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Patchy Freezing Fog, Flurries for the Plain


Cold air, patchy fog, low cloud cover for the Plain with a few flurries. We'll see many low temperatures close to zero, with many spots going sub-zero. Many locations in Central Idaho and Wyoming, will enjoy mainly sunny skies. We'll see some scattered snow showers for Thursday and Friday. However, this is not a major storm system.

Tuesday, look for partly to mostly cloudy with a few flurries. Patchy freezing fog possible. Highs into the upper teens and lower 20's. North winds around 5-10 mph.

Wednesday, partly cloudy and light winds with highs close to 30°.

Thursday: Mostly cloudy with a chance of afternoon and evening snow showers. Highs into the lower 30's.

Friday: Chance of snow with highs into the lower 30's.

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