...SNOW AND POTENTIAL WINTRY MIX OF PRECIPITATION EXPECTED ACROSS BRISTOL BAY, THE KUSKOKWIM DELTA, AND MIDDLE KUSKOKWIM VALLEY THROUGH THE WEEKEND... Two active storm systems and their associated fronts will continue to bring winter weather across Southwest Alaska. Additional snow accumulations of 2 to 8 inches are expected for much of the Southwest as the second front tracks north through Saturday morning, with higher totals possible near the Kuskokwim Mountains. Snow may mix with freezing rain or transition to rain, leading to lower snowfall totals. Some uncertainty remains regarding how and where this transition will set up. Current thinking places the transition zone from Dillingham to King Salmon and then Goodnews Bay to Sleetmute, with rain further south. Any wintry mix is expected to be brief with minimal ice accumulations. Precipitation should gradually change over to rain through Friday as the front pushes inland. As cold air returns behind the low Saturday, precipitation will begin gradually transitioning to snow from west to east, with brief periods of freezing rain possible.
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