Cold Temperatures Passing Through Southcentral

first_imgMeteorologist Rebecca Duell says the NWS issued a Special Weather Statement for cooler temperatures from Wednesday through Friday this week… This drop in the mercury won’t doesn’t necessarily signal the beginning of fall or winter… FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享A cold front has been moving through Southcentral Alaska, but the National Weather Service says it’s possible the area will warm up again. Duell: “What we do have right now is a low pressure system that’s moving very slowly, but it’s pretty big, over the Aleutian Islands. So it’s pushing a cold front up towards Southcentral Alaska and that’s what’s going to be moderating our low temperatures over the next few days. So it’s hard to say whether or not this is necessarily the end of the warmer temperatures, because once that front goes through there is the potential that we could get some more above average temperatures, but that’s too far out for us to forecast.” Duell: “For tonight we’re looking at kind of a slow moderation of the low temperatures and we’re going to start to build in a little more cloud cover and that’s what’s going to bring those lows up a little bit more. So 39 last night and then tonight we’re going to have temperatures in the low 40’s, so a few degrees warmer for the lows. And then by tomorrow night we’re looking at temperatures right around 50 for the low.”last_img read more