Looks like the Fairbanks temperatures warmed up in January–average monthly temperature of -6.o degrees F was 3.7 degrees above normal. Warmest was 41 (too warm for winter; water on ice is NOT nice) and the coldest was -42 which is cold, but for Fairbanks in winter, nothing unusual. I’ve seen winters where the daily high temperature was 50 below or colder for several days in a row, but this January the coldest high was only 27 below.

My feeling it didn’t snow much here was accurate–3.1 inches of snow for the month. No days with a tenth of an inch or more of water content. Not much wind, either–I’d better figure a way to knock the snow off the wind spinner!