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Rick Thoman
Thursday evening the temp dropped to freezing at Utqiaġvik for the first time since June 25th. The 85 days above freezing is by far the longest such streak. Prior to the 1990s it wasn't uncommon for the longest above freezing streak to be <10 days.
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PragmaticAntithesis 20 Sep 19
What happened in 1923?!
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Rick Thoman 20 Sep 19
August 1923 was very warm in Alaska with Utqiaġvik remained above freezing July 15-Aug 30. Persistent ridging over mainland Alaska, as seen in the 500mb heights from the 20th century reanalysis courtesy .
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Christopher Cartwright 20 Sep 19
really scary Thanks for the tweet
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Andrew J Schneider (A J) 20 Sep 19
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Max Power 20 Sep 19
Interesting. Basically doubled (2 week avg to 1 month)
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