National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

Sunday Brings Heat Relief For Some; Flash Flood Threat Along Cold Front

A cold front shifting across the Central Plains, Midwest, Great Lakes and Northeast on Sunday will bring some relief from the heat with cooler and drier air. Excessive heat holds Sunday roughly south of I-70. Heavy rain from thunderstorms along the front may bring flash flooding. Read More >

 

A low pressure system has pushed into the western Gulf of Alaska impacting the weather in most of Southwest and Southcentral Alaska. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for the Kuskokwim Delta for blowing snow. Expect visibilities as low as ½ mile with 2-5 inches of snow accumulation. In Southcentral Alaska, a wintry mix of precipitation is at play with above freezing temperatures making their way into the area. In addition to the warm and moist air, gusty winds are in the forecast with speeds as high as 70 mph in along Turnagain Arm and Portage Valley. Click this link to view the Special Weather Statement and to learn more about this system http://bit.ly/2jbVwXk!