ANSWERS: 6
  • umm... geographical location, maybe?
  • Because of how far north it is. You can ask the same question for North Canada, Greenland, Iceland ect ect
  • It is too far North,though the Pacific Gulf Stream keeps the coastal areas in the south part of Alaska quite mild and rainy, like the coast of Washington State.The Aleutian Islands off the coast of of Alaska have the same climate as the San Francisco bay area,and is too warm to snow.It is because of the golf stream.
  • The sun's rays are too oblique to be strong enough to heat the location. The closer a geographic location is to the equator the warmer, as the suns rays ar more direct and therefore stronger.
  • The sun's rays are too oblique to be strong enough to heat the location. The closer a geographic location is to the equator the warmer, as the suns rays ar more direct and therefore stronger.
  • Because of its location on the planet. The sun's rays do not reach it very well. It's the same thing with the North Pole, and other cold places.

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