An Alaskan Weather and Climate Blog: All Science, No Politics
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
Here's the 3pm sounding from Fairbanks. The inversion is growing. Temperatures above 2300' MSL have approached 0F today, and I expect overnight there will be 40 degrees or more between rural valley bottoms and higher elevations. High today at Fairbanks Airport has been -35F; Clearly Summit -3F. Here at Keystone Ridge the temperature has risen from -18F at 3pm to -10pm at 5pm, all without any evident breeze.