An Alaskan Weather and Climate Blog: All Science, No Politics
Saturday, July 24, 2010
Interior's Continential Climate
As we move into the last week of July, temperatures are beginning the long fall to winter. The chart shows the average daily temperature in Fairbanks in the past 80 years [technical: 7-Day Binomial Weighted Mean] The max and min of the annual cycle occur just three weeks after Solstice, though means are obviously quite flat.