Rain and snow showers remain over the southern and western parts of the state thanks to a low pressure area in the southern Bering, just west of Bristol Bay. Flow around the low is drawing moisture out of the Gulf of Alaska into southern Alaska.
Clouds overnight keep temps in the teens and 20s. While temperatures will not climb as dramatically as in past days due to the cloud cover, near average highs will be widespread. Look for 30s and 40s from SE through Southcentral, with 20s and 30s in Southwest.
Moderating temps with scrappy clouds are in store for the Interior. Highs will be in the teens to near 30.
North of the Brooks Range, cold dry air and winds to 20 mph will make for yet another day of brutal wind chills. Wind chill advisories for wind chills to 65 below are in effect along the Arctic coast.
There will be little change through the rest of the work week. Clouds and rain and snow showers will continue in the south and west with partly to mostly sunny skies elsewhere. These weather systems are not deep, well-developed lows. Moisture is limited as the jet track stays to the south. Thus, outside of PWS, most of the precipitation will be showery and light to moderate.