Parade of storms takes aim on Coastal Alaska
Snow and warmer temperatures headline the end of November
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) - One storm, two storm, snowy stormy, rain storm!
A lot is taking place over Alaska in the coming days, as a parade of storms sweeps up the panhandle and impacts Southcentral and Southeast Alaska. While most of the snow from today is coming to an end, we’re still dealing with warming temperatures. Strong southerly winds have warmed many locations above freezing this evening, with little change in temperatures through the night. However, as the winds die down, we should still bottom out in the mid to upper 20s into Thanksgiving morning.
While some flurries can’t be ruled out for Thanksgiving, most of the day will be on the drier side. We’ll catch some sun breaks in the afternoon ahead of our next storm which promises to bring us some accumulation. The next storm arrives overnight Thursday into Friday, with plenty of moisture for us to tap into.
Through the weekend and into next week, the parade of storms will continue. This will not only keep us on the warmer side, but also keep a mixed bag of precipitation in the forecast. It’s likely that many locations will see all types of precipitation over the next week, with the exception of higher elevations.
Have a Happy Thanksgiving!
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