If you like to recreate in a variety of different place in Interior Alaska, knowing what the temperature and wind is doing is important, especially in winter. Here are several good sources of information.
Swingley Development “Local Fairbanks temperatures” — A collection of temperatures from weather stations in the Interior, mostly in the Greater Fairbanks Area. Click on the labels on the top bar to reorganize the data. (Scroll to the bottom to find out where the site collects data from.)
Swingley Development “Local Weather Map” — Same as above but in map form. Hover over the pins to get the latest temperature reading. Zoom out to see weather stations from all over Alaska.
PurpleAir monitor map page: These are citizen-installed and run monitors used mainly for monitoring air quality, but they also come with thermometers.
Weather Underground Map — You’ll have to do a search for the nearest community or weather station. Slower to load than the Swingley pages, but you don’t have to hover to see the temps. Clicking on the pins will give you more information, including wind direction and speed, if the weather stations support that. (Wind direction is shown on the map.) Has stations from all over Alaska and elsewhere.
National Weather Service Northern Alaska page — Click on a zone to get a forecast. Click “Disable Mouse Scroll” in upper right if you want to grab and move the screen around.
National Weather Service weather stations map — Different look than the Weather Underground map, but similar information. Hover over an icon to get more info.