Ketchikan August 2011

Ketchikan'saverage temperature of 56.8°F in August was 1.2°F below the long-term mean. The highest temperature of the month measured 71°F on the 9th, while the low temperature of 44°F occurred on the 25thof the month. While the mean monthly temperature was somewhat below the expected value, nevertheless the daily temperature ranges followed fairly closely the long-term means. No new temperature extremes were observed.

Juneau August 2011

InJuneau , the average temperature was 53.1°F, markedly (-2.8°F) below normal for August. It is notable that both the maximum temperature (66°F) and the minimum temperature (40°F) for the month occurred on the same day, the 13thof August.

Anchorage August 2011

Anchorage recorded an average temperature of 54.9°F, 1.8°F below normal. During the whole month of August, the temperature never reached 70°F the highest temperature occurred on the 16that 68°F and the low of 41°F was observed on the 28th. No temperature records were set during the month, and the observed temperatures followed fairly closely the expected values.

Big Delta August 2011

Big Deltareported a mean temperature of 53.6°F, which is 1.2°F below the long-term mean temperature for August. The high temperature of the month was observed on the 4thwith 70°F and the low temperatures for the month occurred on 8that only 34°F. While this latter value came close to the absolute minimum of 33°F observed in 1969, no new extreme temperatures were observed during this month.

Precipitation totaled 1.44", 24% below the expected amount. Just as for temperatures, no new precipitations records were set.

Fairbanks August 2011

InFairbanks the average temperature was 57.2°F, 1.1°F above the long term mean for August. The high temperature for the month was 76°F on the 4thof August, while the lowest temperature of 40°F was observed on the 8thof the month. In general it was found that the whole month was close to normal and no new daily records, be it maxima or minima, were observed during August.

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