ANCHORAGE, Alaska — After weeks of warm and sunny weather over much of the mainland, frosty temperatures are on the way.
Single digit temperatures have been observed this morning in northwest Alaska. This cold air mass is moving south and east and will gradually spread in over most of the state by tomorrow. The exception will be in PWS eastward into the SE Panhandle, where highs will remain in the 40s and 50s through the week.
Highs will reach the low to mid 50s across the Inlet region today but only top out in the 40s tomorrow. 30s and 40s in the Interior today will cool to 20s and 30s tomorrow.
Norton Sound and the Seward Peninsula will only warm into the teens and 20s today. Low clouds along the coast and isolated flurries are possible.