Snow has tapered to flurries throughout most of Southcentral. Anchorage saw an additional 1 to 3 inches last night, bringing us that much closer to the snowfall record.
While today will be dry for the most part, snow is still in the forecast beginning Saturday night and remaining through Tuesday. We'll get a break from the cloud cover and snow today and tomorrow morning in Anchorage and the Valley. Patchy clouds and fog will persist this morning but most of the afternoon should be mostly sunny. Clear skies overnight will make for one of the coldest nights we've had in some time. Then, we're right back to windy and snow conditions.
Cold and mostly cloudy weather will dominate the Interior and West. Light snow accumulations are possible. Southeast will see highs in the 30s and 40s with rain and snow over the southern end of the Panhandle. Clouds will break further north, revealing partly cloudy skies at times this afternoon from Juneau northward.
Blizzard conditions developed overnight in the Pribilofs but they will not endure all day. Rain and snow along with strong winds will continue to blast the eastern Aleutians and AK Peninsula this morning as the front pushed through. Nasty weather will wane before a stronger low hot on the heel of the current low pulls in. This is the storm that will bring warmer temps, snow, and strong winds to Southcentral this weekend.