How many hours of sunlight does Alaska get?

Q: How many hours of sunlight does Alaska get in the summer?

A: Alaska is a big state, and depending on the city you are visiting, and the month you are traveling, you can expect to see some big differences in daylight.  Included below are the approximated daylight hours for each city in Alaska, on the first of each month.

CITY Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
Anchorage 5:39 7:46 10:24 13:22 16:52 18:43 19:11 17:07 14:16 11:26 8:32 6:08
Barrow 0:00 4:05 9:20 14:13 19:44 24:00 24:00 24:00 14:45 11:03 5:52 0:00
Bethel 5:48 7:50 10:26 13:20 16:08 18:34 19:01 17:01 14:13 11:26 8:35 6:14
Fairbanks 4:00 6:55 10:07 13:35 17:01 20:33 21:25 18:11 14:39 11:19 7:51 4:43
Juneau 6:30 8:15 10:34 13:13 15:43 17:48 18:10 16:30 14:01 11:30 8:55 6:53
McGrath 4:57 7:23 10:15 13:28 16:35 19:29 20:04 17:35 14:27 11:23 8:13 5:31
Nome 4:11 7:00 10:08 13:35 16:57 21:21 22:09 18:05 14:36 11:20 7:56 4:51
Portage 5:48 7:50 10:25 13:20 16:08 18:34 19:01 17:01 14:13 11:27 8:35 6:14
Prud. Bay 0:00 4:46 9:29 14:05 19:04 24:00 24:00 21:31 15:31 11:06 6:20 0:00
Seward 6:00 7:58 10:28 13:19 16:01 18:20 18:45 16:52 14:10 11:28 8:42 6:26
Sitka 6:50 8:27 10:39 13:10 15:32 17:27 17:48 16:16 13:55 11:31 9:05 7:11
Wasilla 5:22 7:36 10:20 13:24 16:22 19:02 19:32 17:19 14:20 11:25 8:24 5:52
Yakutat 6:11 8:04 10:30 13:17 15:55 18:08 18:32 16:44 14:07 11:28 8:46 6:35

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