
Juneau Forecast Office
8500 Mendenhall Loop Road
Juneau, AK 99801
907-790-6818

kimberly.vaughan@noaa.gov

Fairbanks Regional Coordinator:
Volunteer position available

Alaska Native Villages Regional Coordinator:
Volunteer position available