WATCH NOW: Mike Shultz’s Weather Forecast for July 28th, 2021
FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) - Welcome back to our weather for Wednesday. After overnight rain the day was basically cloudy with a high of 64 after an overnight low of 56.
In 1919, the all time record high of 99 was set, while in contrast, the overnight record low of 34 was set in 1943.
The sunrise and sunset equals 18 hours and 35 minutes of daylight, after a loss of 7 minutes.
Tonight’s photo was of developing thunderheads near North Pole.
Across the state, the warmest air was over the Fairbanks area, while the coolest was in the North Slope region.
The satellite and radar shows rain over the West Coast and departing showers over the Easter sections of the Interior.
In the Lower 48, showers are once again over the Southwest, the Great Lakes, and the deep South.
Temperatures continue quite warm especially over the Central sections of the country.
Alaska’s outlook for tomorrow is for rain continuing across the North Slope and Nome regions.
The Interior will see more sunshine and warmer temperatures.
Juneau and Ketchikan will have partly cloudy to sunny conditions.
Bethel and Cold Bay will have rain at times, while Kodiak will see a few clouds.
The Southcentral region will see mostly cloudy to partly cloudy skies.
Locally tonight, we should see clouds decreasing leading to warm temperatures and more sunshine tomorrow into the evening hours. The extended forecast is for clear to partly cloudy skies and warming into the middle of next week.
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