ANCHORAGE, Alaska — The flood warning on the Kuskokwim River near Aniak has been extended until 10 p.m. Tuesday.
An ice jam has formed about 10 miles down river near Crow Village. Water levels will continue to rise until the ice jam releases.
As for the rest of the state, conditions remain fairly consistent on May 8.
A weakening area of low pressure in the Gulf of Alaska continues to create rain showers in Southeast.
Convection from two different lows wills keep the showers going through this evening but they are expected to end by Wednesday. A few areas around Sitka and Craig are even expected to experience isolated thunderstorms.
Cold air continues down the west coast. Bethel expecting a high today of only 37, that’s about 10 degrees colder than average. St. Paul also on the cool side with highs in the upper 20s. Also, 10 degrees colder than normal.
Snow showers are expected on the Bering Sea side of the Alaska Peninsula.
Increasing clouds through Anchorage and the Mat-Su are expected along with isolated and scattered showers by the afternoon and into the evening.
Once again, rain showers continue around Prince William Sound with snow showers popping up near the mountains.