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

Published: Feb. 26, 2021 at 7:10 PM AKST
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FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) - WELCOME BACK TO OUR FRIDAY WEATHER. TODAY WE HAD CLOUDY SKIES WITH AN OCCASIONAL SNOW SHOWER. THE HIGH FOR THE DAY WAS 17, WHILE THE OVERNIGHT LOW WAS 7.

ACROSS THE STATE THE COLDEST AIR WAS ALONG THE NORTH SLOPE WHILE KODIAK HAD THE WARMEST READING.

THE RECORD HIGH FOR THE DAY WAS 45 IN 1928, AND THE RECORD LOW DROPPED TO 51 BELOW IN 1932.

THE SATELLITE AND RADAR SHOWS ALOT OF MOISTURE STREAMING FROM THE SOUTHWEST ACROSS MOST OF THE STATE EXCEPT NORTH OF THE BROOKS RANGE.

IN THE LOWER 48, MORE RAIN CONTNUES TO STREAM IN FROM THE PACIFIC OCEAN OVER WASHINGTON.

THE SOUTHERN STATES ARE SEEING QUITE A BIT OF RAIN AND THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY.

TEMPERATURES ARE COOLING DOWN ACROSS A LARGE PORTION OF THE COUNTRY.

ALASKA’S OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW IS FOR CLOUDY AND COLD CONDITIONS ONCE AGAIN ACROSS THE NORTH SLOPE, WHILE NOME WILL SEE SUNSHINE.

THE INTERIOR WILL HAVE PERIODS OF SNOW WITH 4-7 INCHES POSSIBLE ACROSS THE MIDDLE TANANA VALLEY.

JUNEAU WILL SEE HEAVY SNOW TURN TO HEAVY RAIN BY AFTERNOON, KETCHIKAN WILL ALSO HAVE HEAVY RAIN.

SNOW WILL FALL AT BETHEL,COLD BAY WILL HAVE SNOW SHOWERS, AND KODIAK WILL HAVE RAIN SHOWERS.

SNOW WILL ALSO FALL IN ANCHORAGE AND VALDEZ, WHILE HOMER WILL SEE RAIN AND SNOW.

LOCALLY TONIGHT MORE SNOW IS LIKELY WITH 1-2 INCHES POSSIBLE, ANOTHER 4 INCHES IS POSSIBLE TOMORROW AND TOMORROW NIGHT BEFORE THE SNOW BEGINS TO DIMINISH BY SUNDAY AFTERNOON.

THE EXTENDED FORECAST IS FOR MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES AND A LITTLE COOLER TEMPERATURES FOR MOST OF NEXT WEEK.

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