Our severe threat comes to an end today as a powerful cold front brings in much cooler temps and more rain and snow for the mountains. The forecast remains unsettled through the middle of the week before drier and warmer times ahead can be expected for the weekend.
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES are in effect for the high country of East Idaho and Western Wyoming for elevations above 7000 feet thru Midnight tonight! Mountain passes have the potential to be slick and snow covered.
Monday – wet, cold and windy with heavy rains and showers, even a few thunderstorms. Above 7000 feet snow will be the primary precipitation, causing slick roads on some of the mountain passes. Highs steady into the 40’s. Windy conditions with gusts up to 45mph possible especially over the Snake River Plain.
Tonight – overcast and chilly with lows into the 30’s. Showers and even snow above 6500 feet. Mountain passes will likely be slick and snow covered at times. Breezy southwest winds at 10-25mph.
Tuesday – mostly cloudy skies with some showers and more snow above 6500 feet. Breezy with southwest winds at 10-25mph. Highs will be cool with temps into the 40’s and 50’s. Chance of rain 40%
Wednesday – overcast conditions with more rain for the valleys and snow for the mountains. Highs will be well average with temps steady into the 40’s.