City Summary Archive
The average temperature in Juneau for November was 29.7°F, 3.7°F below the long-term mean. This is also the seventh consecutive month with below normal temperatures. The maximum temperature of the month was 44°F on the 5th, while the minimum was 11°F and occurred on the 30th.
Total precipitation was lower than normal at 4.59"; this represents only 77% of the expected amount of 5.99". Total snowfall for the month was 15.4", 2.3" above normal. The average wind speed was 5.0 mph, and the maximum wind speed of 46 mph occurred on the 14th, blowing from an easterly direction.
Ketchikan reported an average temperature this November of 39.9°F, 1.5°F above the long-term mean of 38.4°F. The maximum temperature for the month was 53°F, which occurred on the 4th, while the minimum (21°F) was reported on the 1st, and this was a new daily record low, the old record of 24°F was set in 1984. For most the rest of the month, temperatures stayed around normal.
Precipitation was near normal, totaling 17.11", or just 3% above of the long term mean of 16.63".
Barrow experienced the eighth month in a row with above normal temperatures this November. The mean value was 5.9°F, a positive deviation of 5.2°F above the normal of 0.7°F. Temperatures tended at or above normal for the month. The lowest temperature (-16°F) occurred on the 22nd, while the highest temperature (29°F) was reported on the 8thand 9th.
Precipitation in Barrow (0.48") was heavy at 129% above the normal value of 0.21". Snowfall totaled 14.8", 9.1" above normal. Trace amounts or more of precipitation was recorded on 27 days of the month. The average wind speed was 10.1 mph, while the maximum gust (39 mph) occurred on the 13th, blowing from a westerly direction.
Nome had a mean temperature for November of 14.5°F, 2.4°F below the normal value of 16.9°F. The maximum temperature was reported at 31°F on the 9th and 10th. The minimum temperature for the month was observed on the 22nd at -6°F.
Like September and October, November had below normal precipitation with an astonishing low total of 0.02". This is just 2% of the normal amount of 1.22". Snowfall totaled 0.2", again just 2% of the normal of 12.1". The average monthly wind speed was 5.4 mph, while the maximum wind speed was 47 mph, and occurred on the 14th of the month, blowing from an easterly direction.
In King Salmon the average temperature for November was 15.2°F, a significant 7.7°F below the long-term mean of 22.9°F. Temperatures were below normal for most of the month with the exception of a about week around the 12th. The minimum temperature (-4°F) for the month was reported on the 23rd and the 29th, while the maximum temperature occurred on the 9th at 50°F, tying the daily record high set in 1993.
King Salmon experienced a greater than normal amount of precipitation with a total of 1.60", 0.21", or 15%, above the long-term mean. Total monthly snowfall was 2.9", 4.0" below normal. The average wind speed was 11.1 mph, and the highest gust of 44 mph occurred on the 2nd, blowing from a northerly direction.
Nome had a mean temperature for October of 30.6°F, 1.9°F above the normal value of 28.7°F. The maximum temperature was reported at 47°F on the 3rd. The minimum temperature for the month was observed on the 28thand 31stat 14°F.
Like September, October had below normal precipitation with a total of 1.36". This is 0.25" under the normal amount of 1.61". Snowfall totaled 2.1", 2.5" under the normal. The average monthly wind speed was 9.4 mph, while the maximum wind speed was 49 mph, and occurred on the 5thof the month blowing from an easterly direction.
InKing Salmon the average temperature for October was just under freezing at 31.3°F, 2.2°F below the long term mean. Temperatures were warm for the first third of the month, and then veered to the cold side afterwards. The minimum temperature (4°F) for the month was reported on the 21st, while the maximum temperature occurred on the 7that 61°F, creating a new daily record high, topping the 1925 record of 59°F. Then on the 11th, the high of 56°F tied the record set in 2009.
King Salmon had a less than normal amount of precipitation with a total of 1.86", 0.22" below the long-term mean. Despite the low total, there was a record rainfall on the 7th, with 0.86", besting the 1949 record of 0.71". With the colder temperatures in the later part of the month came two record snowfalls. First, 3.9" fell on the 13th, breaking the 1966 record of 1.5". This was followed with 7.2" on the 14th, shattering the 1956 record of 3.0". Total monthly snowfall was 11.6", 8.8" above normal. The average wind speed was 10.5 mph, and the highest gust of 48 mph occurred on the 4th, blowing from a southerly direction. The 1stset a daily record for the peak wind speed at 36 mph the pervious record had been 32 mph set in 2011.
Kodiak was cooler than normal for October, having a mean temperature of 39.5°F, 1.0°F less than the expected mean of 40.5°F. The maximum temperature for the month (56°F) was observed on the 7th, and the minimum temperature was 24°F, reported on the 22ndand 29th. Temperatures were warm for the first half of the month, and then mixed for the second half.
Precipitation was light at just 57% of normal with a total of 4.71", 3.55" under the normal amount of 8.26". The average wind speed was 9.0 mph, while the highest wind gust occurred on the 15that 46 mph, blowing from a westerly direction.
InDelta Junction the mean temperature for October (21.9°F) was a 2.2°F below the long-term normal of 24.1°F. The highest temperature, a pleasant 61°F, was observed on the 4th, while the lowest temperature hit -12°F on the 24th. Temperatures were warm for the firstthird of the month, and then tended to the cold side for the remainder. Along with the warm temperatures for the first part of the month was a new record high set on the 5that 59°F, breaking the previous record of 57°F set back in 1952.
Precipitation was near normal with a reported total of 0.78", a mere 3% below the expected amount (0.80").