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WATCH NOW: Mike Shultz’s Weather Forecast for October 23rd, 2020

Published: Oct. 23, 2020 at 7:26 PM AKDT
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FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) - HELLO EVERYONE AND WELCOME INTO OUR FRIDAY NIGHT WEATHER.

OUR WEATHER PHOTOGRAPH TODAY IS OF THE FORREST AT SUNSET IN THE HILLS ABOVE PEARL CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.

THE HIGH TODAY WAS 20 WHILE THE OVERNIGHT LOW DROPPED TO 3 ABOVE.

THE RECORD HIGH WAS 52 IN 1938, WHILE THE RECORD LOW DROPPED TO 18 BELOW IN 1958.

ACROSS THE STATE, COLD BAY CHECKED IN WITH A COMFORTABLE 51, WHILE IT WAS ANOTHER FRIGID DAY IN FORT YUKON WITH 18 DEGREES.

THE SATELLITE AND RADAR ARE SHOWING SHOWERS MOVING FROM THE SOUTHWEST TO THE NORTHEAST INTO THE SOUTHCENTRAL REGIONS. RAIN AND SNOW ARE ALSO NOTED ACROSS THE SEWARD PENINSULA.

IN THE LOWER 48, SOME SHOWERS ARE MOVING ACROSS THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST,

ANOTHER BAND OF RAIN AND SNOW IS LOCATED NEAR THE GREAT LAKES,

WHILE SHOWERS AND STORMS ARE LOCATED OVER THE DEEP SOUTH.

TEMPERATURES ARE QUITE COOL OFOR THE NORTHERN STATES, WHILE THE REST OF THE COUNTRY HAS MID READINGS.

BACK IN ALASKA TOMORROW,

THE NORTH SLOPE WILL SEE CLOUDY SKIES, WHILE NOME WILL HAVE RAIN AND SNOW.

THE INTERIOR WILL BE COVERED WITH HIGH CLOUDS AND ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES, WHILE THE SOUTHEAST WILL SEE SUNNY SKIES.

BETHEL AND COLD BAY WILL HAVE SHOWERS, WHILE KODIAK WILL BE SUNNY.

ANCHORAGE AND HOMER WILL BE CLOUDY, WHILE VALDEZ WILL SEE SNOW.

LOCALLY TONIGHT IT WILL BE A LITTLE WARMER THAN LAST NIGHT WITH MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES. HIGH CLOUDS WILL CONTINUE TOMORROW AND INTO SUNDAY WITH COMFORTABLE TEMPERATURES. SNOW IS POSSIBLE SUNDAY NIGHT AND WILL CONTINUE OFF AND ON INTO TUESDAY. SKIES WILL CLEAR BY WEDNESDAY AND TEMPERATURES WILL FALL FOR THE REST OF THE WEEK.

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