-- How cold does it typically get?

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-- How much snow do you get?

 

These questions go hand in hand so we'll answer them together. The weather can vary greatly between different regions throughout Alaska, as you will see below:

 

 Alaska map with major cities

 

City Ave Jan
Temp
 (HI/LO)
Ave July
Temp
(HI/LO)
Record
Temp
(HI/LO)
Average
Annual
Snowfall
Record
Annual
Snowfall
 Adak 33o / 27o 52o / 47o 90o / -15o 76 in. 127 in.
Ketchikan 38o / 28o 65o / 50o 90o / -1o 37 in. 133 in.
Kodiak 35o / 24o 60o / 48o 85o / -16o 70 in. 162 in.
Juneau 28o / 18o 64o / 48o 90o / -21o 96 in. 194 in.
Homer 28o / 16o 60o / 46o 81o / -24o 55 in. 120 in.
Anchorage 20o / 5o 66o / 49o 93o / -39o 57 in. 111 in.
Tok -7o / -27o 74o / 44o 97o / -70o 35 in. 59 in.
Fairbanks -1o / -18o 72o / 52o 96o / -62o 67 in. 147 in.
Kotzebue 1o / -16o 67o / 45o 92o / -60o 61 in. 105 in.
Point Hope 5o / -7o 50o / 40o 74o / -48o 41 in. 93 in.
Barrow -8o / -20o 46o / 34o 80o / -55o 30 in. 61 in.

NOTE: All temperatures listed are measured in degrees Farenheit

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