ANCHORAGE – Alaskans have seen some extremely warm weather move into the state over the past few weeks.


Thursday, Jan. 23 was one of the warmest days yet, with many daily record highs being set throughout the state. The warmth hasn’t been confined to just one part of the state, though: It’s statewide.


Here is a list of several cities that set new record highs for Jan. 23.



  • Homer – 53 degrees

  • Ketchikan – 51 degrees

  • King Salmon – 50 degrees

  • Delta Junction – 50 degrees

  • Petersburg – 49 degrees

  • Hoonah – 48 degrees

  • Juneau – 48 degrees

  • Anchorage – 48 degrees

  • Haines – 47 degrees

  • Yakutat – 46 degrees

  • Auke Bay – 46 degrees

  • Gulkana – 43 degrees

  • Talkeetna – 41 degrees

  • Kivalina – 36 degrees

  • Kotzebue – 35 degrees


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