Detailed Forecast

First Alert Weather Forecast

A Northwesterly flow off of the Pacific Ocean will continue moving little shortwave systems into Eastern Idaho and Western Wyoming, keeping snow in the forecast through the weekend.

Tonight, cloudy skies with temperatures falling into the 20's. Lingering flurries possible over the Eastern Highlands as more snow moves into Central Idaho.

Snow likely for Friday throughout East Idaho and Western Wyoming. Light accumulations around an inch is expected for the majority of the region with some locally higher amounts. Wintry mix possible south of Blackfoot as temperatures climb into the upper 30's. Highs elsewhere will be in the lower 30's.

A brief look into the weekend, shows the first round of snow to exit Friday night and an even stronger storm moves in for Saturday night into Sunday.

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There are currently no severe weather alerts.

Current Conditions

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Normal High:28°
Normal Low:11°
Record High: 46° in 1962
Record Low: -12° in 1964
Sunrise:7:55 am
Sunset:4:52 pm
Moonrise:4:07 am
Moonset:2:39 pm
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