Very little change from yesterday to report.
Rain becomes likely in the southern Panhandle thanks to a low pressure system that is moving northward into the eastern Gulf of Alaska today. Gray skies and showers remain over the northern Panhandle this morning. Highs will be back into the upper 40s and 50s in SE.
Rain is likely in PWS and the eastern Kenai Peninsula. Highs will reach the upper 40s to near 50.
Mild temps and mostly cloudy skies are back for Anchorage, the Mat Su, Kenai and Soldotna. Expect highs in the upper 40s to low 50s. The warmest weather will be along the middle and upper Susitna Valley, where mid 50s will be widespread.
Balmy and near record setting high temps return to the Interior. 50s to near 60 are likely in Fairbanks and surrounding areas.
Clouds and isolated showers are possible around Bristol Bay and the Alaska Peninsula. Kodiak will also see occasional periods of rain with 40s for highs across the region.
Surface lows continue to rotate counter-clockwise through the Gulf of Alaska. Showers will be a threat all week along the Gulf coast shores. Further north, areas of high pressure remain anchored over Canada and Siberia, bringing dry weather to all of the northern half the state through the rest of the week.