JANUARY 2012 FOURTH WARMEST FOR CONTIGUOUS UNITED STATES BUT ALASKA EXTREMELY COLD
January 2012 Fourth Warmest for Contiguous United States, but Alaska Extremely Cold
ScienceDaily (Feb. 8, 2012) — During January, warmer-than-average conditions enveloped most of the contiguous United States, with widespread below-average precipitation. The overall weather pattern for the month was reflected in the lack of snow for much of the Northern Plains, Midwest, and Northeast. This scenario was in stark contrast to Alaska where several towns had their coldest January on record.
- JANUARY 2012 FOURTH WARMEST FOR CONTIGUOUS UNITED STATES BUT ALASKA EXTREMELY COLD - Theresa, 2012-02-08, 18:58