Showers move through late tonight, but widespread fog will likely be the story by tomorrow morning.
It's a warm Saturday for January before a slow-moving storm system moves closer tomorrow.
Today's showers are out, but some drizzle is possible overnight. Better weather Saturday.
The swearing-in temperature was 48 degrees, under overcast skies.
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Fairbanks dipped to minus-51, its coldest temperature in 17 years.
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Today's rain should be mainly light and sporadic. Drier and warmer tomorrow.
Showers are most likely between about sunrise and early afternoon Friday.