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WATCH NOW: Mike Shultz’s Weather Report for March 1st, 2021.

Published: Mar. 1, 2021 at 7:06 PM AKST
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FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) - WELCOME BACK EVERYONE TO OUR MONDAY WEATHER. TODAY WAS ANOTHER DAY WITH A LITLE LIGHT SNOW AT TIMES.

ELSEWHERE ACROSS THE STATE KETCHIKAN WAS THE WARMEST WITH THE COLDEST TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE NORTH SLOPE.

THE HIGH FOR TODAY WAS 5 ABOVE WHILE THE OVERNIGHT LOW WAS 20 BELOW.

THE RECORD HIGH OF 50 WAS SET IN 1938, WHILE THE OVERNIGHT RECORD LOW DROPPED DOWN TO 46 BELOW IN 1956.

THE SUNRISE AND SUNSET EQUALS 10 HOURS AND 18 MINUTES AFTER A 7 MINUTE GAIN.

THE SATELLITE AND RADAR SHOWS MOST OF THE STATE COVERED BY CLOUDS WITH RAIN OVER THE SOUTHEAST AND SNOW FROM THE NORTH GULF COAST UP INTO THE INTERIOR.

IN THE LOWER 48 SOME RAIN IS FALLING ACROSS PARTS OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST, WHILE THE TEXAS AND THE DEESP SOUTH ARE RECEIVING LARGE AMOUTNS OF RAIN STRECHING ALL THEY WAY TO THE EAST COAST.

TEMPERATURES ARE ARE NORMAL ACROSS MOST OF THE COUNTRY. MEANWHILE BACK IN ALASKA TOMORROW THE NORTH SLOPE AND NOME WILL BOTH SEE CLOUDY SKIES .

THE INTERIOR WILL HAVE AREAS OF LIGHT SNOW, WHILE THE SOUTHEAST WILL SEE RAIN AND SNOW. SNOW SHOWERS ARE LIKELY FROM BETHEL SOUTH TO COLD BAY AND OVER TO KODIAK. ANCHORAGE WILL HAVE PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES, WHILE HOMER AND VALDEZ HAVE A CHANCE OF SNOW.

LOCALLY TONIGHT WE WILL SEE LIGHT SNOW WITH LITTLE ACCUMULATION, TOMORROW SOME LIGHT SNOW IS POSSIBLE ENDING BY EVENING. THE EXTENDED FORECAST IS FOR CLOUDY TO PARTLY CLOUDY SKIE AND TEMPERATURES SLOWLY WARMING THORUGH THE REST OF THE WEEK.

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