The more extreme darkness/light hours are found along the northern coast of Alaska (closer to the North Pole). For example, in Barrow it is light for 24 hours/day in June, July and August (3 months) and dark for 24 hours/day in December and January (2 months). More southern parts of Alaska will not have as extreme a ratio as this, but will still experience around 20 hours of sunlight per day in the summer months and around 20 hours of darkness per day in the winter months.
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