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WATCH NOW: Mike Shultz’s Weather Forecast for July 21st, 2021

Published: Jul. 21, 2021 at 7:25 PM AKDT
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FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) -WELCOME BACK EVERYONE TO OUR WEDNESDAY WEATHER. TODAY WAS A PRETTY NICE DAY AS THE TEMPERATURE SO FAR HAS CLIMBED TO 76, AFTER AN OVERNIGHT LOW NEAR 60.

THE RECORD HIGH FOR THIS DATE WAS 88 IN 1915, AND THE OVERNIGHT RECORD LOW DROPPED TO 37 IN 1964.

THE SUNRISE AND SUNSET EQUALS 19 HOURS AND 23 MINUTES AFTER A 7 MINUTE LOSS FROM YESTERDAY.

TONIGHT’S PHOTO IS OF A RARE WHITE FIREWEED PLANT.

ACROSS THE STATE, FAIRBANKS AND FORT YUKON WERE THE WARMEST WITH THE NORTH SLOPE, WHILE THE NORTH SLOPE SHIVERED WITH TEMPERATURES IN THE UPPER 30′S.

THE SATELLITE AND RADA SHOWED THE ONLY SHOWER ACTIVITY ALONG THE NORTH GULF COAST AND PARTS OF THE SOUTHWEST.

IN TH ELOWER 48 MORE AFTERNOON AND EVENING SHOWERS ARE HAPPENING OVER THE DESERT SOUTHWEST. ALSO PARTS OF TEXAS AND THE GULF COAST ARE SEEING WIDESPREAD THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY.

TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE COUNTRY CONTINUE WARM.

ALASKA’S OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW IS FOR CLOUDY AND A LITTLE WARMER ACROSS THE NORTH SLOPE WITH CLOUDS ALSO FOR NOME.

THE INTERIOR WILL BE A LITTLE WARMER WITH ISOLATED SHOWERS POSSIBLE.

RAIN SHOWERS ARE EXPECTED IN JUNEAU, WHILE KETCHIKAN WILL HAVE PERIODS OF RAIN.

BETHEL WILL SEE A CHANCE FOR RAIN, WHILE COLD BAY AND KODIAK WILL BE RAINY.

ANCHORAGE AND VALDEZ WILL SEE A CHANCE OF RAIN, BUT RAIN WILL FALL IN HOMER.

LOCALLY TONIGHT IT WILL BE A PLEASANT EVENING. TOMORROW WE WILL BE A LITTLE WARMER WITH SCATTERED CLOUDS INTO THE EVENING.

THE EXTENDED FORECAST IS FOR TEMPERATURES TO REMAIN IN LOW TO MID 70′S WITH SHOWERS POSSIBLE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.

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