North American Boreal Summer Thread

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  1. POW_hungry

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    Alaska on the cook over the next few days. Gonna do wonders for the Coastal Glaciers...
    Note, these are 850mb temp anoms, not MSL.
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    Ridiculous.
     
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    Well to be fair, Anchorage merely yields records >1952; not extensive in the slightest.

    Impressive nonetheless.
     
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    Another quake in California



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    Looks like the fat kid was the last one out.

    Bit on in the last 24 hours (red rings)
     
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    Sorry for the late correction, but the NOAA readings for June 1915 ultimately disprove Anchorage's so-called "record":

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    The readings were held at Merrill Field Airport—refer to the value column.^ What is also plainly evident, is that myriads of stations across Alaska registered >90° F readings.

    Merrill Field Airport lies just about as inland as the modern Ted Stevens Airport does; farthermore, >90° F was also registered in 1931.