Seward Alaska Weather
Weather in Seward and the Kenai Fjords National Park is changing constantly! This is due to the warm flow of the sea water coming from the Pacific Ocean filtering its way into the cold fresh glacier water from the fjords and the weather patterns off of the Harding Ice Field. The consequences of this unique combination of natural phenomena would be the possibility of overcast, rainy, and/or foggy weather. The average temperature through the months of April to September range from 50-62 degrees Fahrenheit. For visitors not used to our Alaskan coastal climate, it is important to note that the wildlife and glaciers will remain unchanged, rain or shine. Foggy conditions, which may hang low in the early morning, generally lift by the afternoon. Regardless of the weather, the fjords will expose a unique and awesome expanse of terrain and wildlife to every visitor to the national park.
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