WATCH NOW: Mike Shultz’s Weather Forecast for September 22nd, 2021
FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) - Welcome back to our Wednesday weather. Today was a nice sunny day with a high of 42, after an overnight low of 25.
The record high of 73 was set in 1995, and the overnight low of 12 happened in 1947.
The sunrise and sunset equals 12 hours and 14 minutes
tonight’s weather photo is a beautiful sunset in Tok, Alaska.
Across the state, Ketchikan had the warmest reading with the north slope the coolest.
The satellite and radar shows a huge area of low pressure moving toward southeast Alaska, while the snow diminishes over the interior.
In the lower 48 some rain is falling across the Pacific northwest, otherwise most of the rain and storm activity is located across the eastern half of the country down to the southern states.
Temperatures continue quite warm across a large portion of the country.
Alaska’s outlook for tomorrow is for cloudy skies along the north slope and sunny skies in nome.
The interior will see increasing clouds with rain and snow developing by evening.
The southeast will have periods of rain.
Bethel will see rain while cold bay and Kodiak will have a chance of rain.
Anchorage will be cloudy, while Homer and Valdez will see rain.
Locally tonight we will see an increase in clouds tonight into tomorrow leading to some rain and snow developing tomorrow night.
Snow is likely for Friday into Saturday with colder temperatures through the weekend.
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