TONIGHT: We are expecting mostly cloudy conditions for the valleys and partly cloudy to mostly clear skies for the mountains. Fog and low level clouds will be a concern for the valleys working into the early morning hours for tomorrow. Winds will be very calm between 0-5 mph. Low temperatures will be down to the teens in the valleys and the single digits for the mountains.
TOMORROW: Mostly cloudy skies will be found in the valleys with partly to mostly sunny skies for the mountains for Sunday. No snow showers will be present though for everyone. Winds remain very light and variable. High temperatures will be in the 30's for the mountains and the 20's for the valleys.
LONG TERM: Two light snow systems will work through the region once we kick into the work week. The first one comes on Monday evening and the second one looks to roll through on Wednesday evening. These showers look to be concentrated around Island Park to western WY. There are some hints that a stray or isolated snow shower could reach the rest of the region on those days. Accumulations look to be very small with both systems. We dry out for the rest of the work week and into next weekend. Winds will continue to be very light over the long term and high temperatures could slightly warm up by a few degrees so that high's for everyone are in the 30's by next weekend.