Record Warm Cold Season for Western and Northern Alaska

Record Warm Cold Season for Western and Northern Alaska

Record Warm Cold Season for Western and Northern Alaska

March 2018

The six month October through March "cold season" was the warmest of record (since 1925) from the Aleutians northward across western Alaska and North Slope. Much of the rest of the state was also unusually mild. The primary exception was the eastern Gulf of Alaska and Southeast, where for the six months, temperatures were not too far from normal. 

Latitude: 
64.20
Longitude: 
-162.30
Kind: 
High Temperatures
Interval: 
Seasonal and Longer

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