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Evening forecast for Saturday, Feb. 19

Wow, what a day. We saw a bit of everything as the storm passed through including several road closures due to flooding and snow. Unfortunately we’re not going to get any kind of a break yet as more storms move in.

Tonight, lingering showers transitioning mostly to snow with cooler temperatures. Overnight lows generally in the 20’s with a few low 30’s. Winds will continue throughout the evening.

Monday, count on cool, cloudy skies with showers and gusty afternoon winds. Snow levels will stay high at around 7000 feet as temperatures remain above average. Daytime highs will mainly be in the 30’s and 40’s.

Tuesday, another wet and cool day with strong morning winds. Models are showing that we could see wind gusts between 40-50 mph in some places, so hang on to your hats. Temperatures will be a bit better. Daytime highs will be above average, topping out in the 30’s through the upper 40’s with a possible 50 in the lower Snake River Plain. Snow levels will stay high, averaging around 7500 feet.

Wednesday, a few lingering showers with slightly cooler temps. Daytime highs will be in the 30’s with a few spots bumping into the 40’s. Snow levels will also drop, but we don’t expect any decent snow totals outside the mountains.

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