As I write this, there's a beam of sunshine splashing down from the only break in the overcast I can find near our station. Just goes to show that even in this pattern, there can still be a little light at the end of the tunnel. A weak area of low pressure in conjunction with an upper level low over the Gulf is keeping rainfall scattered about the area. Pockets of showers will continue to meander about the region for the better part of this week as those lows aren't in much of a hurry.
Trying to pinpoint exactly where those showers will be at any point in time is like finding a needle in a haystack, but a good rule of thumb to go by in this pattern is at any point there could be a shower overhead. This isn't washout-type weather, but enough moisture and lift to warrant keeping the umbrella handy just in case.
Trying to narrow down the next day or so in the Anchorage area...better juice and upper level flow appear possible later tonight through tomorrow. This could result in higher probabilities for rain beginning around 10 pm. tonight. Brett will keep you posted on the rain threat during his shows later this evening. All in all, the QPF (Quantitative Precipitation Forecast) each day is relatively low, further emphasizing the scattered nature of the rain. Keep the poncho handy. Just don't wear it to work.
Have a good one,