ANCHORAGE, Alaska — 3.3 inches of snow are needed in Sand Lake to break the snow record. While snow, some of it moderate to heavy, will fall this morning into the afternoon, we will likely come up short of the record.
Since temperatures are hovering near or above freezing, snow will be slow to accumulate. It may mix with rain in some areas. Expect anywhere from a dusting to 3 inches in Anchorage, with the highest amounts expected along the Upper Hillside.
Expect steady snow and rain this morning in Anchorage, then scattered showers this afternoon. Scattered to isolated snow showers are still possible tonight and Saturday morning with a threat of light accumulations.
Snow and rain are likely to continue in the Mat Su, also. A trace to 2 inches are possible through the afternoon.