If high temperatures melt snow and that leads to a bear’s den getting flooded, that’s another reason the bear might head outside. It’ll likely try to find another den, Farley said.
Michael Soltis’ death is the second fatal bear attack in the Anchorage municipality in two summers.
The storm that walloped Southcentral Alaska also left about 32 inches of snow in Moose Pass and 30 in Seward.
Location: Two locations in the same Hillside neighborhood: 1st Location: Metz Court, 2nd Location: Park Hills Drive – Anchorage,
When temperatures are warm enough, it's a time many Alaskans take their families out swimming. Sometimes the fun comes along with an annoying rash known as 'Swimmer's Itch.'