An upper ridge of high pressure is taking shape over the Bering and will continue to build into mainland Alaska today. Mostly to partly sunny skies will be widespread---the Interior, West, Southwest, and Southcentral regions of the state will get generous doses of sun with above-normal temperatures.
Southeast is contending with a weak upper trough and associated surface disturbance over the Gulf. Clouds and isolated showers are back for today. 40s and 50s are expected for highs. Periods of sun will mix in with the cloud cover for some areas.
Nearly all of the state will be dry. Isolated showers in the Panhandle, isolated morning rain or snow showers in the AK Peninsula and Kodiak, and flurries along the North Slope are our only prospects for precipitation today.
Three inches of snow is all that remains officially in Anchorage. We will see some significant greening by the weeks end. Look for the trees to begin budding and for the your garden to start showing itself.