Warm winds gushing at 26.7 mph E with an ambient temperature of 39 degrees F intermingled with drizzling rain. The warm temperature mixed with rain melts the snow cover in the tundra and reduces the ocean ice thickness with foreseeable repercussions in drier summer seasons (forest fires, reduced berry capacity) and rising waters near the coast (less ocean ice to buffer against high floods).
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The attached images show what the ranges (figure 1.) of temperatures, degree days, dew point, precipitation, wind, and sea level pressure for a two-month period, covering November 1, 2015, to December 31, 2015. The graph image (figure 2.) provides a linear view of the various weather readings. To view your own weather timeline, check out the Weather Underground's Get History request. Moses Tcheripanoff