01/24/12 - 8:39am
If the stride of your bunny boots makes the concrete groan and the crunch of snow echo wildly through the arctic air, perhaps you’re in the midst of the Alaska winter.
By any measure, the Kenai Peninsula’s winter is serious. But ask a local and they are likely to compare the Kenai’s worst to the average of the state’s more northern cities — say Fairbanks or the Interior.
But this winter, particularly the last several weeks, area temperatures have been nippy, reaching lows of 25 below or worse in some areas.
But just how is this winter stacking up to others?