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Weather Forecast with Mike Shultz - October 9th, 2020

Published: Oct. 9, 2020 at 7:03 PM AKDT
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FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) - WELCOME INTO OUR FRIDAY NIGHT WEATHER.

TODAY WE STARTED OFF WITH ANOTHER HEAVY FROST THAT GAVE WAY TO A BEAUTIFUL DAY.

THE HIGH SO FAR TODAY HAS BEEN 51 AND THE LOW THIS MORNING WAS 27.

THE RECORD HIGH WAS 67 IN 1911 AND ONE BELOW IN 1909.

ACROSS THE STATE 40′S AND 50′S ARE SCATTERED WITH NEAR FREEZING TEMPERATURES ON THE NORTH SLOPE.

THE RADAR AND SATELLITE PICTURE SHOWS WIDESPREAD RAIN ACROSS THE NORTH GULF COAST TO THE SOUTHEASTERN SECTIONS.

THE INTERIOR REMAINS CLEAR.

IN THE LOWER 48 MORE CLOUDS AND RAIN ARE MOVING ACROSS THE NORTHWEST.

HURRICANE DELTA HAS FINALLY MOVED ONSHORE AND IS SPREADING TO THE NORTHEAST.

TEMPERATURES ARE PRETTY CONSISTENT ACROSS THE COUNTRY.

ALASKA’S OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW IS FOR SUNNY TO PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES ON THE NORTH SLOPE.

THE INTERIOR WILL ENJOY ANOTHER SUNNY DAY WITH FALLING TEMPERATURES.

RAIN SHOWERS ARE LIKELY OVER THE SOUTHEASTERN SECTIONS.

ISOLATED SHOWERS ARE POSSIBLE FOR BETHEL WITH CLOUDY SKIES AT COLD BAY AND KODIAK.

THE SOUTHCENTRAL REGION WILL SEE CLOUDY SKIES IN ANCHORAGE, WITH RAIN LIKELY ATT HOMER AND VALDEZ.

LOCALLY TONIGHT, WE WILL SEE CLEAR SKIES AND COLD TEMPERATURES, TOMORROW WILL BE SUNNY BUT COOLER, AND TOMORROW NIGHT CLEAR AND COLDER.

THE EXTENDED FORECAST CALLS FOR COLDER TEMPERATURES THROUGH THE WEEK WITH SINGLE DIGITS OVERNIGHT BY WEDNESDAY. NO SNOW IS FORECAST.

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