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Weather with Mike Shultz - August 14th, 2020

Published: Aug. 14, 2020 at 8:23 PM AKDT
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FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) - HELLO EVERYONE AND WELCOME IN TO OUR FRIDAY NIGHT WEATHER MIKE SHULTZ WITH YOU ONCE AGAIN. WHAT A GREAT DAY AND IT LOOKS LIKE THE WEEKEND IS GOING TO BE JUST AS GREAT MORE BAOUT THAT IN A MINUTE.

TONIGHT'S WEATHER PHOTO IS A PICTURE FROM ANGIE ACKERMAN OF A DOUBLE RAINBOW AT HER FISH CAMP.

REMEMBER IF YOU HAVE A PICTURE SEND IT TO @photos@ktvf11.com

THE HIGH SO FAR TODAY HAS BEEN 72 AND THE LOW LAST NIGHT WAS 46

THE RECORD HIGH WAS IN 1926 WITH 89, AND THE RECORD LOW DROPPED DOWN TO 27 IN 1924.

CURRENTLY OUR TEMPERATURE IS NEAR 70. THE SUNRISE AND SUNSET EQUALS 16 HOURS AND 35 MINUTES OF DAYLIGHT A LOSS OF 7 MINUTES FROM YESTERDAY. HUMIDITY IS 38 PERCENT AND THE WINDS ARE LIGHT.

ACROSS THE REST OF THE STATE 70 DEGREE TEMPERATURES ARE REPORTED FOR VALDEZ AND KODIAK WITH 50'S AND 60'S ELSEWHERE.

THE SATELLITE AND RADAR PICTURE SHOWS A LOT OF RAIN HEADING FOR THE SOUTHEASTERN SECTIONS OF THE STATE WHILE TE REST OF THE STATE EXCEPT FOR ISOLATED SHOWERS IN THE INTERIOR IS CLOUD FREE.

IN THE LOWER 48, THE WESTERN HALF OF THE COUNTRY IS BAKING IN RECORD SETTING HIGH TEMPERATURES WITH LITTLE OR NO CLOUDS.

STORMS ARE ROLLING ACROSS NORTHERN TIERS STATES AND ALSO OVER THE DEEP SOUTH. IN ADDITION TO THE HEAT OUT WEST THE REST OF THE COUNTRY ALSO LOOKING AT PROLONGED HEAT.

BACK IN ALASKA FOR TOMORROW, SKIES WILL BE CLAER FOR MOST OF THE STATE WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE SOUTHEAST WHERE HEAVY RAINS WILL BRING 2-4 INCHES OF RAIN OVER THE WEEKEND.

OUR FORECAST FOR THE REST OF THE NIGHT IS MOSTLY CLEAR, WITH SUNSHINE TOMORROW AND A HIGH NEAR 75. CLEAR AGIN TOMORROW NIGHT, AND THE EXTENDED FORECAST IS FOR VERY LITTLE CHANGE WITH TEMPERATURES IN THE LOW TO MID 70′S FOR THE PERIOD INTO THURSDAY OF NEXT WEEK.

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