ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Southcentral is situated between two areas of disturbed weather.
To our south and east, the remnants of an upper jet continue to stream in from the southwest over the Gulf into Southeast. Rain and snow is likely again today with 30s and 40s, then warming temps tonight and tomorrow as a rapidly developing low over the north Pacific moves northward. This low will bring heavy rain to all of the Panhandle. Up to 2 inches of inches of rain on top of heavy snow could lead to localized flooding tomorrow through Friday.
To our north and west, a surface low embedded within a weak upper trough is working onshore over Southwest. Circulation around this low continues to keep scattered snow showers in the forecast for all of Southwest, with snow ending in the Interior this afternoon. Well over a foot has fallen since yesterday in the highlands around Fairbanks. The city has seen nearly 10 inches.