Keeping It Dry
A Few More Clouds, But Nothing Falling From Them
A deck of overcast has been holding tight this morning over the Anchorage area. Looking at the latest satellite image, I wouldn't be surprised to see some sun start peek through those clouds as the afternoon wears on, especially given how thin the cloud deck it. But, it appears clouds will be present in varying capacity throughout the day.
Temps today will be contingent upon how much sun we can squeeze out, but I'm figuring low to mid 60s is a pretty good ballpark. Like I mentioned in yesterday's blog, models aren't handling the system out west particularly well. There does appear to be a little more agreement in keeping the weekend dry for most of us in southcentral. This is the solution I was leaning toward yesterday, so I don't see any reason to deviate from that today. Clouds will mix with sun both Saturday and Sunday and we could actually be a few degrees warmer than today too!
Still holding on to the threat of a few rain showers by the beginning of the workweek though. Given the fact that's still several days away and that models are still struggling, that forecast will likely be a work in progress that we'll fine tune as the weekend nears. In the meantime, we'll continue to roll with the dry stretch as long as we can get it!