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Old 05-29-2015, 04:51 PM
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80 plus degrees is just to darn HOT........


Issued by The National Weather Service Anchorage, AK
Fri, May 29, 3:32 am AKDT

... WARMEST TEMPERATURES OF THE YEAR ACROSS SOUTHCENTRAL ALASKA THIS WEEKEND...
SUNNY CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE ACROSS SOUTH CENTRAL ALASKA THIS WEEKEND. TEMPERATURES IN MOST AREAS WILL BE THE HIGHEST SEEN SO FAR THIS YEAR. HIGH TEMPERATURES IN THE 70S WILL BE COMMON... WITH LOWER 80S POSSIBLE AT SOME INLAND LOCATIONS. SOME STATIONS COULD TIE OR BREAK DAILY RECORDS ON THE 30TH AND 31ST.
HERE ARE THE FORECAST HIGH TEMPERATURES FOR SATURDAY AND SUNDAY... ALONG WITH THE RECORDS FOR THOSE DAYS.
SATURDAY MAY 30TH SUNDAY MAY 31ST FORECAST/RECORD FORECAST/RECORD ANCHORAGE 70 / 76 71 / 75 PALMER 74 / 81 75 / 77 TALKEETNA 79 / 79 77 / 82 GULKANA 80 / 80 75 / 84 VALDEZ 73 / 74 70 / 75 SEWARD 73 / 69 71 / 67
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What happens when it gets that hot up there?
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I have to get up at 3:45 AM and go walk/hike my miles before it get hot.



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Darn global warming
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I lived in Kenai from 1968 to 1971. I can remember camping near the Swanson River Canoe Trails and it hit 100F one summer. Unbelievably hot for up there.
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I lived in Kenai from 1968 to 1971. I can remember camping near the Swanson River Canoe Trails and it hit 100F one summer. Unbelievably hot for up there.
WHAT!?!?!?!?!?! You mean to tell me global warming figured out a way to time travel to the past and make it hot in the 1960's!
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I was at Ft Rich for a couple of years...it got up in the 90's around Fairbanks and Ive seen it in the 80's around Anchorage....Im used to 99 deg with 98% humidity....what they called heat up there was a dream
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Too hot to work........http://www.adn.com/article/20150531/...r-southcentral
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The Interior around Fairbanks can get surprisingly hot. It is far from the ocean and 90 degrees is not that usual.
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Anything over 85 is getting too warm for me. Spent the last four years in San Antonio... hated it. Now in Germany (again)... lovin' the weather. Even when it is in the 80's it cools down at night into the high 40's or 50's. I assume it's about the same in Alaska when it gets warmer. Of course...here in Germany, if it gets hot it usually only lasts for a few days... pretty cyclical... warmer, colder, warmer colder. Then in the third week of August or so we are pretty much done with summer. I got off the airplane on the 28th of August last year to 55 degrees and rainy. So much better than the 95 degrees and nasty that was in San Antonio! Planning on moving to either NW Montana or Alaska in 2017/18 timeframe.

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Anything over 85 is getting too warm for me. Spent the last four years in San Antonio... hated it. Now in Germany (again)... lovin' the weather. Even when it is in the 80's it cools down at night into the high 40's or 50's. I assume it's about the same in Alaska when it gets warmer. Of course...here in Germany, if it gets hot it usually only lasts for a few days... pretty cyclical... warmer, colder, warmer colder. Then in the third week of August or so we are pretty much done with summer. I got off the airplane on the 28th of August last year to 55 degrees and rainy. So much better than the 95 degrees and nasty that was in San Antonio! Planning on moving to either NW Montana or Alaska in 2017/18 timeframe.

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I spent some time in San Antonio and germany as well, and I agree! I also plan on moving nw eventually. I can't handle anything over 75 though. I'm thick blooded!
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