FAIRBANKS — Interior Alaska is experiencing record warm temeratures that are making for very slick roads.
The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner says unexpectedly strong warm winds blew into the Interior on Saturday. The National Weather Service says Delta Junction reported a record high of 52 degrees on Saturday and it was 51 on Sunday. Fairbanks also reached a record high of 41.
The Weather Service says temperatures will dip but remain above normal through Tuesday.
The warm temperatures are also making the roads very slippery, especially at higher elevations.