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WATCH NOW: Mike Shultz’s Weather Forecast for January 12th, 2021

Published: Jan. 12, 2021 at 7:20 PM AKST
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FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) - WELCOME BACK TO OUR TUESDAY NIGHT WEATHER. TODAY WAS QUITE A BIT COLDER THAN YESTERDAY AS THE HIGH TEMPERATURE ONLY CLIMBED TO 3 DEGREES AFTER AN OVERNIGHT LOW OF 5 BELOW.

THE RECORD HIGH WAS 34 IN 1917 WHILE THE RECORD LOW WAS A BONE CHILLING 65 BELOW.

THE SUNRISE AND SUNSET EQUALS 5 HOURS AND 1 MINUTE AFTER A 6 MINUTE INCREASE FROM YESTERDAY.

ACROSS THE STATE, THE COOLEST TEMPERATURES WERE ACROSS THE NORTH SLOPE, WHILE THE WARMEST AIR WAS AT KETCHIKAN.

THE SATELLITE AND RADAR DOES INDICATE RAIN SHOWERS OVER THE SOUTHEAST, WITH SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS OVER THE SOUTHWEST.

IN THE LOWER 48, MORE RAIN IS MOVING ACROSS THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST. SNOW AND CLOUDS ARE INDICATED OVER THE ROCKIES MOVING ONTO THE CENTRAL PLAINS.

TEMPERATURES ARE FAIRLY COOL OVER THE ENTIRE COUNTRY.

BACK IN ALASKA TOMORROW, SNOW AND BLOWING SNOW ARE EXPECTED ALONG THE NORTH SLOPE, NOME WILL SEE A CHANCE OF SNOW. THE INTERIOR WILL HAVE MOSTLY SUNNY CONDITIONS WITH SOME BREEZES IN THE HIGHER ELEVATIONS.

THE SOUTHEAST WILL SEE CONTINUED RAIN SHOWERS FOR JUNEAU AND KETCHIKAN.

BETHEL WILL BE CLOUDY WITH SNOW AT COLD BAY, RAIN AND SNOW ARE LIKELY FOR KODIAK.

THE SOUTH CENTRAL REGION WILL SEE SNOW SHOWERS IN ANCHORAGE, RAIN AND SNOW AT HOMER, AND SNOW SHOWERS FOR VALDEZ.

LOCALLY TONIGHT WE WILL SEE MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES, TOMORROW WILL BE ANOTHER SUNNY DAY , AND TOMORROW NIGHT WILL BE CLEAR AND COLDER.

THE EXTENDED FORECAST IS FOR SCATTERED CLOUDS WITH TEMPERATURES CONTINUING ABOVE NORMAL.

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