Southeast Panhandle location hits 97 degrees

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) - The Southeast Panhandle saw some incredibly warm temperatures Tuesday. The Juneau National Weather Service twitter feed says they don't expect a lot of records to be broken because 2004 was such a warm year.

Here are some of the highest temperatures recorded in the past 24-hours, according to the Juneau National Weather Service.

Shelter Cove RAWS: 97 degrees
Haida: 95 degrees
Hyder: 94 degrees
Annette Island: 90 degrees
Juneau Lemon Creek: 86 degrees
Metlakatla: 83 degrees
Kake RAWS: 82 degrees
Juneau NWS Office: 80 degrees
Juneau Airport: 79 degrees
Ketchikan Airport: 78 degrees
Hoonah Airport: 77 degrees

“RAWS” is Remote Automated Weather Station.

Wednesday is forecast to be warm again in Southeast but probably not that warm. Temperatures are expected to reach the mid to upper 70s in many locations.

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