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WATCH NOW: Weather with Mike Shultz for September 3rd, 2020

Published: Sep. 3, 2020 at 7:30 PM AKDT
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FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) - GOOD EVENING AND WELCOME TO OUR THURSDAY NIGHT WEATHER, I’M MIKE SHULTZ

TODAY STARTED OFF WITH CLEAR SKIES BUT QUICKLY SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED THIS AFTERNOON, AND THEY’RE NOT DONE YET. MORE ABOUT THAT IN A MINUTE.

TODAY’S PICTURE IS A BEAUTIFUL EVENING SUNSET. IF YOU HAVE A PICTURE TO SHARE SEND IT TO photos@ktvf11.com.

TODAY’S HIGH SO FAR HAS BEEN 64 WITH LAST NIGHT LOW 46.

THE RECORD HIGH IN 1917 WAS 78, WHILE THE OVERNIGHT RECORD LOW WAS 23 IN 1928.

ACROSS THE STATE THE ONLY OTHER HIGH IN THE 60′S WAS AT FORT YUKON, WITH THE COOLEST TEMPERATURE ALONG THE NORTH SLOPE WITH 38 AND NOME A VERY COOL 48.

THE SATELLITE AND RADAR PICTURE IS SHOWING AN IMPRESSIVE STREAM OF MOISTURE PLOWING INTO SOUTHEAST ALASKA .

ELSEWHERE SHOWERS ARE ONCE AGAIN WIDESPREAD ACROSS THE REST OF THE STATE.

IN THE LOWER 48 SKIES ARE CLEARING AND HOTTER TEMPERATURES ARE MOVING INTO THE WESTERN SECTIONS OF THE COUNTRY. MEANWHILE MORE STORMS ARE ROLLING ACROSS TEXAS, THE NORTHEAST AND THE DEEP SOUTH.

TEMPERATURES ARE RISING EVERYWHERE ACROSS THE COUNTRY.

BACK IN ALASKA TOMORROW, THE NORTH SLOPE WILL SEE A CHANCE OF RAIN, WHILE NOME WILL HAVE ISOLATED SHOWERS. MORE SHOWERS ARE EXPECTED ACROSS THE INTERIOR AND THE SOUTHEAST, WHILE SUNSHINE WILL EXPAND FROM BETHEL DOWN TO COLD BAY AND OVER TO KODIAK. SOUTHCENTRAL ALASKA WILL ENJOY MORE SUN ALSO.

TONIGHT WE WILL HAVE SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS, WITH SHOWER LIKELY TOMORROW AND TOMORROW EVENING. THE WEEKEND STILL LOOKS PRETTY GOOD WITH ISOLATED SHOWERS SATURDAY. MORE RAIN AND SHOWERS ARE LIKELY FOR NEXT WEEK WITH COOL TEMPERATURES.

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