Big Delta February 2012
InBig Delta the mean February temperature was 17.7°F, substantially higher than the temperature of Fairbanks. It is believed this is caused by the more frequent occurrences of Chinook winds, which normally bring in above seasonal temperatures. This station is situated much closer to the Alaska Range, consequently is more affected by these winds. The monthly deviation was very large with a positive value of 12.8°F. The highest monthly temperature (42°F) was observed on the 10th, while the minimum temperature (-21°F) occurred on the 4th. The maximum temperature on the 13th, 37°F, tied the old record high of 1969 for this day.
Precipitation in February was reported as 0.42" water-equivalent, 0.14" above normal.