Fire and Smoke

Fires in Alaska have diminished with the colder and more humid 'fall' weather. Fire information and prediction of smoke dispersion downwind from active fires are available through our 'UAFSMOKE' initiative.

June 2017 Statewide Summary Available

Wildfires June 2017

Our Statewide Summary for June 2017 is now available. June 2017 marks 18 months out of the last 20 months with mean statewide temperatures at or above normal. The mean monthly temperature for June 2017 was above normal with the mean temperature of all First Order Stations at 53.5°F, 1.8°F above the normal of 51.7°F....... Read More

June 2017 Cities Summary Available

Nome June 2017

Our Nine Cities Summary for June 2017 is now available here.

May 2017 Statewide Summary Available

Our Statewide Summary for May 2017 is now available. The mean monthly temperature for May 2017 was above normal with the mean temperature of all First Order Stations at 44.4°F, 1.6°F above the normal of 42.8°F. This is 3.2°F below the May 2016 mean of 47.6°F...... Read More

May 2017 Cities Summary Available

Our Nine Cities Summary for May 2017 is now available here.

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