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WATCH NOW: Mike Shultz’s Weather Forecast for January 26th, 2021.

Published: Jan. 26, 2021 at 7:00 PM AKST
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FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) - WELCOME BACK TO WEATHER FOR A TUESDAY. TODAY WAS SUNNY AFTER MORNING FOG, BUT TEMPERATURES REMAINED QUITE COLD WITH THE HIGH OF 10 BELOW AND THE OVERNIGHT LOW FALLING TO 21 BELOW.

THE RECORD HIGH FORTHE DATE WAS 39 IN 1991 AND THE RECORD LOW OF 60 BELOW HAPPENED IN 1934.

THE SUNRISE AND SUNSET EQUALS 6 HOURS AND 28 MINUTES AFTER A GAIN OF 7 MINUTES.

ACROSS THE STATE FORT YUKON HAD THE COLDEST READING, WHILE KODIAK WAS THE WARMEST.

THE SATELLITE AND RADAR SHOWS A VERY STRONG FRONT MOVING TOWARD THE WEST COAST OF ALASKA, OTHERWISE THE REST OF THE STATE HAS NO PRECIPITATION REPORTED.

IN THE LOWER 48 A VERY IMPRESSIVE STORM IS APPROACHING ALL OF THE WEST COAST AND PROMOISES TO BRING HEAVY RAIN AND SNOW TO ALMOST ALL OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA.

SNOW IS SCATTERED ACROSS THE SOUTHWEST AND CENTRAL PORTIONS OF THE COUNTRY. THE SOUTHEAST HAS A FEW SHOWERS, WHILE THE GREAT LAKES ARE SEEING A GOOD AMOUNT OF SNOW.

TEMPERATURES ARE COOL OVER MOST OF THE COUNTRY EXCEPT FOR THE SOUTH.

ALASKA;S OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW IS FOR SCATTERED CLOUDS ACROS THE NORTH SLOPE AND THE NOME REGION.

THE INTERIOR WILL SEE CONTINUED COLD TEMPERATURES WITH SUNNY SKIES.

ANOTHER DAY OF SUNNY CONDIITONS IS ON TAP FOR JUNEAU AND KETCHIKAN.

BETHEL WILL SEE SNOW TOMORROW WHILE RAIN IS LIKELY FOR COLD BAY AND KODIAK.

ANCHORAGE WILL HAVE PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES AS WILL VALDEZ, HOMER WILL BE CLOUDY.

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