Southwest Alaska

The islands of the Kodiak Archipelago and Aleutian Range are Alaska’s own emerald isles, and the history of the native Alutiiq and Yupik peoples is shaped by their connection to land and sea. Like the Inside Passage, the weather in Southwest Alaska is heavily influenced by ocean currents and maritime conditions. Winds and waves shape the landscape, and rain showers support lush vegetation.

Summer temperatures in this region rarely rise above 60°F during the day, while winter temperatures hover around 30°F in winter due to the temperate influence of the North Pacific current. Bring a windbreaker or other wind-resistant outerwear in summer and cold-weather layers for winter.

Plan for 18 hours of daylight in mid-June; 6.5 hours in mid-December.


平均気温 Southwest Alaska

Average temperature by month in Southwest Alaska
Average Temperature by Month
Month Low High
Jan 0° F 12° F
Feb 0° F 12° F
Mar 6° F 22° F
Apr 18° F 32° F
May 32° F 49° F
Jun 42° F 60° F
Jul 49° F 62° F
Aug 46° F 60° F
Sep 29° F 52° F
Oct 25° F 35° F
Nov 12° F 23° F
Dec 2° F 15° F

月ごとの日照時間 Southwest Alaska

Average Daylight by Month in Alaska's Southwest
Hours of Daylight by Month
Month Hrs of Light
Jan 8
Feb 10
Mar 12
Apr 16
May 17
Jun 18
Jul 17
Aug 16
Sep 14
Oct 10
Nov 8
Dec 5

適切な服装 Southwest Alaska

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  • Short sleeved shirt, shorts

    Short Sleeved
    Shirt, Shorts

  • Long sleeved shirt, jeans / slacks
    Long Sleeved
    Shirt, Pants

    Sleeved
    Shirt,
    Pants
  • Warm hat and gloves
    Warm Hat
    and Gloves
    Warm
    Hat
    and Gloves
  • Comfortable Walking Shoes
    Comfortable
    Walking Shoes
    Comfortable
    Walking
    Shoes
  • Waterproof boots

    Waterproof
    Boots

  • Insulated boots

    Insulated
    Boots

  • Long underwear

    Long
    Underwear

  • Windbreaker or jacket

    Windbreaker
    or Jacket

  • Wool sweater or fiberfill vest
    Wool Sweater
    or Fiberfill Vest
    Wool Sweater or
    Fiberfill Vest
  • Winter coat

    Winter
    Coat

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  • Fall

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  • Winter

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