A large chunk of northwest Alaska is under a winter storm warning that extends through Election Day.
The National Weather Service has issued a storm warning for a large area that includes Kotzebue, Kivalina and Noorvik. In some areas under the warning, heavy and blowing snow could be a problem.
Victor Proton is with the weather service in Fairbanks. He says that in the Kotzebue area, the forecast calls for 2 to 4 inches and possibly more of wet snow.
Proton says snow had already started to fall Monday in some areas under the warning.
Tuesday is Election Day across Alaska.