Summers in western Alaska are typically very nice. June temperatures range from 50 to 70 degrees with mostly sunny days creating ideal conditions for mosquitoes. July temperatures range from 60 to 85 degrees with the days again usually sunny. The "Alaskan Nat" really like the warm days in July, bring a head net or a supply of cigars. August temperatures range from 50 to 70 degrees with the days being overcast and rainy. The cooler August weather typically all but eliminates the bugs. ** August is usually our rainy season. The end of August is when the weather begins to change into its fall pattern. September temperatures range from 40 to 60 degrees; mornings are cool, the afternoons are warm. In September the weeks become divided up by the changing weather patterns; sunny and cool to overcast and rainy. Our advice is to bring clothing that can be worn in layers; boat rides can be cold, the fishing very hot!!! Again, please pack with weight as a concern, 50 pounds per person.
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