Unless you live there, the city of Eagle, Alaska, is far, far away. Here it is on a map:
That’s about as middle-of-nowhere as you can get, Antarctica notwithstanding.
As you can probably imagine, Eagle is typically known for three things. The first: its history as a Gold Rush boomtown. The second: that only about 90 people live there. The third: that you have no reason to expect the outside temperature to be 91°F (33°C) on May 23. Those three things (among other ancillary details) form the foundation of everything that is Eagle.
Gold Rush. Low population. Not 91°F on May 23.
Got that? Good, because:
— Brian Brettschneider (@Climatologist49) May 24, 2015