Weekly Entertainment: What Weather Anchors Do During Commercial Breaks


This video shows weather anchor Scott Elnes, former weather intern at KOMO 4 News, dancing to the Iditarod music during a commercial break at Channel 2 News in Alaska. Sometimes that news music is really catchy!

We all know the weather is going to be cold in Alaska for the next 7 days,  but what about in Western Washington? Very similar, though there will be plenty of breaks to keep folks happy around here.

Today was beautiful, but you probably notice the clouds rolling in. Don’t worry, for the most part tomorrow will just be a cloudy and cool day with rain moving in by the late afternoon/early evening. The reason why we’re getting rain so late is because of the Olympic Rainshadow, which has been our friend several times this winter.  Highs will be in the 40s.

Tuesday morning will be wet but we should see some clearing in the afternoon. Highs will be in the upper 40s to lower 50s.

Wednesday we see more wet weather that continues into Thursday, but by Friday into next weekend there are hints of a pattern change for the drier. I’m not willing to go “mostly sunny” yet, but I think I’ll knock off the raindrops for next weekend. Highs will also gradually warm into the low to mid 50s which is closer to normal, but still below.

Have a fantastic Spring Break!

Matthew Leach

Kitsap Weather