Local Forecast

Cooler Weekend 3-9-18

TONIGHT: Cloud cover lingers overnight keeping temperatures mild with lows in the 30s. 

TOMORROW: A cold front arrives Saturday bringing gusty winds and cooler temps. A few light rain/snow showers will be possible over some areas, especially around the Palmer Divide towards the afternoon. Afternoon temperatures cool to the 40s with northwest winds gusting in excess of 35 mph. A Wind Alert Level One is in effect for the day in anticipation of the gusty winds and elevated fire danger. Saturday will not be a good day to do any burning.

EXTENDED: Sunday remains cool with highs in the 30s and 40s and some lingering clouds. The week will then start with seasonable temperatures with highs in the 40s and 50s. Slight chances for light sprinkles and flurries will continue as a disturbance moves through. By the mid to late part of the week, temperatures are much warmer again with winds and fire danger increasing once again. Highs will be back to the 50s/60s/70s with conditions remaining dry. 


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