For most of the state this winter has been a bit out of the ordinary if not just downright frustrating. Weird weather patterns have created bi-polar-like swings in conditions; from an early snowfall in late September to below average temperatures in December to rain and ice in January.

Here's yet another unfortunate turn of events: instead of the previously forecasted snow, NWS is predicting temperature drops for most of Southcentral Alaska.

Here's what you can expect heading into the weekend.

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