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First Alert Weather

Good ole high pressure is back in the picture as it begins to dominate the Western half of the United States. For us that means a long stretch on consecutive sunshine and much warmer temperatures especially by the weekend.

Wednesday will be mostly sunny with a few high clouds. Temperatures start off really cold but will warm-up into the upper 30's across the Snake River Plain and stay into the 20's for the High Country. Winds will be a lot calmer today.

Tonight will be clear and chilly with temperatures falling into the teens for the I-15 corridor and single digits for the mountains.

Thursday will be very sunny with temperatures seasonable for the beginning of March. Highs into the 40's. Winds picking up a bit out of the southwest at 10-20 mph.

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There are currently no severe weather alerts.

Current Conditions

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Almanac

Normal High:41°
Normal Low:21°
Record High: 63° in 1987
Record Low: -8° in 1989
Sunrise:6:58 am
Sunset:6:19 pm
Moonrise:5:40 pm
Moonset:6:15 am
Today's MoonWaxing gibbous

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