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WATCH NOW: Mike Shultz’s Weather Forecast for February 22nd, 2021

Published: Feb. 22, 2021 at 7:13 PM AKST
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FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) - WELCOME BACK EVERYONE TO YOUR MONDAY WEATHER. I HOPE YOU HAD A GOOD WEEKEND WITH THE COLD TEMPERATURES AS THE LOW THIS MORNING WAS THE COLDEST WE HAVE HAD ALL WINTER DROPPING DOWN TO 42 BELOW, HOWEVER TODAY OUR HIGH WAS 13 BELOW, BUT A DEFINITE CHANGE IS COMING OUR WAY.

THE RECORD HIGH FOR THIS DATE WAS 48 IN 1945, WHILE THE OVERNIGHT RECORD LOW OF 50 BELOW WAS SET IN 1932.

THE SUNRISE AND AND SUNSET EQUALS 9 AND HALF HOURS OF DAYLIGHT AFTER A GAIN OF 7 MINUTES.

ACROSS THE STATE THE COLDEST AIR WAS ALONG THE NORTH SLOPE, WHILE THE WARMEST AIR WAS OVER THE SOUTHEAST.

THE SATELLITE AND RADAR SHOWS A STRONG STORM TRACKING DIRECTLY AT THE STATE FROM THE SOUTHWEST.

ELSEWHERE, SHOWERS ARE MOVING ACROSS PARTS OF THE SOUTHEAST.

IN THE LOWER 48 MORE RAIN IS FALLING ACROSS THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST, OTHER WEATHER FEATURES ARE ALONG THE EASTERN SEABOARD ON DOWN TO THE FLORIDA REGION.

TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE COUNTRY ARE SHOWING A DRAMATIC WARMING TREND FROM LAST WEEK.

MEANWHILE ALASKA’S OUT LOOK FOR TOMORROW IS FOR CLOUDY AND COLD CONDITIONS ALONG THE NORTH SLOPE, WHILE NOME WILL ALSO BE CLOUDY.

THE INTERIOR WILL SEE SNOW DEVELOPING BY EARLY EVENING WITH GUSTY WINDS NEAR HEALY.

OVER THE SOUTHEAST, JUNEAU AND KETCHIKAN WILL SEE CLOUDY SKIES, WHILE THE SOUTHWEST AREA WILL SEE SNOW IN BETHEL RAIN AT COLD BAY, AND RAIN ALSO IN KODIAK.

SNOW IS LIKELY AT ANCHORAGE, HOMER, AND VALDEZ.

TONIGHT LOCALLY WE WILL SEE ANOTHER NIGHT OF COLD TEMPERATURES, BUT NOT AS COLD AS LAST NIGHT. TOMORROW SNOW IS LIKELY TO DEVELOP BY THE AFTERNOON LASTING THROUGH THE NIGHT.

THE EXPANDED FORECAST IS FOR PERIODS OF SNOW AND MUCH MILDER TEMPERATURES INTO THE WEEKEND.

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