Houston AK weather tomorrow and today

Houston AK weather tomorrow and today 2.28.2022 and 2.27.2022, temp currently is Overcast

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Wind Speed

29.52 in (1000.1 mb)

26°F (-3°C)

10.00 mi

Last update

27 Feb 4:56 am AKST

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7 Day Houston AK weather tomorrow and today 2.28.2022 and 2.27.2022

Partly SunnyHigh: 34 °F

Mostly Cloudythen ChanceSnowLow: 27 °F

Chance SnowHigh: 35 °F

Chance Snowthen MostlyCloudyLow: 23 °F

Mostly CloudyHigh: 35 °F

Mostly CloudyLow: 21 °F

Chance SnowHigh: 35 °F

Chance SnowLow: 20 °F

Chance SnowHigh: 36 °F

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Detailed Forecast

TodayPartly sunny, with a high near 34. Calm wind. TonightA 30 percent chance of snow, mainly between midnight and 3am. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 27. Calm wind becoming east around 5 mph after midnight. MondayA 30 percent chance of snow, mainly after noon. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 35. East wind around 5 mph becoming calm in the morning. Monday NightA 30 percent chance of snow before midnight. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 23. Calm wind. TuesdayMostly cloudy, with a high near 35. Calm wind. Tuesday NightMostly cloudy, with a low around 21. Calm wind becoming east around 5 mph. WednesdayA 30 percent chance of snow after 9am. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 35.Wednesday NightA chance of snow. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 20.ThursdayA chance of snow. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 36.Thursday NightA chance of snow. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 23.FridayA chance of rain and snow. Cloudy, with a high near 39.Friday NightA chance of rain and snow. Cloudy, with a low around 28.SaturdayA chance of rain and snow. Cloudy, with a high near 40.

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FXAK68 PAFC 271423

Southcentral and Southwest Alaska Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Anchorage AK
523 AM AKST Sun Feb 27 2022


A Gulf low currently situated near the Southeast Panhandle is
generating light wintry mix precipitation south of Prince William
Sound and over Middleton Island. Out west, a deep longwave trough
extends over the Bering Sea and North Pacific. Broad cyclonic
upper level flow with embedded shortwaves coupled with colder air
aloft is contributing to instability showers over much of the
Bering and along the Aleutian Chain. Additionally, one of the
shortwaves is developing a weak surface low south of Dutch Harbor
and moving slowly northeast toward Sand Point. Meanwhile, a
vertically stacked low over the northern Bering is on track to
approach the Kamchatka Peninsula with small craft winds subsiding
today just west of Saint Matthew Island. The Nighttime
Microphysics this morning shows areas of low stratus and patchy
fog over Bristol Bay, the Y-K Delta, and Kuskowim Valley, and cold
cumulus clouds streaming across the Aleutians.



The latest operational model runs are in good agreement with the
placement and intensity of synoptic scale features at both the
surface and in the upper levels. Compared to previous runs, models
are coming into a better consensus with the interaction of small
to mid scale embedded systems and the inverted surface trough
near the north Gulf coast. For Southcentral, snow is likely in the
Copper River Basin and rain/snow mix in Prince William Sound
today. Given the moderate to high forecast confidence, light snow
is also possible in Anchorage Bowl and the Matanuska Valley
beginning tonight into early Monday morning.

Out west, the aforementioned weak surface low located south of
Dutch Harbor is expected to move towards the Alaska Peninsula
today with rain and snow showers, and then light snow over
Bristol Bay on Monday. Models are also well clustered with a gale
force front extending from a North Pacific low moving slowly east
across the Western Aleutians early Monday morning. This front will
progress across the central Bering and Aleutians, bringing a
surge of warmer air, rain, and high end gales through Tuesday.



PANC…VFR conditions and light winds will persist through this
evening. There is a chance of light snow moving into the Anchorage
area by 28/10Z, bringing a reduction to ceiling and visibility to


through Tuesday night)…

An inverted surface trough continues to move slowly west across
the northern Gulf this morning. The increased pressure gradient
between it and a ridge building over the interior of the state, is
producing gusty offshore winds for Seward and Whittier. These
winds will peak around noon today, then slowly diminish through
the late Sunday evening as the trough weakens.

