Strong southerly winds resulted in balmy conditions across much of the Interior on Thursday, and overnight into Friday at some locations. College Observatory in Fairbanks reported a record temperature of 59 degrees on Thursday, which exceeded the previous record of 58 set back in 2001.
On Friday, Delta Junction reached a new record high temperature of 59 degrees, which breaks the old record of 57 set in 1952.
Is Old Man Winter around the corner, or will temperatures remain above-normal in the next week? See the latest forecast for your area around Alaska at http://www.arh.noaa.gov/