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Detailed Forecast

First Alert Weather

Our Arctic air mass is still holding strong over the Northern Rockies, but warmer weather is coming as a weak area of high pressure slowly builds in from the south and west.

Tonight will be another night of bitter cold temps as lows drop into the single digits and below zero. Skies will stay mainly clear with some patchy freezing fog possible especially in the lower valleys.

Wednesday, expect a mix of sun and clouds with temps climbing into the mid and upper 20's.

Thursday: Mother Nature finally decides to evict the cold air as temperatures bump up a good 10 - 15 degrees. Highs in the 30's and 40's under partly cloudy skies. 

Friday: A storm from the NW moves in bringing a 20% - 40% chance of precip. Daytime highs ranging from the low 30's to the low 40's means a few places in the lower Snake River Plain could see a rain/snow mix. 

Weekend: Partly cloudy skies with a few lingering snow showers in parts of Wyoming. Highs a bit cooler with most areas topping out in the low 30's.

Maps & Radar

Eastern Pacific Satellite

Northwest Satellite

Surface Map

Jet Stream

There are currently no severe weather alerts.

Current Conditions



Normal High:33°
Normal Low:16°
Record High: 54° in 2012
Record Low: -2° in 1967
Sunrise:7:40 am
Sunset:4:52 pm
Moonrise:11:03 pm
Moonset:12:03 pm
Today's MoonWaning gibbous

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