Near Record Warm July in Ketchikan

July 2018

The average temperature at Ketchikan in July was 63.4°F (17.4°C). This is almost six degrees warmer than normal and makes this the second warmest July of record. Only July 1958, with an average temperature of 63.8°F (17.7°C) was warmer. Climate observations have been made at Ketchikan, with only a few breaks, since 1910. 

Latitude: 
55.35
Longitude: 
-131.71
Kind: 
High Temperatures
Interval: 
Monthly

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