A disturbance across the Northern Rockies is sending clouds and moisture across our region tonight. A ridge of high pressure will build in briefly for the Wednesday afternoon and Thursday. However, it breaks down fairly quickly to make way for another Northwest low that will bring scattered snow and wind for the weekend.
Windy conditions will continue into tonight along with cloudy skies. Temperatures will be very mild into the 30's and wind gusts will be between 30-40 mph.
Weather quickly begins to improve on Wednesday as High pressure begins to build back in and snow tapers off across Western Wyoming. Partly sunny skies with highs into the mid and upper 40's!
Thursday, expect lighter winds, more sunshine and highs into the mid 40's for the Snake River Plain.
Friday Mostly cloudy, with a high near 45°
Saturday, A chance of rain and snow. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 40°. Windy at 10-15 mph, gusts around 25 mph.
Sunday, chance of rain. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 40°.