Anchorage reached the 60s for the second day in a row Wednesday along with mostly clear skies, but as back to back storms move in, we'll be seeing less sunshine and more clouds heading into Memorial Day. 

Clouds ahead of the first storm quickly spread across Southcentral Wednesday afternoon and while rain is likely for Kodiak, Seward and Prince William Sound, Anchorage and the Mat-Su won't likely see much more than a sprinkle. High temperatures Thursday will drop slightly, into the upper 50s. 

We'll get a quick break between storms Friday with more sunshine and highs back near 60 degrees, but by Saturday, the next round of clouds will be moving in from the south. 

Right now it's looking like the coastal areas of Southcentral will see moderate to heavy rainfall through the weekend, while Anchorage will see chances for showers Saturday with rain Sunday, lingering into Monday.  

Have a great Friday Eve!
-Chief Meteorologist Melissa Frey