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Detailed Forecast for Jan. 5, 2017

The snow has ended but the impacts have not. As skies continue to clear, bitter cold Arctic air will continue to move in for Thursday and the rest of the week. This makes going outside dangerous for extended periods of time is not dress properly. Remember frostbite can set in on exposed skin in just 10 minutes or less when wind chills drop below -30°. WIND CHILL WARNING — A Wind Chill warning has been issued for most of East Idaho including all of the Snake River Plain thru Noon on Thursday. Wind Chill values will range from -20° to -40°. Thursday, sunny skies and BITTER COLD with a high near 5°. Winds calming down later this morning. Thursday Night, mostly clear with dangerously cold temps ranging from -5° in the south to -25° further north. Friday, mostly sunny skies with temps struggling to get above 0°. Saturday, a mix of sun and clouds as our atmosphere gets ready for another Major winter storm. Highs warming into the 10’s and low 20’s. Slight chance for snow showers across Central Idaho.

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