A big cool down is in store for us as the cold front will live up to it's name, dropping lows this morning down to the freezing mark across the Snake River Plain.

Snow showers have developed across the Snake River Plain and the Northeast Highlands this morning but look to taper off by noon today. Winds will drive in from the Northwest at 25 to 35 mph, with gusts as high as 50 mph, which will make the wind chill feel 10 to 20 degrees colder than the actual temperature outside.

Thursday and Friday we'll transition out of one storm and into the next, as this upcoming weekend looks to be a soggy one. Expect another round of showers with temperatures into the mid 50's.

-Meteorologist Liz Cosgrove