Saturday, May 25, 2013
Sun Glass Advisory Tonight….Clouds Tomorrow
Oh what a beautiful day! Be prepared to wear you sunglasses if you’re going to be out and about tonight. A beautiful sunny night is in the forecast (I just love that we can enjoy sunshine at night)!!
Oh what a beautiful day! Be prepared to wear your sunglasses if you’re going to be out and about tonight.
A beautiful sunny night is in the forecast (I just love that we can enjoy sunshine at night)!! The Southcentral Region was definitely the place to be today as temperatures were slizzling (at least for our standards) into the 70’s, and sunshine was in abundance. Lake Hood today topped out at 72 degrees capturing the state’s high. If you ever wanted to work on that Alaska tan this was the day to do it! We are, afterall, still enjoying over 18 hours of daylight so what’s to stop you even after work?
I should forwarn you that there may be a burp in this wonderful summer forecast. A few clouds will be moving in tomorrow as yet another Bering Sea Low, this one over Nunivak Island, moves over Cook Inlet tomorrow. We may even see a shower or two. But it won’t be long lived. Nicer summer weather will make a comeback on Friday and last through the weekend. Take advantage of it if you’re planning any outdoor painting projects because wet weather is right around the corner.
The Southeast Panhandle tomorrow will get what we had today. Hot temperatures in the 70’s with sunny skies. Then the wet weather moves in for them on Friday.
Fairbanks and most of the Interior will be echoing the weather of the Southcentral Region which is partly cloudy with highs in the 70’s. The North Slope will see a few clouds move in but temperatures will remain pleasantly into the high 50’s and low 60’s for Prudhoe Bay.
Out West sunshine and temperatures into the mid 60’s will return to areas like Kotzebue and Nome while Aniak and Akiak dry out a little more.
All spots on the Alaska Peninsula from Dutch Harbor to Cold Bay will see some clouds and wet weather with fog in Dillingham.