Skip to Content

Hang On Today

Gusty southwesterly winds from a solid cold front through the morning will create some blustery conditions today, with 15-30 mph wind. Gusts could top 40+ mph. Wind Advisory in effect through mid evening-9pm. High Wind Warning in effect for western/central Wyoming and areas toward Bear Lake.

There's a chance of showers/storms later in the afternoon, 35%. Mountain areas may see a rain/wintry mix at times from central mountains to Jackson. Better shower chances for Salmon/Jackson, 60%.

Highs today will be conistent with morning lows, upper 50's to low-mid 60's before a frosty night tonight, when chilly air behind the cold front punches through and drops temperatures to the mid 30's and around freezing for Jackson.

Gradual clearing and warming for Friday with SW winds 15mph+ and highs in the 70's & 80's for Friday/Saturday. We crank up the heat by Sunday and head back to the 90's for Sunday, Monday. 95-100 and dry for the rest of the week leading up to Father's Day.

Jeff Roper, First Alert Weather

Local Forecast
Author Profile Photo

Jeff Roper

Jeff has been forecasting the weather for 27 years from coast-to-coast and has worked in Charlotte, Columbia, SC, San Antonio, TX, He has been with Local News 8 for 3 years this fall and you can watch him every morning from 5-7am and at noon.


Leave a Reply

Skip to content