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WATCH NOW: Mike Shultz’s Weather Forecast for June 14th, 2021

Updated: Jun. 14, 2021 at 8:37 PM AKDT
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FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) - WELCOME BACK TO OUR WEATHER FOR A MONDAY. WHAT A DAY IN THE AREA WITH A HIGH SO FAR OF 81 DEGREES, AFTER AN OVERNIGHT LOW OF 52. THE RECORD HIGH WAS A SIZZLING 96 IN 1969, WHILE THE RECORD LOW FOR THIS DATE WAS 38 IN 1906.

THE SUNRISE AND SUNSET IS EQUAL TO 21 HOURS AND 39 MINUTES AFTER A 3 MINUTE GAIN.

TONIGHT’S PHOTO IS A BEAUTIFUL SHOT OF THE ALASKA RANGE FROM UAF.

ACROSS THE STATE THE WARMEST AIR IS OVER THE INTERIOR WITH THE COOLEST READINGS ALONG THE NORTH SLOPE.

THE SATELLITE AND RADAR IS SHOWING RAIN MOVING INTO THE WEST COAST, AND THAT IS ALL.

IN THE LOWER 48, SHOWERS CONTINUE ACROSS THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST, WITH STORMS ACROSS CENTRAL TEXAS AND FLORIDA PENINSULA.

HOT TEMPERATURES ARE ACROSS THE WESTERN HALF OF THE COUNTRY.

TOMORROW’S OUTLOOK IS FOR SCATTERED CLOUDS ACROSS THE NORTH SLOPE AND IN NOME.

THE INTERIOR WILL BE VERY WARM WITH ONLY AN ISOLATED SHOWER POSSIBLE.

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

BETHEL WILL SEE RAIN SHOWERS, RAIN IS EXPECTED IN COLD BAY, WHILE KODIAK WILL SEE SUNNY SKIES AS WILL ALL OF THE SOUTH CENTRAL REGION.

LOCALLY TONIGHT WILL BE CLEAR AND VERY MILD. TOMORROW WILL BE WARMER WITH NO SHOWERS EXPECTED. THE EXTENDED FORECAST IS FOR COOLING OFF WITH SHOWERS LIKELY WEDNESDAY, TAPERING OFF BY THURSDAY WITH BETTER CONDITIONS FOR THE UPCOMING WEEKEND.

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