Climate and weather data can be overwhelming on its own—and we aim to make it accessible to everyone. As you use our climate tools, you’ll discover that you can keep and share our data and graphics in a variety of ways. Popular end products include maps, charts, and CSV files that can be freely downloaded for use in reports, presentations, and for further analysis.
We thank the Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy, the Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center, the International Arctic Research Center, and many other partners who offer modeling expertise, funding, and other support for creating and maintaining these tools.
Alaska airport winds across the decades
Explore changing growing conditions in Alaska
Alaska wildfires within the larger forest ecosystem
Climate data in the context of key environmental variables for Northern engineers
Climate projections for communities in Canada’s Northwest Territories
Climate projections for over 3,800 communities in Alaska and Canada
Community vulnerability to permafrost change
Community wind changes across Alaska
How climate change is affecting subsistence in interior Alaska
See how much of Alaska has burned since 2004
Sea ice data across the decades (1850-present)
How temperature, permafrost, and wildfire are driving landscape change
Precipitation change and its effects on Alaska infrastructure
Daily average Alaska temperatures compared with historical averages