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Alaska is warmer than Lower 48

A commuter exhales in freezing tempters in the aftermath of a snowstorm Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2014, in Philadelphia. The average temperature for the Lower 48 US Wednesday morning was 22. The average Alaska temperature at the same time was 24. While Washington and other cities are looking at forecast highs in the 20s, Anchorage is looking at the mid 40s and a ski slope closure
A commuter exhales in freezing tempters in the aftermath of a snowstorm Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2014, in Philadelphia. The average temperature for the Lower 48 US Wednesday morning was 22. The average Alaska temperature at the same time was 24. While Washington and other cities are looking at forecast highs in the 20s, Anchorage is looking at the mid 40s and a ski slope closure
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The weather seems more than a bit upside down. The average temperature for the Lower 48 states midmorning Wednesday was a chilly 22 degrees. The average temperature for the entire state of Alaska at the same time was 24 degrees, according to calculations by Weather Bell Analytics meteorologist Ryan Maue. Parts of Alaska were 30 degrees warmer than normal, southeastern Alaska hit 57 earlier in the week and the forecast for the rest of week ...

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