Complete 2014 Long-Range Weather Forecast for the Alaska Region, November 2013 to October 2014 includes week-by-week details.
Free 2-Month Weather Forecast
MARCH 2014: temperature -11° north, 36° south (2° above avg.); precipitation 0.5" north, 5.5" south (avg. north, 0.5" above south); Mar 1-9: Periods of snow and rain Panhandle and Aleutians; flurries elsewhere; mild, then cold; Mar 10-12: Flurries; mild north and west-central, cold elsewhere; Mar 13-18: Flurries, cold north and west-central; snowy periods, turning cold east-central; occasional snow, mild elsewhere; Mar 19-25: Flurries, turning mild north and east-central; snow showers, turning cold west-central; rainy periods, mild elsewhere; Mar 26-31: Snow showers, then colder north; flurries, then milder central; showers, windy and mild south.
APRIL 2014: temperature 8° north, 47° south (6° above avg.); precipitation 0.7" north, 3" south (avg.); Apr 1-6: Flurries north, clear central, showers south; mild; Apr 7-11: Snow, then clear, cold north; sunny, mild central; showers, mild south; Apr 12-16: Clear, cold north and central; showers, seasonable south; Apr 17-26: Freezing mist, mild north; sunny, mild central; showers, seasonable south; Apr 27-30: Snow showers, mild north; sunny, mild central; rainy periods, seasonable south.
Annual Weather Summary: November 2013 to October 2014
Winter temperatures will average 1 to 2 degrees above normal in the north and a degree below normal in southern portions of the state. The coldest temperatures will occur in mid-January, with cold temperatures the rule from early December into early February. Precipitation will be slightly above normal in the north and below normal elsewhere. Snowfall will be above normal in most of the state, with the snowiest periods occurring in mid-December and early May in the north; early November, mid- to late December, mid- to late February, and mid-March in central regions; and late November, late December, late February, and early March in southern regions.
April and May will be much warmer than normal, with slightly more precipitation and less snowfall than normal.
Summer temperatures will be above normal in southern and central regions and below normal in the north, on average. The warmest temperatures will occur in early and mid-June. Precipitation will be below normal in the north and above normal in the south.
September and October temperatures will average much higher than normal, while precipitation will be below normal.