Snow to taper off by morning; temps moderate a bit
The cold air has moved into Southcentral with single digit temperatures in most western and interior locations and over in Portage.
There is a Windchill Advisory posted for the northern Susitna Valley from Cantwell to Broad Pass until 5 p.m. for windchills that range from 30 below to 45 below zero.
Coastal areas on the Kenai Peninsula from Homer to Seward are in the low teens. Prince William Sound temperatures range from the mid-teens in Valdez to the mid-30s in Cordova where it has been snowing with some rain mixed in.
The storm in the northern Gulf has pushed in snow showers to much of Southcentral where it continues to fall. The heaviest snow will be around coastal areas from Cordova to Portage and Seward.
There is a Blizzard Warning for Thompson Pass until 6 p.m. Thursday for 4" to 7" of snow with wind that could gust up to 55 mph.
Friday morning, there may be some lingering snow showers but it will dry up with some sun breaks by the afternoon. And, it should be a bit warmer in the afternoon after another cold morning as the flow swings around from the north to the south.
This weekend looks like it will be dry with lows in the single digits and highs in the mid to upper teens.
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