Here Comes The Rain Again
We have rain currently falling over a large portion of the western half of the state and all of this is migrating eastward and will bring rain into the Interior and south central over the next 24 hours.
We have rain currently falling over a large portion of the western half of the state and all of this is migrating eastward and will bring rain into the Interior and south central over the next 24 hours. In south central the rain will begin to arrive this evening and should taper off to showers throughout the day on Tuesday with much nicer weather for the second half of the work week. In the Interior the wet weather could stick around a little while longer. At least into Wednesday. The best weather the next few days will be found in the southeast where they will see some sunshine and pleasant temperatures in the 60s and 70s.
7 Day Forecast For Anchorage
For the rest of the day it will be cloudy with rain moving in this evening. Highs will be in the low 60s. Overnight we will have rain with lows in the low to mid 50s. Tuesday the rain will taper off to showers under mostly cloudy skies. Highs will be in the low to mid 60s. Wednesday through Saturday look much nicer with partly cloudy skies and highs in the mid to even upper 60s. Sunday a few more clouds may return with highs in the mid 60s.
Precipitation totals over the past 24 hours ending at 4 AM Monday.
Anchorage NWS Sand Lake - Trace
Bethel - 0.12''
Cold Bay - 0.14''
Dutch Harbor - 0.01''
Homer - 0.01''
Kenai - 0.01''
King Salmon - 0.07''
Kodiak - 0.03''
Kotzebue - 0.03''
McGrath - 0.06''
Saint Paul Island - 0.61''
Alaska extremes as of 4 AM Monday. The hot spot over the past 24 hours was Northway where it hit 85 degrees. The cold spot over the past 12 hours was Barrow where it dipped to 34 degrees.