The eastern half of the state will have mostly cloudy skies and areas of rain.
Showers will drift slowly to the south over the Interior. Fairbanks, Delta Junction, and Glennallen will see showers push through this morning, then redeveloping showers and isolated thunderstorms this evening. Highs will be in the upper 60s and 70s.
Southcentral will be dry, except for showers in moving through the Copper River Basin into eastern PWS. Expect 50s on the coast and low 60s inland in these areas.
Meanwhile, in Anchorage and the rest of the Inlet region, clouds should gradually break this afternoon, giving us periods of sunshine and warming temps. Highs will be near 60 to the low 60s.
SE will keep with mostly to partly cloudy skies and showers for the southern half. Look for highs in the 50s to near 60 in Juneau.
Finally, keep an eye out West. A low and deep trough (for this time of year, at least) is positioned over Siberia. It will slowly make it's way toward our west coast over the next couple days, weakening as it goes. A cold front is sweeping into the Bering Sea today. Behind it, temps will only climb into the 30s and 40s. Ahead of it, it will be seasonable, with 50s along the mainland coast. The damp, colder air mass arrives tonight. A 5 to 10 degree drop in temps is anticipated tomorrow. Until then, low clouds and fog will limit sunshine for many areas. Rain will pull onshore by early afternoon.
Looking toward the 4th of July, in general, expect cooler weather with mostly cloudy to cloudy skies and light showers for the Western and Southcentral parts of Alaska. The Interior will still see temps warm to near 70.