Snow started falling in Anchorage at 3 a.m. Thursday, and will continue through the morning commute and into the early afternoon.

Although accumulations were light as of 9 a.m., Anchorage Police Dispatchers said they had reports of two crashes involving people with injuries and 10 without injury overnight. There were also 14 vehicles in distress reported to APD. 

Accumulations of 1-3" of snow are likely for most of Anchorage with similar amounts in the Mat-Su and slightly less for the Kenai Peninsula. Temperatures are in the teens and low 20s and will reach the mid-20s Thursday afternoon. View the latest conditions here.

Dry weather is likely for Anchorage Friday and Saturday, but this same storm system will bring snow to Southeast late tonight. 

A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for Juneau starting at midnight, continuing through Friday for 8-12" of snow. Accumulations of 3-8" is likely near Petersburg and 3-6" near Yakutat where winter weather advisories were issued by the National Weather Service.

Stay tuned to the KTVA Weather Center for the latest on this storm and for the potential for additional snow across Southcentral on Sunday.