‘Nother Brick in the Wall (Brick 5)

23 07 2010

In 1915 the record high temperature in Alaska was 100 degrees Fahrenheit at Fort Yukon; the record low temperature was -80 degrees Fahrenheit at Prospect Creek Camp in 1971.

Temps this summer have been great, mid 70’s into the low 80’s, but in true Alaskan fashion there have been some 45 degree days thrown in the mix as well.




One response

23 07 2010
joan cochran

Oh, lucky you! What we would give for a temperature of 45. It has been so hot
this summer in GA. Just be thankful you are in your beloved Alaska and not in
the sunny south with our wonderful humitity.

Hope you enjoy every minute until it is time to return to real life.

love you!

Aunt Joan

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