Buy the 2015 Old Farmer's Almanac!

2015 Long-Range Weather Forecast for Fox River, Alaska

Buy Long-Range Weather
(Nov. 2014 - Oct. 2015)

Complete 2015 Long-Range Weather Forecast for the Alaska Region, November 2014 to October 2015 includes week-by-week details.

Digital Download $2.48

Free 2-Month Weather Forecast

Map showing long-range weather ragion

MARCH 2015: temperature -11° N, 42° S (2° above avg. N, 8° above S); precipitation 0.5" N, 6" S (avg. N, 1" above S); Mar 1-4: Clear, turning mild; Mar 5-17: Flurries, cold N; snow showers, mild C; rainy periods, mild S. 18-24 Snow showers N+C, rainy periods S; mild; Mar 25-31: Clear N, snowy periods C+S; cold.

APRIL 2015: temperature 2° N, 41° S (avg.); precipitation 0.7" N, 3" S (avg.); Apr 1-4: Snow showers, cold; Apr 5-15: Snow showers, mild N+C; showers, cool S. 16-22 Flurries, cold N; showers, mild C+S. 23-30 Flurries N, showers S; cool.

Annual Weather Summary: November 2014 to October 2015

Winter temperatures will be above normal, with January the coldest period. Precipitation and snowfall will be below normal, with the snowiest periods in mid- to late December N (see Key below), mid-February and mid-March EC and WC, mid- and late January SC, late January A, and early to mid-November, late December, late January, and late March P.

April and May will be warmer than normal, with near-normal precipitation and less snowfall than normal.

Summer temperatures will be below normal, on average, with the warmest periods in mid-July and other warm periods in early July N and mid- to late June S and C.

September and October temperatures will be colder than normal, with below-normal precipitation and near-normal snowfall.

KEY: Panhandle (P), Aleutians (A), North (N), Central (C), South (S), East-Central (EC), West-Central (WC), South-Central (SC), Elsewhere (EW)

Temperature and Precipitation November 2014 to October 2015

Temperature and Precipitation Graph

See Long-Range Weather Forecasts for major cities in Alaska.


2015 Special Edition Garden GuideCooking Fresh with The Old Farmer's AlmanacThe Almanac Monthly Digital MagazineWhat the heck is a Garden Hod?