Nome census subarea, Alaska

Climate in Nome census subarea, Alaska

What is the climate like in Nome census subarea, Alaska? There are many important factors that may affect your personal climate preferences including average temperature and humidity, annual rainfall and snow, number of cloudy days, wind speeds, and more.

Climate comfort in Nome census subarea, Alaska

In a typical year, Nome census subarea, Alaska temperatures fall below 50F° for 315 days per year. Annual precipitation in Nome census subarea is typically 18.2 inches per year (the lowestAnalytics team at Dwellics grouped locations into 5 ranges for each metric: Lowest, Low, Moderate, High, Highest in the US) and snow covers the ground 0 days per year or 0.0% of the year (the lowestAnalytics team at Dwellics grouped locations into 5 ranges for each metric: Lowest, Low, Moderate, High, Highest in the US). It may be helpful to understand the yearly precipitation by imagining 3 straight days of moderate rain per year. The humidity in Nome census subarea, Alaska is below 60% for approximately 0.6 days or 0.2% of the year.

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Climate Mood comfort

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