The cloudy and mild weather we've had for the last few weeks will be sticking around for the foreseeable future.

Rain showers along the northern Gulf Coast will persist this week with lots of clouds in areas west of the Chugach and Kenai Mountain ranges. Those western areas could see some light rain and sprinkles from time to time, but it will be mostly dry through the week.

The stagnant weather pattern has a large trough of low pressure over the southern mainland that goes down into the Gulf of Alaska. Embedded within this trough are some disturbances that rotate some fronts toward Southcentral. One such front could bring some sprinkles to Anchorage and other western areas like Wasilla and Palmer overnight and on Tuesday.

Temperatures won't be changing much and will be close to normal or a bit warmer for this time of year with morning lows in the 40s and afternoon high temperatures making it up to the 50s.

There will be more sun breaks midweek as the trough pushes farther south. But by the end of the workweek more clouds move back in and so does the chance of some light showers and sprinkles for western and inland areas.

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