PHOTOS: A Wolf Moon hangs over Anchorage as the subzero temps begin to ease

Anchorage has plunged below zero degrees Fahrenheit for the past week, freezing the ponds, trails, trees and roads.

But, according to The National Weather Service, temperatures may rise next week, barely breaking into the single digits, and will continue to rise the following week.

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