Warmest Autumn of Record at Nome

Autumn average temperatures in Nome since 1906. The typical autumn is now more the 3 degrees F warmer than in the mid-20th century.

Autumn average temperatures in Nome since 1906.

November 2018

2018 brought Nome the warmest autumn in more than a century of climate observations. The average temperature for September through November was 36.9°F (2.7°C) which was 7.4°F (4.1°C) above normal. The previous warmest autumn was in 1926, when the average temperature was 36.3°F (2.4°C).

Latitude: 
64.51
Longitude: 
-165.41
Kind: 
High Temperatures
Interval: 
Seasonal and Longer

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