Friday, November 18, 2011

Bitter Cold November 2011 Alaska Temperatures





Bitter Early Winter Cold Temperatures in Alaska

From: US National Weather Service Alaska
Several record low temperatures which were set more than 40 years ago were broken overnight (November 17, 2011) in the Fairbanks area. This includes radio station KJNP in North Pole which bottomed out at 49 below this morning...breaking the previous record of 46 below set back in 1969. Other records from 1969 that were broken this morning include Eielson Air Force Base at 43 below...the Fairbanks Airport with 41 below and the University Experimental Station at 41 below which broke the record set in 1918. Outside of Fairbanks... Manley Hot Springs reported a bone chilling temperature of 54 below which broke the previous low of 51 below set in 1956 and is the first time temperatures have been colder than 50 below this season in Alaska! For the complete list of temperatures from the report, visit [ https://nwschat.weather.gov/p.php?pid=201111172210-PAFG-NOAK49-PNSAFG ] and check then latest forecast for Alaska here: [ http://www.arh.noaa.gov/ ]

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