The chart below shows running annual mean temperatures (daily max/min/mean) in Fairbanks since the beginning of the NWS/Weather Bureau era. The recent warmth has raised the annual mean to nearly 32°F, a threshold that was exceeded for part of 2016.
It's interesting to note that some very cold years in Fairbanks had annual daily maximum temperatures below freezing, but that hasn't happened for many years. Also of note: the long-term trends in maximum and minimum temperatures are quite similar over the entire period, but minimum temperatures increased more dramatically in the climate shift of 1976-77. Consequently, the linear trend in minimum temperatures since 1976 is actually negative (-0.15°F/decade), but daily maximum temperatures have continued to increase (+0.20°F/decade). Of course we have to take these numbers with a grain of salt owing to location and instrumentation changes in the official climate record.