Yet another in a long line of beautiful days is in store for us today. Partly to mostly cloudy skies over the western half of Alaska will keep temps in the 40s inland with 20s and 30s along the Bering Sea and Chukchi Sea coasts.
Southcentral will get another dose of sunshine through the afternoon. Highs will range from the mid 40s to the mid 50s. There is a slight chance of rain over the Kenai Peninsula and PWS regions.
Scattered rain and snow showers are possible in Cold Bay and Unalaska. Most of the AK Peninsula will keep with mostly cloudy skies. Showers may extend into Kodiak, as well.
Clouds will pass through the Interior from time to time with an isolated shower late. Most areas will be back into the 50s.
The wettest part of Alaska is the Panhandle. Rain showers are possible this morning but it's what is coming beginning this afternoon that is of greater concern. Rain, with heavier showers at times, will encompass the southern end of the region. Rain will spread northward over the rest of Southeast tonight. As a result, temps will struggle to warm above 50. By tomorrow. rain will be possible over the entire Panhandle.