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Isolated snow showers Monday evening

TONIGHT: We are expecting mostly cloudy to cloudy skies for the valleys with partly cloudy skies in the mountains for tonight. Foggy conditions will come back overnight for the valleys and last into the early morning. Winds will be very calm. Low temperatures get down to the 10's for the valleys and the single digits for the mountains.

TOMORROW: Snow showers will look to come through the region on Monday. They will look to arrive in the afternoon, will quickly sweep through our area, and be gone in the overnight hours leading into Tuesday. More of these snow showers will be scattered and focused toward Island Park and western WY. Isolated snow showers will still be present for the rest of the region. We could expect some wind gusts up to 20 mph, but winds should overall stay very light. High temperatures are in the 30's for central ID while we should see high's in the 20's for everywhere else.

LONG TERM: With the exception of a slight 10% chance of a snow shower on Wednesday evening, we should stay dry for the rest of the work week. Next weekend could show us the next snow system moving through after tomorrow. Winds remain light over the long term. High temperatures stay in the 20's for the first half of the work week, then slightly increase into the low 30's to upper 30's by next weekend.

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Evan Thomason

Evan is the weekend meteorologist and reporter.


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