I read on Wikipedia:
depending on the time of night and the year, the arc of Milky Way can appear relatively low or relatively high in the sky. For observers from about 65 degrees north to 65 degrees south on the Earth's surface the Milky Way passes directly overhead twice a day
What happens and how does the Milky Way look like out of that range? If it matters, consider also the all-summer light and the dark winter.