Two upper lows---one in the Bering Sea and another in the Eastern Gulf of Alaska---are keeping clouds and showers over the state. Because the Gulf low is vertically stacked to the surface, it has been mostly stationary. As a result, showers are still forecast for SE. Highs will reach the 50s to near 60.
Mostly sunny skies are making for a beautiful morning in the northern Interior and the Bristol Bay region. Clouds will clear out of much of the Interior this morning, then redevelop over the mountains and bring an increased chances of isolated showers and thunderstorms. The warmest temps in the state will be from Nenana to Fort Yukon with 70s expected.
Partly to mostly cloudy skies and scattered light showers are possible across the west. Inland will be warm, with 60s to near 70, but the coast will only reach the 50s.
More of the same for Southcentral. Mostly cloudy conditions with brief periods of sun, isolated sprinkles or light showers, and 50s and 60s.
Anchorage needs the rainfall, but will only see trace amounts through the week. Despite the clouds, this is a warm air mass, therefore, highs will likely top 60 degrees over the next couple of days.