A mix of high and low temperatures and precipitation across Alaska marked June 2012.
Nearly universally below normal temperatures developed across most of Alaska for July.
Below normal temperatures settled across most of Alaska for August.
Alaska Statewide Climate Summary
Repeated early autumn storms pounded Southcentral Alaska in September, bringing high winds and rain to the region that resulted in wind damage and flooding.
Colder than normal temperatures dominated much of the state this October; this was especially true in the latter half of the month.
Colder than normal temperatures settled in across most of Alaska throughout much of November.
Much like November, colder than normal temperatures were the norm for Alaska, with all twenty first-order stations reporting temperatures below the expected values.