July 18's low temperature at Utqiaġvik (Barrow) was 49°F (9°C). This is not only a new record high for the minimum temperature on that date, surpassing the old record of 47°F (8°C) set in 1951, but only one degree from the highest minimum temperature of record in July of 50°F (10°C), set most recently on July 13, 2016.
The temperature at King Salmon rose to 80°F (27°C) on July 23. This is a new record for that date, eclipsing the previous record of 78°F (26°C), set in 2013. The normal high at King Salmon in late July is 64°F (18°C).
Unusually strong winds associated with a large storm in the Bering Sea brought widespread power outages to the greater Fairbanks area on July 24. Winds gusting 35–40 mph over several hours brought branches onto power lines. More than 8000 Golden Valley Electric Association customers lost power, and a few were without power for more than eight hours. Alaska Public Media featured the event as, "Strong winds sweep through Interior."
Talkeetna's temperature on the afternoon of June 1 rose to 79° (26°C). This is the highest temperature of record for the first day of June, exceeding the previous record of 77°F (25°C) set in 1996. Climate observaitrons have been made at Talkeetna since 1918.
The high temperature at Bethel on June 2 was 76°F (24°C). This just exceeded the previous record high for the date of 75°F (24°C), set in 1993. Climate observations have been made at Bethel since 1923.
The average temperature during June at Utqiaġvik (Barrow) was 34.7°F (1.5°C). This is less than one degree below normal, but marks the first month to be cooler than normal by any amount since December 2015.
The temperature at Gulkana topped out at 87°F (31°C) on June 9. This just broke the previous record for the date of 86°F (30°C), set in 1957.
June in Juneau typically has the fewest number of days with measurable precipitation (0.01" or more) of any month in the year (average 16 days). However, this year there were 23 days with measurable precipitation, which ties with 1963 as the third greatest for any June. Rainfall was above normal at 3.86" ( 98.0mm), which is 119% of normal. However, many June months have had a greater total. Climate observations have been made at the Juneau airport since the late 1930s.
Fairbanks Airport received 1.03" (26.2mm) of rain on June 11. This not only broke the previous record for the date 0.96" (24.4mm) set in 2016, but it is also the earliest date in the summer to have an inch or more of rainfall. The previous earliest one-inch day was June 12, 1955.