Here is another great, even rare, shot from NASA of Alaska. Taken last week, during Part 1 of the 90 degree heat wave, this space shot shows Alaska almost completely devoid of clouds. Judging from the edge of the photo, I’m guessing that the Aleutians were not cloud free. Still, it is unusual to even see Mainland Alaska with so little cloud cover.
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