Anchorage and Southcentral Alaska have relatively mild summers (highs in the 70).
Coastal areas have more moderate temperatures than inland areas as well as more precipitation.
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.
Average Temperatures and Precipitation
While most people expect Alaska to be cold, our summers have weather many dream of
with an average high in the mid sixties, humidity around 50% and less than two inches
of precipitation per month. Winter temperatures can be extreme, but The Kenai is
one of the mildest winter climates in the state with average highs in the twenties
and snowfall rarely accumulating more than four feet.