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Detailed Forecast for February 2, 2017

A steady flow of moisture off the Pacific will continue to stream in across the Pacific Northwest keeping us cloudy, breezy and unsettled with passing snow showers from time to time.

Thursday, mostly cloudy to completely overcast with scattered snow showers. We might see a bit of rain along I-86, but most of the activity will be snow in the higher elevations, particularly in the central mountains and near the ID/WY state line. Daytime highs will top out in the upper 20’s to mid-30’s.

Tonight, mostly cloudy with a few snow showers and lows near 20°. Winds from the southwest at 5-15mph.

Friday, mostly overcast with scattered snow showers in the highlands and a rain/snow mix in the valleys. Highs will be in the 30’s with breezy conditions. SW winds at 10-20mph. Chance of precip 60%.

Saturday, partly sunny with a good bit of cloud cover and more scattered rain/snow showers. Snow levels will rise as high as 6500 feet as highs will be in the 30’s and low 40’s. Count on several inches of new snow in the mountains with some decent rain totals in the valleys. Unfortunately with the rain falling on top of snow, low lying areas could see some flooding.

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