ANCHORAGE, Alaska — A broad upper trough remains over Alaska with a couple of lows rotating through the trough. While the primary of these lows near Kodiak is weakening, mostly cloudy conditions are still likely for most of southern Alaska. Another weak low is moving north toward the SE Panhandle. To the west of the trough is a weak ridge. East of the ridge axis over the Bering Sea and far western Alaska, dry, sunny and cool weather is expected today.
Rain will fall in SE with highs in the 40s and 50s. Isolated showers this afternoon will increase to scattered showers tonight in Southcentral. Highs ranging from the upper 40s in PWS to low 60s.
Mostly cloudy and showery with isolated thunderstorms in the Interior will keep highs in the 60s, although Fort Yukon may top out near 70.
Expect 40s and 50s along the west coast with mostly sunny skies.