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WATCH NOW: Mike Shultz’s Weather Forecast - October 12, 2020

Published: Oct. 12, 2020 at 7:39 PM AKDT
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FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) - WELCOME BACK TO OUR MONDAY NIGHT WEATHER, I HOPE YOU HAD A GREAT WEEKEND.

WELL, THE COLD AIR HAS MOVED IN AND WILL BE WITH US THROUGH MOST OF THE WEEK, MORE ON THAT LATER.

TODAY’S HIGH TEMPERATURE WAS 34 AND THE LOW LAST NIGHT DROPPED DOWN TO 27.

THE RECORD HIGH WAS 58 IN 1923, AND THE LOW DROPPED DOWN TO 7 BELOW IN 1920.

ACROSS THE STATE 30′S AND 40′S WERE SPREAD ACOSS THE STATE WITH MID 20′S IN FORT YUKON AND ALONG THE NORTH SLOPE.

THE SATELLITE AND RADAR PICTURE SHOWED SCATTERED RAIN SHOWERS OVER THE SOUTHERN HALF WITH PATCHY SNOW ELSEWHERE.

IN THE LOWER 48, SHOWERS ARE OVER THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST, THE GREAT LAKES, AND THE EAST COAST.

TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE COUNTRY ARE COOLER PVER THE NORTHEAST, BUT WARING BACK UP AGAIN OVER THE WESTERN HALF OF THE LOWER 48.

ALASKA’S OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW IS FOR CLOUDY SKIES ON THE NORTH SLOPE, AND SUNNY SKIES IN NOME.

THE INTERIOR WILL BE CLOUDY WITH SNOW LIKELY NEAR DELTA JUNCTION.

OVER THE SOUTHEAST, JUNEAU AND KETCHIKAN WILL SEE CLOUDY SKIES.

BETHEL WILL BE MOSTLY SUNNY WITH ISOLATED SHOWERS FOR COLD BAY AND KODIAK.

ANCHORAGE WILL SEE CLOUDY SKIES, WITH ISOLATED SHOWERS AT HOMER AND VALDEZ.

LOCALLY TONIGHT THROUGH TOMORROW NIGHT, WE WILL SEE CLOUDY SKIES WITH OCCASIONAL SNOW FLURRIES AND COLDER TEMPERATURES.

THE EXTENDED FORECAST IS FOR CONTINUED COLD WITH THE NEXT CHANCE FOR ANY SNOW WEDNESDAY NIGHT INTO THURSDAY. TEMPERATURES WILL SLOWLY WARM INTO THE WEEKEND.

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