Juneau October 2011

In Juneau, the average temperature was 42.2°F, very slightly below the long-term mean of 42.4°F for October. The maximum temperatures for the month (53°F) occurred on the 1st and the minimum temperature (28°F) occurred on the 3rd October. Precipitation totaled 7.39", which is somewhat below the normal of 8.63". As might be deduced from the high precipitation totals found in the Southeast Alaska, sky cover averaged 90%, with no clear days, 4 partly cloudy days and 27 cloudy days.

Anchorage October 2011

Anchorage recorded an average temperature of 36.8°F, 2°F above the long-term mean. The maximum temperature of the month occurred on the 3rd and 8th of October at 51°F, while a minimum temperature of 15°F was observed on the last day of the month. No new records were set, and the observed temperatures followed fairly closely the expected values. Precipitation was reported at 1.70", somewhat below the normal value of 2.03". The mean monthly cloudiness was relatively high (70%) and during the whole month only 2 clear day were observed.

Big Delta October 2011

Big Delta reported a mean temperature of 28.4°F, which is far above the long-term mean temperature of 24.1°F for October. The high temperature of the month was observed on the 2nd at 54°F, while the minimum of -3°F occurred on the last day of the month. Precipitation totaled 0.19" water-equivalent, far below the normal of 0.80" for the month, lower even than Fairbanks both in the total amount as well as the deviation from normal. No new temperature or precipitation records were observed.

Fairbanks October 2011

In Fairbanks the average temperature was 28.9°F, a substantial (4.7°F) above October's long-term mean. This continues the above normal temperatures observed in September. The high temperature for the month was 57°F on the 2nd of October, while the lowest temperature of -2°F was observed on the last day of the month. Precipitation in October was 0.32" water equivalent, far below the expected value of 0.83". This deficit in precipitation can be also seen from the limited snowfall of 4.2" for the month, which is far below the mean value of 10.8".

Kodiak December 2011

Kodiak reported for December an average temperature of 28.4°F. The mean monthly temperature was 2.8°F below the long-term mean of 31.2°F. The maximum temperature of 47°F for the month occurred on the 2nd this represents a new absolute high for this specific day. The old record was 46°F from 1992. The daily record high temperature was matched on the 18th at 44.0°F. This ties 1985, 1969 and 1937. The lowest temperature happened on the last day of the month with ‑3°F. This day and on two previous days new record low temperatures were tied or broken.

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