Sunny skies will take hold for most of the Interior later this afternoon. Sufficient instability could lead to a late day shower or isolated thunderstorm over the mountains. These showers will be slow moving. If they do manage to make their way very far off the mountains, sprinkles are about all that most populated areas will see.
Clouds this morning and sprinkles or light showers persist in Southcentral. As a weak area of low pressure dissipates through the day, periods of sunshine should emerge by the afternoon or evening. Even just a little sun will warm temps into the 60s in the Mat Su. Anchorage will likely reach to near 60. PWS will remain in the 50s with spotty showers.
The most organized storm system is moving into the Eastern Gulf of Alaska this morning. The front is spreading moisture ahead of it into the Panhandle. Periods of rain will be more of less constant in SE over the next couple days. Expect temps to reach the 50s to near 60.
Spring breakup is still underway in the Interior leading to ice jamming and localized flooding. Today the main threat in in Marshall along the Yukon River. A Flood Advisory is in effect until 3:45 pm in Marshall due to ice jamming near Russian Mission. In addition, a Flood Watch for potential minor flooding remains posted for Pilot Station along the Yukon River though the evening.