Thursday will be our nicest day for the next few, so get out and enjoy it if you can. There is plenty to do around town this evening including Live After Five and even some great baseball. 

Partly cloudy skies will allow temps to climb to the upper-60s in the afternoon. Light winds will make it feel like the perfect June day. There isn't much more to say about the day, other than you should enjoy it while you can. 

Clouds will start building late in the day ahead of our next storm. Those clouds will continue to build through Friday. Partly cloudy skies become mostly cloudy as the sun sets on the workweek. The showers will hit the southern Kenai late Friday, Anchorage gets another few hours. 

Light sprinkles will likely start Saturday in Anchorage. But nothing too crazy. The heavy rain holds off, for now. The biggest difference Saturday will be the temperatures. We'll stay a bit cooler, topping out in the mid-60s under cloudy skies. 

Sunday looks to be a repeat. Scattered drizzle, mostly cloudy skies and temps in the mid to low-60s. 

The cooler trend sticks around through next week. But as is normal with weather, the ebb and flow of the atmosphere will have temps back above normal before you know it. 

Enjoy the sun!
-Meteorologist Jeremy LaGoo