Another cold front with showers and thunderstorms are moving into the region for Friday.

This storm system from the Pacific Northwest will bring back the rain showers for the Snake River Plain tonight and a rain/snow mix for the High Country with snow levels staying at 6,500 feet and higher. Winds look to gust as high as 25 to 35 mph with temperatures into the mid to upper 50's.

Heavy rain showers with a possible rumble of thunder is in the forecast for Friday and Saturday.

By Saturday night, temperatures look to dip close to the freezing mark for the Snake River Plain, where light snow showers could develop.

A weak storm system will clip us from the North on Sunday into Monday, bringing in blustery conditions as winds could gust as high as 30 to 40 mph.

The jet stream will begin to move north, allowing a ridge of high pressure to work back in on Tuesday. That will also start a warming trend into next weekend.

-Meteorologist Michael Coats