Hi, folks! I got a question from a nice fellow living in the Lower 48, Matthew S., that I answered to the best of my ability, but thought I’d pass along, to see what others thought:

[We are] concerned not so much about the cold and the snow, but by the length of daylight experienced during Anchorage winters. While I
know that the winters tend to be longer than those in “the South” and that there is less daylight, how dark is it during the winter months?
What do the days look like in winter? Is it just shorter or is the type of daylight experienced not as pronounced?

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