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A real pane to weather

 

February 16, 2017

Dan Rudy / Wrangell Sentinel

Contractors measure a window needing replacement at a Lynch Street storefront, after high winds dislodged a hanging sign between Monday night and early Tuesday morning. The National Weather Service out of Juneau reported gusts neared but had not topped 60 miles per hour during the wind storm, which was accompanied by a fair amount of rain. The low pressure system hit the Panhandle's islands over the weekend, and temperatures actually warmed Wrangell thermometers through Monday evening, hitting a high of 55 degrees. Once the storm passed Tuesday morning, temps steadily dropped again to a day...



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