A ridge of high pressure is trying to build back into Idaho and will keep us fairly quiet throughout Monday afternoon with the exception of some light mountain snow showers across Western Wyoming and the SE Highlands. Breezy conditions can be expected with gusts occasionally around 30 mph. High will be in the 30's.

Tonight however, a disturbance from Southern Canada will bring moisture into East Idaho and Wyoming. Snow is in the forecast overnight with a light dusting to up to 2 inches across parts of the Snake River Plain. The high country will see an additional 4-8 inches of the white stuff with this next round of snow. Lows will be around 30 degrees.

For Tuesday we begin to clear up throughout the desert and Snake River Plain as snow tapers off in the morning, but continues into the mountains. Highs will be in the upper 30's and lower 40's. Winds SSW at 10-20 mph.