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WATCH NOW: Mike Shultz’s Weather Forecast for January 11th, 2021

Published: Jan. 11, 2021 at 7:24 PM AKST
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FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) - WELCOME BACK TO OUR WEATHER FOR A MONDAY NIGHT. TODAY WAS A DAY WITH CLOUDS AND VERY WARM TEMPERATURES WITH A HIGH OF 25 AFTER AN OVERNIGHT LOW OF 16, MUCH ABOVE NORMAL FOR THIS DATE. THE RECORD HIGH WAS 39 IN 1984, WHILE THE RECORD LOW OF 56 BELOW HAPPENED IN 1906.

THE SUNRISE AND SUNSET EQUALS 4 HOURS AND 55 MINUTES AFTER A 5 MINUTE GAIN.

ACROSS THE STATE THE COOLEST TEMPERATURES WERE ALONG THE NORTH SLOPE, WHILE THE WARMEST AIR WAS IN THE KETCHIKAN REGION.

THE SATELLITE AND RADAR SHOWED ANOTHER STRONG STORM MOVING IN ON SOUTHEAST ALASKA , IN ADDITION MORE RAIN AND SNOW CAN BE FOUND ACROSS THE NORTH SLOPE AND THE SOUTHWEST.

IN THE LOWER 48, MORE HEAVY RAIN IS FALLING OVER THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST, WHILE A DIMINISHING STORM SYSTEM IS MOVING ACROSS PARTS OF THE DEEP SOUTH AND THE EASTERN HALF OF THE COUNTRY.

TEMPERATURES ARE FOR THE MOST PART QUITE COOL ACROSS MOST OF THE COUNTRY.

BACK IN ALASKA TOMORROW LOOK FOR BLOWING SNOW ALONG THE NORTH SLOPE WITH CLOUDY SKIES IN NOME.

THE INTERIOR WILL SEE MOSTLY SUNNY CONDITIONS WITH BREEZES NEAR DELTA AND HEALY.

THE SOUTHEAST WILL SEE PERIODS OF RAIN FOR BOTH JUNEAU AND KETCHIKAN.

OVER THE SOUTHWEST BETHEL WILL HAVE CLOUDY SKIES WHILE SNOW WILL FALL AT COLD BAY AND KODIAK WILL SEE RAIN AND SNOW.

AND OVER THE SOUTH CENTRAL REGION LOOK FOR ISOLATED SNOW SHOWERS AT ANCHORAGE WITH HOMER AND VALDEZ FORECASTING SNOW SHOWERS.

LOCALLY TONIGHT, WE WILL HAVE SCATTERED CLOUDS AND A LOW OF 0, TOMORROW WE SHOULD SEE MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES BUT NOT AS WARM. TOMORROW NIGHT SKIED WILL BE MOSTLY CLEAR.

THE EXTENDED FORECAST IS FOR VERY LITTLE CHANGE ALTHOUGH TEMPERATURES WILL COOL DOWN A LITTLE WITH SCATTERED CLOUDS INTO THE WEEKEND.

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