WATCH NOW: Mike Shultz’s Weather Forecast for September 24th, 2021
FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) -
Welcome back to our Friday weather. Today the light snow continued and this kept the daytime high to only 36, after an overnight low was 32.
The record high was 69 set in 1934, while the overnight record low 8 happened in 1992.
The sunrise and sunset equals 12 hours and 1 minute, after a 7 minute loss.
Tonight’s weather photo is another beautiful sunset.
The satellite and radar is showing lots of clouds and lingering snow showers across the north gulf coast into the interior.Across the state the warmest air was over the Juneau region with the north slope the coolest.
In the lower 48 some showers and storms were over parts of the southwest, across the Midwest, and over the Florida region. Hurricane Sam is still getting stronger in the Atlantic.
Temperatures were quite warm across a large part of the country.
Alaska’s outlook for tomorrow is for cloudy skies along the north slope, with rain and snow in nome.
The interior will see a decrease in snow shower activity.
Rain showers are likely for Juneau, with mostly sunny skies in Ketchikan.
Sunshine will be abundant in Bethel and Kodiak with cloudy skies for cold bay.
Anchorage will have isolated showers, while homer will be mostly cloudy and Valdez will have mixed rain and snow showers.
Locally tonight we will have light snow off and on into the morning hours, then cloudy skies for the rest of the day into the evening hours. The extended forecast is for sunshine on Sunday but colder temperatures. Then the rest of the week we will see below normal temperatures with clear to partly cloudy skies.
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