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WATCH NOW: Mike Shultz’s Weather Forecast for April 9th, 2021

Published: Apr. 9, 2021 at 8:13 PM AKDT
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FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) - WELCOME BACK TO OUR FRIDAY WEATHER. TODAY WAS A DAY OF SUNSHINE AND COOL TEMPERATURES. IN FACT THE HIGH FOR THE DAY WAS ONLY TWO DEGREES AFTER WE TIED THE OVERNIGHT LOW FOR APRIL 9TH AT 16 BELOW.

THE RECORD HIGH FOR THIS DATE WAS 59 IN 1921.

THE SUNRISE AND SUNSET EQUALS 14 HOURS AND 34 MINUTES AFTER A GAIN OF 7 MINUTES FOR THE DAY.

OUR WEATHER PHOTO FOR THE DAY IS OF A SUN DOG.

OTHER TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE STATE ARE INDICATING THE WARMEST AIR WAS OVER SOUTHEAST ALASKA WHILE THE COLDEST AIR  WAS ALONG THE NORTH SLOPE.

THE SATELLITE AND RADAR SHOW ANOTHER STORM HEADING TOWARD THE WEST COAST WITH SNOW AND WIND, WHILE THE REST OF THE STATE IS VERY QUIET.

IN THE LOWER 48 A LOW-PRESSURE SYSTEM OVER THE MIDWEST IS RESPONSIBLE FOR SEVERE WEATHER FROM TEXAS EAST TO THE MISSISSIPPI BORDER.

TEMPERATURES ARE WARM ACROSS THE SOUTHERN SECTIONS OF THE COUNTRY AND COOLER TO THE NORTH.

ALASKA’S OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW  IS FOR SCATTERED CLOUDS ALONG THE NORTH SLOPE, BUT SNOW AND WIND MOVING INTO THE NOME AREA.

THE INTERIOR WILL SEE GRADUALLY WARMING TEMPERATURES AND MOSTLY SUNNY CONDITIONS.

ISOLATED RAIN IS EXPECTED IN JUNEAU WITH RAIN AND SNOW POSSIBLE FOR KETCHIKAN.

BETHEL WILL SEE SNOW, WHILE COLD BAY WILL HAVE RAIN, AND KODIAK RAIN AND SNOW.

SNOW IS LIKELY FOR ANCHORAGE AND HOMER WHILE VALDEZ WILL BE CLOUDY.

LOCALLY TONIGHT VERY COLD AIR WILL MOVE IN OVERNIGHT WITH MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES. TOMORROW SUNSHINE WILL RETURN WITH TEMPERATURES WARMING. TOMORROW NIGHT SCATTERED CLOUDS WILL RETURN WITH SLOWLY WARMING TEMPERATURES INTO SUNDAY. THE SEVEN DAY OUTLOOK IS FOR SPRING TO FINALLY ARRIVE WITH TEMPERATURES RISING TO THE LOW 40′S BY TUESDAY. NO PRECIPITATION IS EXPECTED.

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