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Forecast for March 25th & 26th

Sunday, quite a bit of sunshine with warmer conditions as highs top out into the upper 50’s. Light breeze at 10-20mph.

However, Sunday night and Monday there is a good chance of rain showers across the region. Cooler, near normal temperatures are expected over the remainder of the weekend and early next week as a second Pacific storm system makes its way through the area Sunday night and Monday.

Main stem flooding will continue on the Portneuf river for the foreseeable future while, the Bear River at the Border slowly recedes benefiting from the cooler temperatures within its headwaters. Above normal temperatures return late in the week with a resumption of areal snowmelt flooding expected at that time.

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