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Detailed Forecast for March 1, 2017

Northwest flow will stick around throughout the rest of the week keeping a chance for a few flakes at times but sunshine should also peek out at times after Wednesday. Our next round of moisture arrives later this weekend. Wednesday, skies will start to clear up with some sunshine and snow showers mainly sticking to the ID/WY state line and Central Mountains. Winds out of the northwest will keep temperatures cool and mean that blowing snow will still be a problem in a few spots. Daytime highs in the 20’s and low 30’s. Tonight, partly cloudy with a few areas of stratus clouds developing. Lows into the teens. Slight chance of a few flurries. Thursday, A 20 percent chance of snow. Sunshine and clouds mixed, with a high near 35°. Friday, sunny with slightly warmer temps. Daytime highs in the Snake River Plain will hit the upper 30’s.

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