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Forecast for Feb 8th, 2017

FLOOD WARNINGS FOR CASSIA, CUSTER, AND POWER COUNTIES. Areas of street flooding and ponding will continue to be a concern. Wednesday promises quieter conditions until another warm storm with heavy rains returns for Thursday and Friday. Overnight, scattered rain/snow showers with strong gusty winds from the southwest at 25-45mph. Mostly cloudy skies with temps steady into the lower 30’s. Wednesday, partly cloudy skies with a few scattered rain/snow showers. Southwesterly winds will pick back up again bringing above average temperatures. Daytime highs will be range from the low 30’s to the low 40’s. Thursday, warm and wet with heavy rains likely and more flooding concerns. Highs will climb well into the 40’s with a few locations hitting 50 degrees. Breezy conditions with southwest winds from 15-30mph. Friday, Rain likely. Cloudy, with a high near 37°. Chance of precipitation is 60%. Saturday, A 30% chance of snow. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 30°.

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