Detailed Forecast

First Alert Weather

Tropical moisture from the Gulf of California is being pulled in over the Rocky Mountains. So our weather will remain pretty unsettled with afternoon thunderstorms a possibility each day. A cold front and storm system in Canada will drop down midweek and widespread rain showers and thunderstorms will increase across the region with cloudy skies and cooler temperatures.

Tonight, thunderstorms will diminish with partly cloudy conditions. Staying breezy with winds southwesterly at 10-20mph. Lows in the 40's.

Wednesday - Saturday, a slow moving cold front will move through the western US bringing bands of rain with intermittent sunshine as it trundles along.  Daytime highs drop into the low 60's in the Snake River Plain and the mid-50's in the highlands.  50% chance of rain almost every day. Possibly a few thunderstorms in the mix as well.

Thursday, expect colder temperatures with mostly cloudy skies and scattered thundershowers. Snake River Plain highs near 65°. Northeast wind 5 to 10 mph becoming light north northeast in the afternoon. Chance of precipitation is 40%. 

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There are currently no severe weather alerts.

Current Conditions



Normal High:64°
Normal Low:36°
Record High: 85° in 1966
Record Low: 17° in 1982
Sunrise:6:14 am
Sunset:8:33 pm
Moonrise:10:15 pm
Moonset:7:28 am
Today's MoonWaning gibbous

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