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Detailed Forecast

First Alert Weather

An upper level low pressure system will be dropping down from Canada bringing in cooler temperatures and widespread showers and storms. Combine this with subtropical moisture still in place over the Rockies and we have ourselves a fairly wet forecast especially from Wednesday evening thru Saturday.

Wednesday will be mostly cloudy as a cold front moves across Idaho dropping our temperatures into the upper 60's this afternoon and keeping our winds breezy out of the southwest from 10-20mph. Scattered showers and storms will form this afternoon and evening.

Tonight will be cloudy with more showers and storms. Temps remain fairly mild overnight with lows into the mid 40's. Chance of rain 60%.

Thursday will likely be the wettest day with showers and thunderstorms in the morning and continuing all throughout the day. Highs will be near 60 degrees with cloudy conditions. Chance of rain 70%. Some snow possible in the highest elevations above 8000 feet.

Maps & Radar

Eastern Pacific Satellite

Northwest Satellite

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Jet Stream

 
There are currently no severe weather alerts.

Current Conditions

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Almanac

Normal High:64°
Normal Low:36°
Record High: 86° in 1992
Record Low: 25° in 2001
Sunrise:6:13 am
Sunset:8:35 pm
Moonrise:11:11 pm
Moonset:8:13 am
Today's MoonWaning gibbous

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