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WATCH NOW: Weather with Mike Shultz for Monday, January 18th 2021

Published: Jan. 18, 2021 at 7:14 PM AKST
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FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) - WELCOME BACK TO OUR MONDAY NIGHT WEATHER. TODAY IT WAS AN EXCEPTIONAL DAY WITH TEMPERATURES RISING TO NEAR 40 DEGREES.

THE HIGH TODAY OFFICIALLY WAS 35 DEGREES WITH THE OVERNIGHT LOW OF 1 DEGREE.

THE RECORD HIGH FOR THIS DATE WAS SET IN 1981 WITH 42, WHILE THE OVERNIGHT LOW DROPPED TO 64 BELOW IN 1906.

THE SUNRISE AND SUNSET EQUALS 5 HOURS AND 36 MINUTES AFTER A GAIN OF 6 MINUTES.

ACROSS THE STATE THE WARMEST AIR WAS OVER THE SOUTHEAST WHILE THE COOLEST AIR WAS LOCATED ALONG THE NORTH SLOPE.

THE SATELLITE AND RADAR SHOWS WIDESPREAD RAINFALL OVER THE SOUTHEAST AND ALONG THE NORTH GULF COAST, WHILE SNOW IS FALLING OVER THE SOUTHWEST.

IN THE LOWER 48 SKIES ARE CLEAR UP AND DOWN THE WEST COAST WITH SANTA ANNA WINDS OVER SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.

SNOW IS SCATTERED ACROSS THE ROCKIES AND THE NORTHERN STATES INTO THE NORTHEASTERN PART OF THE COUNTRY.

TEMPERATURES ARE A LITTLE COOL ACROSS MOST OF THE COUNTRY EXCEPT FOR THE WESTERN HALF OF THE NATION.

ALASKA’S OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW IS FOR BLOWING SNOW AND CLOUDS ALONG THE NORTH SLOPE WHILE NOME WILL BE SUNNY . THE INTERIOR WILL SEE PERIODS OF SNOW.

THE SOUTHEAST WILL SEE RAIN FROM JUNEAU DOW TO KETCHIKAN.

BETHEL WILL HAVE CLOUDY SKIES WHILE COLD BAY WILL SEE RAIN AND SNOW. KODIAK WILL HAVE RAIN ALL DAY.

ANCHORAGE WILL BE MOSTLY SUNNY AND HOMER WILL SEE RAIN AT HOMER, WHILE RAIN AND SNOW WILL FALL AT VALDEZ.

LOCALLY TONIGHT SNOW SHOULD DEVELOP OVERNIGHT AND CONTINUE THROUGH THE DAY INTO THE EVENING BEFORE DIMINISHING WITH TEMPERATURES COOLING. THE OUTLOOK IS FOR WARMER WEATHER BY MID WEEK AND A CHANCE OF SNOW HEADING INTO THE WEEKEND.

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