ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Light snow will clear out of the Cook Inlet Region this morning and later today in PWS. Snow or rain/snow mix will persist today in the SE Panhandle with 1 to 3 inches from Juneau northward though tonight.
Calm, chilly weather will again dominate the Interior, Slope, and West. A high pressure ridge has dug in it's heels for a second consecutive day, so, aside from flurries, moisture will be hard to come by. Fairbanks, for the first time in a week, dropped below zero this morning. The Slope will see temperatures close to 30 below tonight.
The messiest weather in the state is to be found in the Aleutians and Alaska Peninsula. Winds from the south will gusts through channeled terrain to 85 mph this evening from Cold Bay to Dutch Harbor. A High Wind Warning is in effect until early tomorrow morning. Rain and snow will be heavy ahead of this disturbance, with colder air wrapping around it to the west, keeping precipitation in the form of snow in Adak.