Detailed Forecast

First Alert Weather

The same ridge of high pressure is still parked over the West keeping our forecast pretty much the same with slightly warmer temps each day. With the current snowpack and melting snow, the surface remains very moist allowing fog to continue. Strong inversions also will be sticking around for the rest of the week as well.

Tonight, a bit more mixing in our atmosphere will allow for fog to be kept to a minimum. A few snow showers are possible near Island Park and the Yellowstone backcountry. Partly cloudy with lows into the 10's and 20's.

Friday, will have a mix of sun and clouds with higher clouds moving overhead in advanced of a weak system set to move in this weekend. Highs will be even warmer with most of us getting into the 40's.

This weekend a weak storm will push in for mountain snow showers on Saturday and Sunday with breezy conditions, likely keeping fog at a minimum. A few rain/snow showers could pop up over the Snake River Plain on Sunday.

Maps & Radar

Eastern Pacific Satellite

Northwest Satellite

Surface Map

Jet Stream

There are currently no severe weather alerts.

Current Conditions



Normal High:32°
Normal Low:13°
Record High: 57° in 1961
Record Low: -15° in 1982
Sunrise:7:31 am
Sunset:5:51 pm
Moonrise:9:17 am
Moonset:9:56 pm
Today's MoonWaxing crescent

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