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WATCH NOW: Mike Shultz’s Weather Forecast - October 24th, 2020

Published: Oct. 24, 2020 at 7:37 PM AKDT
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FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) - HELLO EVERYONE AND WELCOME BACK TO OUR WEATHER FOR A SATURDAY NIGHT.

TODAY’S HIGH WAS 26, AND THE LOW LAST NIGHT DROPPED DOWN TO 15 DEGREES. THE RECORD HIGH WAS 56 IN 1938 AND THE RECORD LOW OF 22 BELOW HAPPENED IN 1935.

THE SUNRISE AND SUNSET EQUALS 8 HOURS AND 40 MINUTES OF DAYLIGHT.

ACROSS THE STATE, THE COLDEST SPOT WAS FORT YUKON, WITH THE DAYS HIGH GOING TO COLD BAY.

THE SATELLITE AND RADAR SHOWS A LOT OF MOISTURE FEEDING INTO THE SOUTHCENTRAL REGION OF THE STATE. WHILE THE SOUTHWEST AND THE SEWARD PENINSULA REPORT SHOWERS. IN THE LOWER 48, SHOWERS ARE OVER THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST WHILE WIDESPREAD SNOW IS ACROSS THE NORTHEN TIER STATES INTO THE GREAT LAKES.

SHOWERS AND STORMS ARE OVER THE DEEP SOUTH.

TEMPERATURES CONTINUE QUITE COOL OVER THE CENTRAL PORTION OF THE COUNTRY.

BACK IN ALASKA FOR TOMORROW, MORNING FOG THEN PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES ARE FORECAST FOR THE NORHT SLOPE, WHILE NOME WILL BE CLOUDY.

THE INTERIOR WILL BE CLOUDY WITH AREAS OF SNOW DEVELOPING OVER THE EASTERN SECTIONS BY EVENING.

THE SOUTHEAST WILL SEE A MIX OF RAIN AND SNOW AT JUNEAU, AND RAIN IN KETCHIKAN.

BETHEL AND COLD BAY WILL SEE RAIN SHOWERS WHILE KODIAK WILL HAVE A CHANCE OF RAIN.

AND ANCHORAGE WILL WILL SEE RAIN AND SNOW WHILE HOMER AND VALDEZ HAVE RAIN.

THERE IS A WINTER STORM WARNING FOR PARTS OF ALASKA EAST OF FAIRBANKS FOR HEAVY SNOW INTO TUESDAY. FAIRBANKS WILL ONLY SEE 1-3 INCHES OF SNOW.

THE FORECAST FOR TONIGHT IS FOR CLOUDY SKIES AND MILD INTO TOMORROW, THEN SNOW DEVELOPING LATE SUNDAY NIGHT. MONDAY WILL SEE A GOOD CHANCE OF SNOW THEN CLOUDY SKIES ON TUESDAY AND PARTLY CLOUDY TO MOSTLY SUNNY FOR THE REST OF THE WEEK WITH COOLER TEMPERATURES.

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