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WATCH NOW: Mike Shultz’s Weather Forecast for June 11th, 2021

Updated: Jun. 11, 2021 at 8:15 PM AKDT
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FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) - WELCOME BACK EVERYONE TO OUR FRIDAY WEATHER. TODAY WE HAD MORE SUNSHINE, BUT ALSO A FEW ISOLATED SHOWERS, NEVER-THE-LESS OUR HIGH TEMPERATURE TOPPED OUT AT 66 AFTER AN OVERNIGHT LOW OF 49.

THE RECORD HIGH OF 85 WAS SET IN 1992, AND THE OVERNIGHT RECORD LOW HAPPENED IN 1931.

THE SUNRISE AND SUNSET EQUALS 21 HOURS AND 28 MINUTES OF DAYLIGHT AFTER A GAIN OF 4 MINUTES.

TONIGHT’S PHOTO IS A BEAUTIFUL ALASKAN ORCHID.

ACROSS THE STATE, FORT YUKON HAD THE WARMEST READINGS WHILE THE NORTH SLOPE WAS QUITE CHILLY.

THE SATELLITE AND RADAR SHOWS SOME SHOWERS ACROSS THE SEWARD PENINSULA AND SOME ISOLATED SHOWERS ACROSS THE INTERIOR.

IN THE LOWER 48 SOME SHOWERS ARE ACROSS THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST,WHILE STORMS ARE ROLLING ACROSS PARTS OF THE SOUTH AND OVER THE EASTERN SEABOARD.

TEMPERATURES CONTINUE QUITE WARM ACROSS A MAJOR PART OF THE COUNTRY.

ALASKA’S OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW IS FOR A CHANCE OF RAIN AND SNOW ALONG THE NORTH SLOPE, WHILE NOME WILL SEE CLOUDY SKIES.

THE INTERIOR WILL BE WARMER WITH ISOLATED AFTERNOON AND EVENING SHOWERS OR THUNDERSTORMS.

JUNEAU WILL SEE RAIN SHOWERS, WHILE KETCHIKAN WILL BE CLOUDY.

BETHEL AND COLD BAY WILL BE CLOUDY, WHILE KODIAK WILL HAVE JUST A FEW CLOUDS.

SUNSHINE WILL COVER ALL OF THE SOUTH CENTRAL REGION.

LOCALLY TONIGHT WE SHOULD SEE PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES. TOMORROW WILL BE MUCH WARMER WITH ISOLATED AFTERNOON AND EVENING SHOWERS OR THUNDERSTORMS INTO THE EVENING HOURS AND AGAIN ON SUNDAY.

THE EXTENDED FORECAST IS FOR TEMPERATURES NEAR 80 MONDAY AND TUESDAY AND CONTINUED WARM FOR THE REST OF THE WEEK.

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