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Monday, January 10, 2011
Record High Aloft
The 3am Monday upper air soundings from Nome, Kotzebue and Barrow all have new record high 500 mb heights for January for these locations. Translation: this is the strongest mid-winter high aloft of record over NW Alaska. Actually, its the strongest high aloft outside of summer over NW Alaska. Analysis from Environment Canada.
The record heights are:
One of the impacts of this high clear skies over much of northern Alaska; there was a beautiful aurora here about 2am.
3pm AST Monday update: latest RAOBs have the following:
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