Skip to comments.Deep Cold: Interior and Northern Alaska Weather & Climate
Posted on 09/02/2013 3:32:10 PM PDT by Hojczyk
A cold airmass and clear skies allowed for temperatures to plunge to record low levels in the northern Interior.
Most notably, Bettles recorded a low of 15ºF Saturday morning. This is by far the lowest temperature of record at Bettles in August. The previous record at the Bettles in August was 22ºF on August 30, 1969. At old Bettles, about four miles downriver from the current townsite, a low of 20ºF was measured on August 24, 1948.
Other low temperatures included 17ºF at both Chandalar DOT and Coldfoot DOT and a chilly 13F at the Norutak Lake RAWS west of Bettles. These are close to record low temperature for the month of August in the state.
John Kerry just said it was Global Warming???
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The planet has a....fever?
Not to worry.
It will warm back up once the sea levels rise and the entire state is plunged underwater.
Actually is was 40F (Not 15F) and 58F in Bettles Alaska on August 31st. Must have been a typo
Taint exactly a life of luxury, that is for sure. :)
“My empire is crumbling!!!!”
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