DebFrost, you're better off than you think. If you're in the [maybe not so sunny] south of Alaska, you should have at least four and a half minutes
more daylight than at the solstice! That's for about the latitude of Anchorage. Further north, the daylight in Fairbanks has been extended by about seven and a half minutes since the solstice, and in Fort Yukon a whopping 13 minutes.
If you want to have a look at your own location, fill it - or something nearby - in on this timeanddate page