Another batch of snow is headed this way.

Snow showers have been working their way up the Cook Inlet Tuesday afternoon and should make it up to Anchorage by the late-afternoon, early evening.

That means that during the evening commute there will be some snow coming down.

It will start out light and increase overnight with anywhere from 1 to 2 inches possible in Anchorage by the Wednesday morning commute, when there is a chance of some lingering scattered snow showers.

Up in the Valley, there could be from 1 to 3 inches in Wasilla and Palmer, with most of that falling Tuesday evening, and overnight into Wednesday morning.

It's already snowing on the western Kenai Peninsula, where it should end up with up to a 2- to 3-inch storm total.

The eastern Kenai Peninsula over by Seward could receive from 2 to 6 inches of snowfall with this system that will be over on Wednesday morning.

And finally, Prince William Sound will also pick up from 2- to 4-inches of snowfall over the next 24 to 36 hours.

Temperatures this week are not going to change much with lows in the teens to mid-20s and highs making it up to the mid to upper-20s.

There are more chances for snowfall later this week and over the weekend.

Drive safely out there and enjoy the next batch of the white stuff.

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