WATCH NOW: Mike Shultz’s Weather Forecast for July 29th, 2021
FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) -
Welcome back to our Thursday weather. Today was a cloudy day but still the high temperature was able to reach 71 after an overnight low of 56.
The record high was 95 in 1919, and the record low dropped to 33 in 1929.
The sunrise and sunset equals 18 hours and 27 minutes after a 7 minute loss.
The satellite and radar does show rain moving across the west coast and the southwest sections.
In the lower 48 more evening showers are over parts of the west and near the great lakes. Showers are also scattered over the deep south.
Temperatures continue very warm across much of the nation.
Alaska’s outlook for tomorrow is for cloudy skies along the North Slope and near Nome. The interior will see mostly cloudy conditions. Warm weather and sunshine will be the rule for the southeastern sections.
Bethel and cold bay will see rain, while Kodiak will be cloudy.
Anchorage and Homer will be cloudy, while Valdez will have just a few clouds.
Locally tonight we will see mostly cloudy skies into tomorrow with slightly warmer temperatures.
The extended forecast is for clearing skies and much warmer temperatures into the middle of next week.
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