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A partial solar eclipse overnight

High pressure clears the clouds and brings on warmer temperatures
Updated: Jun. 9, 2021 at 8:44 PM AKDT
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ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) - Parts of interior to northern Alaska have a chance to view a partial solar eclipse in the early morning hours. Utqiagvik has the best viewing opportunity, providing the skies are clear enough to see the event.

Partial solar eclipse viewing opportunity for northern Alaska locations
Partial solar eclipse viewing opportunity for northern Alaska locations(Alaska's Weather Source)
Partial solar eclipse viewing opportunity for northern Alaska locations
Partial solar eclipse viewing opportunity for northern Alaska locations(Alaska's Weather Source)

The storm system affecting southern parts of the state moves south through the night.

Clouds will start breaking up Thursday and temperatures to rebound to the 60s as a ridge of high pressure builds in from western Canada.

Anchorage will deal with cloudy, windy weather through Wednesday night. Friday is looking like its going to be a very nice day here locally. It is the start of an upward trend in our temperatures.

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