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What is Alaska like in "Summer"?

  1. ethel smith profile image80
    ethel smithposted 7 years ago

    What is Alaska like in "Summer"?

  2. solarpanelplans profile image53
    solarpanelplansposted 7 years ago

    The Southcentral climate (Anchorage, the Kenai Peninsula and the surrounding area) boasts relatively mild summers (highs near 70).

    The Interior climate (Fairbanks and Denali) has warm summers (highs in the 90s).

    The climate of the Inside Passage, where most of the cruise ships go, is usually warm and damp (summer highs in the 60s and 70s).

    Coastal areas have more moderate temperatures than inland areas as well as more precipitation. Daily temperature fluctuations are wider inland.

    In late spring and early summer (close to the solstice in mid-June), the days are the longest. Early summer has less rain than late summer and fall.

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    rosey135posted 7 years ago

    Like HAVEN on the EARTH. Pure, silent, colorful, unforgettable,  immensely beautiful. Most beautiful and untouched faces of the Mother Nature and Her children.

  4. Motor leathers profile image58
    Motor leathersposted 7 years ago

    It is not so hot as other states. And the nature there is really brilliant. You will have many things to talk about after visiting this place in summer.

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