Clouds and scattered showers, mainly over the higher terrain, will
persist today as a weak upper-level wave lifts north in the
overall southerly flow aloft. A second, stronger easterly wave
will move from the Yukon toward the Copper River Basin this
afternoon. Diffluence ahead of this feature, combined with
moisture advecting northward from a low in the eastern Gulf, will
result in the development of light snow across the Copper River
Basin by late Sunday afternoon. As this shortwave tracks to the
northwest, light snow will advance toward the Chugach and
Talkeetna Mountains. The axis of this wave is farther east than
the models depicted yesterday. Thus, the challenge is how much, if
any, of this precipitation makes it over the mountains to the
Anchorage Bowl and the Mat-Su Valleys. Right now, it looks like a
brief period of light snow for Anchorage and Palmer overnight
Sunday into Monday morning. Any snowfall will be very light,
however, with around half an inch of snow accumulation possible.
Up to 2 inches of snow is possible for the Copper River Basin,
where light snow will be more persistent.

The precipitation tapers off through Monday afternoon as the
upper-level wave weakens and exits the region. Broad southerly
flow will keep showers lingering along the Prince William Sound
coast, though. Another upper-level wave and associated weak
surface low enter the western Gulf by Tuesday with showers
extending from Kodiak Island to the eastern Kenai Peninsula.


through Tuesday night)…

An upper low over the northern Bering is slowly departing the
region this morning while a second area of low pressure over the
northeast Gulf is gradually approaching the Alaska Panhandle.
Southwest will remain wedged between these two features on Sunday,
beneath general high pressure. Morning satellite reveals a weak
disturbance overspreading the Alaska Peninsula with some light
showers and increased cloudiness, but no accumulations are
forecast and winds are expected to remain light across the region
through early next week. South of the Alaska Peninsula resides a
second trough of low pressure, which is forecast to push into
interior Bristol Bay and quickly dissipate on Monday. Thus, a
second round of light snow or rain will be possible but short-
lived. Cooler temperatures will begin to filter into the region
from the west Monday into Tuesday before the next frontal system
arrives by midweek.


Sunday through Tuesday night)…

Multiple weak disturbances are lifting across the Bering this
morning and around the base of a larger trough to the north. These
are promoting widely scattered snow showers for the Western and
Central Aleutians as well as for the Pribilofs and should persist
through the evening hours on Sunday. Height rises ahead of the
next North Pacific upper low will overspread the Bering from west
to east on Monday with general clearing of precipitation
anticipated late Monday morning through early Tuesday. The next
upper low will then lift northward over the Western Aleutians and
into the western Bering while undergoing modest amplification with
pressure down into the mid 960 mb range. Warm air advection south
and east of the low will allow for a mix of rain and snow as a
broad front extends into the Eastern Aleutians. Gales and storm
force gusts will be common along the front, which should reach
Dutch Harbor as well as the Pribilofs by late Tuesday. Seas to 20
feet are forecast late Tuesday into Wednesday on the pacific side
of the Western and Central Aleutians and and also over the Western
Bering with the highest seas remaining just west of the


.Marine (Days 3 through 5: Tuesday through Thursday)…

Gulf of Alaska…A front stretches across the Northern Gulf
through Thursday. High pressure moves across the Southern Gulf
through Thursday. A new low and front approaches the Western Gulf
for Thursday. Forecast confidence decreases with the time of the
systems. Generally light winds increase to gusty Southeasterly
winds with areas of Easterly gales through the Barren Islands and
South of Kodiak Island. Seas building to 14 feet over the
Southwest Gulf, and to 10 feet over the Barren Islands and
Kamishak Bay Thursday.

Aleutians / Bering…A well developed Western Aleutian low moves
to Central Kamchatka for Wednesday. A strong North Pacific low
swings across the Aleutians into the Western Bering by Thursday.
Forecast confidence decreases with the developments of the low.
Widespread high end Southeast gales with areas of storm force
winds over the Western and Central Aleutians and Bering, becoming
East on Thursday. Seas building to 22 feet for Wednesday,
subsiding Wednesday over the Bering. Seas to 20 feet persists
along the Pacific side of the Aleutians through Thursday.


.Long Term Discussion (Days 4 through 7: Wednesday through

Recent model and ensemble guidance continues to show good
agreement on the large scale pattern. The synoptic pattern will
feature a broad trough over the Bering Sea and Northwest Pacific.
There are some timing and intensity with surface lows over the
Bering, northern Pacific and Gulf of Alaska during the next week.
For the Bering, the negative height anomalies at 500 mb persist
through March 3rd. The Bering and the North Pacific will be major
areas of cyclogenesis this forecast period. However, over Mainland
Alaska including Southcentral at 500 mb the anomalies are
positive through March 8th. For Southcentral high temperatures for
the Anchorage Bowl and Mat-Su Valleys will be above freezing
ranging from 35F-42F. For Southwest Alaska high temperatures along
the coast will be above freezing ranging from 34F-42F but
interior locations will hover near freezing by Thursday but will
rebound into the upper 30s and 40s on Friday and Saturday.


MARINE…Gale Warning 176-178 411.




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