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First Alert Evening Forecast for Jan. 30

A nice but chilly day today with big changes coming as a series of storms move through Idaho. Count on slightly warmer, but wetter days ahead for most of the region.

Tonight, still chilly and partly cloudy. Overnight lows in the single digits and low teens with light breezes. Patchy freezing fog will be a possibility in some valley locations.

Tuesday, increasing clouds through the day with snow showers in the central mountains, along the continental divide, and near the ID/WY state line. The Snake River Plain might see a stray shower or two, but chances are only around 20%. Daytime highs in the 20’s with a few spots bumping into the low 30’s. Count on blustery winds throughout the day as well.

Wednesday, mostly cloudy with widespread off-and-on rain/snow showers. Locations over 6000 feet near the ID/WY state line will see several inches of new snow, with a few isolated spots getting close to a foot. Mountain locations below 6000 feet will see about 3-6 inches of new snow. Valley locations will see a rain/snow mix with daytime highs in the low to mid-30’s. It will still be breezy for most of the region.

Thursday, more widespread rain/snow showers with the snow level rising to around 5000 – 5500 feet. Daytime highs in the upper 20’s and low 30’s with gusty/breezy winds.

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