Near Record Warm March and Late Winter at St. Paul

March 2018

The average temperature at St. Paul Island in the Pribilofs for March was 33.3°F (0.7°C), making this the warmest March in more than 80 years. The only milder March months were in 1935 and 1937.  This was also the second mildest late winter (January through March) season of record, with an average temperature of 32.9°F (0.5°F). Only late winter 1937 was milder, with an average of 33.6°F (0.9°F). 

Latitude: 
57.12
Longitude: 
-170.28
Kind: 
High Temperatures
Interval: 
Monthly

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