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Calm, partly cloudy days ahead

TONIGHT: We are expecting mostly clear to mostly cloudy skies across the region for tonight. More cloudy skies can be found in the valleys while more clear skies can be found in the mountains. Patchy fog could be possible in the overnight hours through a few regions around the Snake River Plain, Magic Valley, and central ID. Winds will look to be light. Low temperatures in the early morning hours will be in the single digits and low 10's.

TOMORROW: Once the patchy fog rolls away in the morning hours, we should all be seeing partly cloudy skies with no chances for snow showers for tomorrow. Winds stay calm. High temperatures slightly increase into the upper 20's to 30's in the afternoon.

LONG TERM: We slim 10-20% chances for snow showers coming through on certain days on the week, but overall, we are expecting dry conditions in the long term. The next chance for snow comes on Wednesday for the mountains of central ID and western WY with some small accumulation. Another small chance for mountain snow comes on Saturday and models are pointing towards more major snow chances for everyone once we start next week (week of February 14-18). Winds are expected to be light over the long term. High temperatures will very slowly increase throughout the week with high's next weekend looking to be in the 30's and low 40's.

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Evan Thomason

Evan is the weekend meteorologist and reporter.


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