WATCH NOW: Mike Shultz’s Weather Forecast for September 6th, 2021
FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) - Welcome back to our Monday weather. Today turned out to be a great day with lots of sun and a high of 56, after chilly overnight low of 39.
The record high was 80 degrees in 1911, and the overnight low dropped to 20 in 1921.
The sunrise and sunset equals 14 hours and a minute.
Tonight’s photo is of hay bales in late summer.
Across the state, the warmest air was over anchorage and Kodiak. While the coolest air was located across the north slope.
The satellite and radar shows rain across southeast Alaska, and over the Seward peninsula.
In the lower 48, rain showers stretch from the northeast all the way southwestward toward Texas. Hurricane Larry is out in the Atlantic not bothering anybody.
Temperatures are warmest over the southwest part of the country.
Tomorrow in Alaska. The north slope will be cool and cloudy with rain in Nome.
The interior will see scattered clouds and a little warmer temperatures.
The southeast will see rain, while Bethel and cold bay will also have rain and Kodiak along with all of the southcentral region will enjoy sunshine.
Locally tonight we will see a very pleasant evening and this will continue into tomorrow night. The extended forecast is for partly cloudy to cloudy skies and temperatures near normal heading into the weekend.
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