- Mar 16, 2021
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I am on the coast which gives me cool summers, and usually cool, not terribly cold winters.Thanks @Alaskan ! I'm in Northern Ontario, I believe the latitude here is 46. I guess you and I probably have somewhat similar seasons, at least in terms of length of summer and bitterly cold winters. We don't usually go much below -37 though, and I've read parts of Alaska can go into the minus 50's.
The warm waters from Japan come up my way.
Interior Alaska is where those terrifyingly low temps occur, and I am very glad to be far away from those areas!
However, I live up on a hill.... which means I have about a month LESS of growing season than those living on "the flat" or "the bench" which is only 20 to 300 feet above sea level.
I am up at 1,300 feet above sea level, but can still see the ocean (well, the bay).
So.... I am MUCH warmer than you in the winter.... but less light.
Are you land-locked enough that you stay dry with little snow?
Our snowfall is highly variable, but we definitely stay humid.