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Clear and cold across huge portions of the state

Published: Jan. 1, 2021 at 7:15 PM AKST
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ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) - Clear skies and cold temperatures will dominate Alaska’s weather picture for the next few days. Temperatures across northern Alaska will stay well below zero with Anaktuvuk Pass dropping to near 33 below. Wind chills in northern Alaska are also an issue with wind chills dropping to -55 to -70 in some areas.

The Interior will see temperatures staying well below zero for Saturday. Southcentral will also see temperatures well below normal. Anchorage should expect a high of 9 above with single digits in the Mat-Su Valleys as well. Enjoy the sunshine but dress for those cold temperatures!

Another push of rain and snow will move into the Central and Southern Panhandle on Saturday. The rain and snow will last through the weekend with those snow showers moving north on Sunday.

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