Most of Alaska, northern Yukon and the northwestern portion of the Northwest Territories (NT) were significantly warmer than normal during this past winter, with some areas in western Alaska near record warmth. In contrast, much of British Columbia and southwest NT were significantly cooler than normal. In between, there was a narrow area where temperatures averaged near normal. Precipitation totals this past winter were well below normal over a large part of the NT, southern Yukon and southeast Alaska, while much of mainland Alaska, northern Yukon and northeast BC were considerably wetter than average. Like temperatures, there were only small areas with near normal precipitation.
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