Juneau March 2012

InJuneau , the average temperature was 33.0°F, slightly below the normal of 33.8°F for March. The maximum temperatures for the month (51°F) occurred on the 28thand the minimum temperature (16°F) was recorded on the 5thof March. No new temperature records were set during the whole month, and temperatures were quite close to normal.

Anchorage March 2012

Anchorage recorded an average temperature of 21.4°F, 5.2°F below the normal of 26.6°F. This is a remarkable change from February, during which month the mean temperature was higher than March's mean temperature. The maximum temperature of the month occurred on the 29thand once again on the 31stwith 47°F, while a minimum temperature of 0°F was observed on the 12thof March. The observed temperatures were below normal for the month with the exception of the last week, which was seasonally warmer than normal no new daily records were set during the month.

Big Delta March 2012

InBig Delta the mean March temperature was 7.1°F, somewhat higher than the temperature of Fairbanks, and -7.0°F below the long term mean for March. It is believed this is caused by the more frequent occurrences of Chinook winds, which bring warmer than seasonally normal temperatures. This station is situated much closer to the Alaska Range, hence more affected by these winds. The highest monthly temperatures of 43°F was observed on the 29thand 30thMarch, while the minimum temperature (-28°F) occurred on the 5th. No new records were set during the month.

Fairbanks March 2012

In Fairbanks the average March temperature was 4.5°F, a substantial 6.9°F below the long term mean. Furthermore, the mean temperature was colder in March than in February, a relatively infrequent occurrence. The high temperature for the month was 44°F on the 28thMarch, while the lowest temperature was a frigid -30°F observed on the 5thof the month. For most of the month, the temperatures were below normal with the exception of the last week. No new daily records were set.

King Salmon December 2010

In December 2010, the temperature of King Salmon was 6.9°F, far below the normal temperature of 17.2°F. This is indeed a very strong deviation from the long-term mean (1971-2000) of -10.3°F. The warmest temperature occurred on 3 December with 37°F, while the minimum of -13°F was observed on the 21 December. The 3rd was also the day on which the highest wind speed was recorded the greatest gust was 60 mph. The monthly precipitation was 1.11" water-equivalent, 80% of normal. More than 1/3 of it fell on 30th (0.37").

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