A few lingering showers heading into early Friday, with a partly to mostly cloudy sky throughout the day. Mountain locations, especially near the Wyoming and Montana borders will run the risk of snow showers and flurries.
Warming temperatures in the higher elevations will contribute to snow melt and flooding.
Winds for Friday out of the southwest at 15-20 mph, with gusts over 30mph.
Daytime highs for the Snake River Plain will hit the upper 40's and lower 50's.
A nice Saturday with highs back into the mid 50's and more sunshine in the forecast. Showers will try to return back to the weather late Sunday and Monday.
-Meteorologist Michael Coats