Warm Cabin Cold Night Fairbanks Alaska

On the interior of this cozy, warm cabin, an indoor/outdoor thermometer hangs on the wall showing a cold temperature of -40 degrees fahrenheit on this winter night in Fairbanks, Alaska.

The only place to be on a cold, winter night in Fairbanks, Alaska is inside a warm cabin with the fireplace blazing. The indoor/outdoor thermometer shows the frigid temperature outside at -40 degrees fahrenheit, an extreme coldness making it nearly impossible to stay out for any length of time.

The average temperatures during the winter in Fairbanks, Alaska can range around the -18 degrees fahrenheit mark for a month or two at a time, but dropping to -40 is not uncommon. Winter months in Fairbanks are very long and the coldest temperature recorded here was -66 degrees fahrenheit back in 1934 and everyone finds warmth inside a cabin or home.

Alaska. Fairbanks. Winter. Indoor/outdoor thermometer in this log cabin shows the extreme outside weather temperature of -40 degrees F



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Photo Title: Warm Cabin Cold Night Fairbanks Alaska

On the interior of this cozy, warm cabin, an indoor/outdoor thermometer hangs on the wall showing a cold temperature of -40 degrees fahrenheit on this winter night in Fairbanks, Alaska.

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Hugh Rose / Accent Alaska

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037_080 - Warm Cabin Cold Night Fairbanks Alaska