Study predicts more rain than snow in some areas of Alaska

06/18/2014 | KDLG-AM/KDLG-FM (Dillingham, Alaska)

Alaska could get more rain than snow in the future, according to a study in the journal Hydrological Processes. In the warmer parts of the state, "there could be a shift from snowier to rainier conditions depending on the climate projection that we use," University of Nevada, Reno, geography professor and report author Stephanie McAfee said. She noted that such conditions could make it easier for caribou and moose to find food during the winter.

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