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WATCH NOW: Mike Shultz’s Weather for September 5th, 2020

Published: Sep. 5, 2020 at 9:29 PM AKDT
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FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) - HELLO EVERYONE AND WELCOME BACK FOR OUR SATURDAY WEATHER

TODAY STARTED WITH GRAY SKIES, FOG, AND LIGHT RAIN, AND NOW THE CLOUDS ARE CLEARING AND COLD TEMPERATURES ARE ON TAP FOR TONIGHT. MORE ABOUT THAT IN A LITTLE BIT.

THE HIGH TODAY WAS 50, AND THE OVERNIGHT LOW WAS 46

THE RECORD HIGH WAS 84 IN 1937, WHILE THE OVERNIGHT LOW DROPPED TO 22 IN 1921.

ACROSS THE REST OF THE STATE, KETCHIKAN HAD THE HIGH WITH 62 WHILE ANCHORAGE WAS ONE DEGREE BEHIND, THE NORTH SLOPE WAS IN THE COOL 40′S.

THE SATELLITE PICTURE SHOWS THE REMNANTS OF A TYPHOON HEADING TOWARD THE WEST COAST WHILE SHOWERS ARE STILL FALLING OVER THE SOUTHEAST AND THE INTERIOR.

IN THE LOWER 48, HOT AND CLEAR CONDITIONS FOR THE WESTERN HALF OF THE COUNTRY, WHILE STORMS ARE OVER TEXAS, THE GREAT LAKES, AND THE FLORIDA REGION. SUPER TYPHOON HAISHEN IS HEADING TOWARD JAPAN AND SOUTH KOREA.

TEMPERATURE HAVE COOLED SOMEWHAT OVER THE EASTERN HALF OF THE COUNTRY, BUT CONTINUE TO BE EXTREMELY HOT OVER THE WESTERN HALF.

BACK IN ALASKA TOMORROW, THE NORTH SLOPE WILL BE CLOUDY WHILE SUNSHINE WILL COVER NOME.

THE INTERIOR WILL SEE MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES WITH CLOUDS AND RAIN DEVELOPING ACROSS THE REGION BY EVENING.

SOUTHEAST ALASKA WILL SEE SUN IN JUNEAU AND PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES AT KETCHIKAN.

HEAVY RAIN IS EXPECTED FOR BETHEL AND COLD BAY, WITH RAIN LIKELY FOR KODIAK.

AND THE SOUTHCENTRAL REGIONS WILL SEE RAIN SPREADING ACROSS THE AREA FROM SOUTH TO NORTH.

LOCALLY WE WILL SEE THE POSSIBILITY OF FROST DEVELOPING OVER THE INTERIOR AS THE CLOUDS CLEAR OUT ESPECIALLY IN THE LOW LYING AREAS.

TOMORROW SUN WILL RETURN AND WARMER TEMPERATURES BEFORE MORE RAIN MOVE IN LATER.

MONDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY LOOK RAINY WITH SOME BETTER CONDITIONS BEGINNING THURSDAY.

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