Detailed Forecast

First Alert Weather

The Western ridge of high pressure will be at its peak this afternoon meaning mostly clear skies and near record high temperatures. A cool front will push through the region Saturday afternoon bringing in some clouds and a few showers in the Northern mountains. The bigger issue will be the strong winds that will accompany this front especially over the Snake River Plain.

Tonight will be mild with breezy conditions as winds remain out of the SSW at 15-25mph. Lows into the upper 30's and low 40's.

Saturday will be partly cloudy over the Snake River Plain but a chance for showers in the Central and Eastern Mountains. Highs a bit cooler into the low to mid 60's. Very windy conditions with sustained winds from 20-35mph with gusts occasionally over 50mph. Blowing dust will also be a concern.

Calmer winds and drier for Sunday with highs into the 60's.

Maps & Radar

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Northwest Satellite

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3 areas are now under advisories, watches or severe weather warnings.

Current Conditions

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Almanac

Normal High:51°
Normal Low:29°
Record High: 70° in 1986
Record Low: 9° in 1975
Sunrise:7:18 am
Sunset:7:47 pm
Moonrise:12:48 pm
Moonset:2:49 am
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