Record snow fall this season in South Central Alaska and it looks like it will not be stopping anytime soon. There will be some high pressure building over South Central on Monday, which makes a great work day to get all the snow cleared off for the next big snow fall on Tuesday and Wednesday. On Thursday and Friday there will be 30 mph winds coming from the northeast through the Anchorage Bowl. Temperatures will be slightly dropping for next weekend but it will be partly to mostly cloudy skies.
The Southeast has mostly to cloudy skies. Temperatures have dropped and there will be 20 mph winds throughout the area with snow showers. The Interior will have cloudy to mostly cloudy skies with a Wind Chill Advisory out for Prudhoe Bay for -55 degrees; blowing snow in the morning for Barrow. Fairbanks will have morning snow showers. The West will have mostly cloudy skies with snow showers. Bethel will have a Blizzard Watch and St. Mary will have a Wind Chill Advisory for -40 degrees. Blowing snow and low visibility will be present over the Southwest with the strongest winds over Kodiak. A Blizzard Warning will be in effect over Unalaska. Kenai Peninsula will have mostly sunny skies with some windy conditions on the east side. There will also be a Blizzard Watch out for the Turnagain Arm and Portage Valley. The Matsu Valley will have partly cloudy skies.
Tonight for the Anchorage Bowl there will be some light snow flakes tonight with cloudy night skies transitioning to cloudy skies by tomorrow morning with no snow.
Anyone who says sunshine brings happiness has never danced in the snow. ~Author Unknown