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WATCH NOW: Mike Shultz’s weather forecast - September 10th, 2020

Published: Sep. 10, 2020 at 8:21 PM AKDT
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FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) - HELLO EVERYONE AND WELCOME BACK TO OUR THURSDAY NIGHT WEATHER, MIKE SHULTZ WITH YOU.

IT WAS CLOUDY FOR THE MOST PART, BUT IT LOOKS LIKE WE WILL SEE BETTER WEATHER FORTHE WEEKEND, WE’LL TALK MORE WEATHER IN A MINUTE.

TODAY’S WEATHER PHOTO IS A BEAUTIFUL SUNSET IN NENANA. IF YOU HAVE A PICTURE TO SHARE, SEND IT TO photos@ktvf11.com.

THE HIGH SO FAR TODAY HAS BEEN 46, AND THE LOW THIS MORNING DROPPED TO 43.

THE RECORD HIGH OF 75 WAS SET IN 1965, WHILE THE OVERNIGHT LOW OF 18 WAS REGISTERED IN 1992.

ACROSS THE STATE KETCHIKAN AGAIN WAS THE WARMEST SPOT IN THE STATE, WHILE THE NORTH SLOPE HAD TEMPERATURES IN THE LOW 40′S. ELSEWHERE 50′S AND 60′S WERE SCATTERED ACROSS THE STATE.

THE SATELLITE AND RADAR PICTURE SHOWS SKIES CLEARING ACROSS THE STATE WITH HIGH-PRESSURE BUILDING IN.

IN THE LOWER 48, CLEAR BUT SMOKY SKIES CONTINUE OUT TO WESTERN HALF OF COUNTRY, WHILE STORMS ARE ACROSS THE CENTRAL PLAINS, THE NORTHEAST EXPERIENCED HEAVY THUNDERSTORMS, AND THE FLORIDA PENINSULA ALSO SAW WIDESPREAD STORM ACTIVITY.

TEMPERATURES WERE AGAIN VERY WARM OUT WEST, MUCH COOLER IN THE CENTRAL PORTIONS, AND NEAR NORMAL FOR THE EAST.

IN ALASKA TOMORROW, RAIN IS LIKELY FOR THE NORTH SLOPE WHILE SKIES WILL BE PARTLY CLOUDY IN NOME. THE INTERIOR WILL SEE FEWER CLOUDS AND JUST A FEW ISOLATED SHOWERS, THE SOUTHEAST WILL SEE SUNSHINE, AS WILL THE SOUTHWEST AND SOUTHCENTRAL REGIONS.

TONIGHT LOCALLY WE WILL HAVE MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES WITH AN OCCASIONAL SPRINKLE, TOMORROW LOOK FOR MAINLY CLOUDY SKIES INTO THE EVENING HOURS. THE EXTENDED FORECAST IS FOR MORE SUNSHINE THROUGH THE WEEKEND INTO THE FIRST PART OF THE WEEK, THEN A CHANCE OF RAIN BACK IN THE PICTURE FOR THE SECOND WEEK.

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