Alaskan standards in a sentence
1. The climate of Anchorage and south central Alaska is mild by Alaskan standards due to the region's proximity to the seacoast.
2. Winters are moist and long, but mild by Alaskan standards: the average low temperature is 23 °F (−5 °C) in January, and highs are frequently above freezing.
3. Dillingham has a typical subarctic climate (Köppen climate classification: Dfc), relatively average by Alaskan standards.
4. Winters are mild by Alaskan standards, with an average January high temperature around 30 °F (−1 °C), and the average low around 20 °F (−7 °C).
5. Also usual for Southwest Alaska, the area is a temperate rainforest, with high levels of precipitation, as well as mild summers alongside cold winters (although mild by Alaskan standards, especially when compared to cities like Fairbanks) Klawock Airport is the only airport on Prince of Wales Island serving wheeled aircraft.
6. The weather of Kodiak is temperate by Alaskan standards.
7. It is a moderate climb by Alaskan standards (Alaska Grade 2).
8. Since Mount Miller is so isolated, and is not of extraordinary absolute elevation by Alaskan standards, it was not climbed until very recently.
9. Due to its isolated location, poor weather, and comparatively low absolute elevation by Alaskan standards, Mount Steller was not climbed until recently.
10. It is moderately serious by Alaskan standards (Alaska Grade 3+), with some steep ice and corniced ridges.
11. Mount Natazhat is not often climbed due to its remote location and the fact that it is not a particularly high peak, especially by Alaskan standards.
12. The climate in south central Alaska, with Anchorage as a typical city, is mild by Alaskan standards.
13. Winters are moist and long, but mild by Alaskan standards: the average low temperature is 23 °F (−5 °C) in January, and highs are frequently above freezing.
14. The climate of Anchorage and south central Alaska is mild by Alaskan standards due to the region's proximity to the seacoast.
- the region's proximity
- the seacoast
- less rain
- more snow
- (190 cm
- far more snow
- a subarctic climate
- : Dfc
- its brief, cool summers
- a continental subarctic climate
- The temperature
- a tremendous amount
- the northern side
- a desert
- (25 cm
- the other extreme
- (250 cm
- the highest and lowest temperatures
- The summers
- the 90s
- what precipitation
- The highest and lowest recorded temperatures
- 100 °F
- just 8 mi
- the lowest high temperature
- The lowest official Alaska temperature
- one degree
- the lowest temperature
- the extreme north
- long, very cold winters
- short, cool summers
- the average low temperature
- 34 °F
- many places
- Numerous indigenous peoples
- European peoples
- Linguistic and DNA studies