How many hours of daylight do different regions in alaska get?

Question by BananaPropaganda: How many hours of daylight do different regions in alaska get?
I need to know generally how many hours of light Southernmost Alaska, SouthCenter Alaska, Interior Alaska, and Northernmost Alaska get in the wintertime.

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Answer by andrew b
It depends at wat time of year like right now in anchorage we get 24 hours of sunlight

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One Response to How many hours of daylight do different regions in alaska get?

  1. Imaka says:

    Northern parts of Alaska have six months of darkness, while the farther south you go, the less darkness. I lived for a year on the northern tip of Baffin Island and the sun set on November 2 and didn’t come up again until about February 4. I think that might bre about equivalent to the most northern part of Alaska.

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