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Detailed Forecast for March 13, 2017

Quite a flip from just one week ago. Sunshine and soaring temps into the 60’s can be expected over the next few days. Next chance for showers will come on Thursday with an approaching cold front. Flood watches remain in effect for most of Eastern Idaho, with more rapid snowmelt. Monday, mostly cloudy to start with clearing skies throughout the day. Highs near 55° in the Snake River Plain. Winds from the southwest at 5-15mph.

Tonight, partly to mostly cloudy with lows dropping into the 30’s. Winds light and variable.

Tuesday, warmer with mostly sunny conditions and highs near 60°.

Wednesday, partly sunny, with a highs into the upper 50’s and middle 60’s.

Thursday, mostly cloudy with passing showers and highs into the 50’s. Chance of rain 50%. Winds picking up from the south at 15-30mph.

Friday, clearing skies with warmer temps as highs return to the upper 50’s and lower 60’s. Breezy winds at 10-25mph.

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