Dry days are in the forecast, but another day of clouds and showers stands in the way. 

Friday will bring another round of clouds and scattered sprinkles through the day. Nothing that will accumulate, but enough to keep things dreary through the day. Temperatures will struggle to climb above the mid-50s during the day as clouds and moisture keep us cool. A push of moisture this evening will bring the return of light showers to the Anchorage bowl. Those should taper off Saturday morning. 

If you sleep in long enough Saturday, you will think the entire day is dry! For those up early, light showers will taper off by about 8 am. Temps will climb from the upper-40s to the upper-50s by the afternoon. While it will stay dry enough in town to get that yard work done, higher elevations will see those passing showers linger a bit longer. 

By Sunday, we should be dry across much of the region. Close to the Gulf coast and coastal mountains, we will see a few scattered showers. But in town we should get a few peeks of sunshine and another day with temps in the mid to upper-50s. 

Next week looks a lot drier and a bit warmer as temps will trend closer to the mid-60s by the end of the workweek. 

Have a great weekend!
-Meteorologist Jeremy LaGoo