Today will continue to be in the lower to mid 20's but overnight lows will a big dip down to single digits.
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At last we have made it to long awaited Fur Rondy Friday! A much quieter weather pattern is in store for the next 24 to 36 hours before we start our weather engines again. It's vital that you get out and enjoy your Friday and Saturday afternoon, because as we head into Saturday night thing will shift back to snow.
This morning patchy fog dampen seeing the shiny glow of the sunrise at 8:16 a.m. but the clear skies this evening will allow you to enjoy the sunset at 6:10 p.m. Will get a slight break from this weather roller coaster that we have been on this week with precipitation, but unfortunately that isn't the case for our temperatures.
Today will continue to be in the lower to mid 20's but overnight lows will take a big dip down to the single digits. This high pressure ridge is cooling things off, but a low that is touching down in the Western Aleutians will go head to head with that high pressure tomorrow. This system is bringing with it gusty weather along the chain and heavy precipitation. Once it moves into the Southcentral Saturday night in portions of P.W.S and Western Kenai temperatures will hit lower 30's once again.
Currently there isn't any warnings or watches that have been issued but we are closely monitoring this storm as is looks to move in quickly bringing a heavy dose of snow, rain, and winds. The Southwest communities could start to see things changing later tonight.
In Anchorage a is ton going on this weekend so enjoy a little sunshine along with all the Fur Rondy events.