Fairbanks winters get warmer as normals recalculated

August 22, 2011

 

By Tim Mowry / tmowry@newsminer.com

 

Aug. 05, 2011

 

FAIRBANKS – Fairbanks winters just got warmer.

 

The National Weather Service recalculates its monthly temperature, precipitation and snowfall normals every 10 years based on daily statistics recorded from the previous 30 years…

 

Read more here: http://newsminer.com/view/full_story/14970825/article-Fairbanks-winters-get-warmer-as-normals-recalculated?

 

The Alaska Climate Research Center provides many resources like temperature summaries for the Fairbanks area. See all that ACRC has to offer at http://climate.gi.alaska.edu/.