-44 Degrees Again in Tok

Enough said…

How’s the weather in your neck of the woods?

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  1. sam

     /  February 16, 2011

    Sorry to tell you this, but we have emerged from the 20’s to todays temp: of 70%.

  2. Monica Lavoie

     /  February 16, 2011

    19 in Homer…the last couple of days have been the coldest this winter. I would die in TOK. 🙂

  3. Cathy

     /  February 17, 2011

    Greetings from Daytona Beach, FL where I hate to tell you it’s currently (7:30pm) 63 degrees.

  4. andrew marton

     /  February 18, 2011

    My family is thinking about relocating to Alaska.
    Just out of curiosity do you know how expensive internet & cellular phone service (with internet) is there?

    • Internet has really come down in price since they brought in fiber optic. The fastest connection (DSL) is $79.99/month but they do have cheaper plans.

      Cellular – I have AT&T (iPhone) and pay for phone and a large data plan with unlimited text so I pay for it. Reception is very good right in Tok but quickly evaporates away from the community. Verizon tends to get a little more rural reception.

      ACS and GCI are the Alaska main cell providers in the cities and both AT&T & Verizon use their towers. I have tried both and while coverage is a little better throughout the state, I was never impressed with either and was glad when my contracts ended.

      In Tok, we are covered by AP&T and the folks in the office locally are very helpful and nice. Since I already have cellular, I haven’t looked into their rates.


  5. Susan

     /  February 23, 2011

    I live in Eagle River, AK where it was not nearly as cold. My favorite part of that screen from weather underground is that the temp is -44.3, but it feels like only -44.


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