Any rain showers remaining across Southcentral with gradually taper off into the night. While the threat for thunderstorms is slowly disappearing, a rouge storm could bring some lightning and thunder to isolated spots. Once rain showers taper off, temperatures will gradually fall into the lower 40s into the night under mostly clear skies. This will set the stage for a beautiful start to the weekend across the region.

While some areas of patchy morning fog can't be ruled out, most locations will start with sunny skies and fairly cool conditions. Through the day though we will warm up quite nicely near 60 degrees. While some spot showers can't be ruled out, most locations will stay dry with some breezy winds. For Anchorage, we could see winds gusting up to 30 mph. Keep that in mind if you are heading outdoors. 

The drier stretch of weather looks to hold on to the region for the foreseeable future, with just some minor chances for rain. While clouds look to remain in the forecast, temperatures will top out near 60 or in the lower 60s through the next 7 days. 

Enjoy what will be a beautiful and mild weekend!

Meteorologist Aaron Morrison