There are only a few minor changes from yesterday to let you know about:
Clouds are sagging over the state, helping to bring some mild relief from the the biting cold for portions of the Interior. Strong winds aloft from the north are steering these clouds in. The air ahead of the clouds over the state is very dry, so expect clouds to quickly erode as they race southward. A return to clear weather ensues tonight nearly statewide.
Temperatures are up some 10 to 25 degrees in Fairbanks and McGrath. There is still the potential for ice fog and flurries. Coldest temperatures will be along the Alcan into the Copper River Basin.
Meanwhile, a sunny day today will give way to snow tomorrow in Southeast. A low is moving slowly to the northeast over the north Pacific. A Winter Storm Watch has been issued for the Panhandle for snow, some of it heavy, becoming likely tomorrow.