TONIGHT: We are looking at some isolated rain showers making their way through the region currently. Most rain showers are quickly on their way out of the region though and most of these rain showers should be gone by the late night hours for it to be clear for the overnight hours. Winds will have slight breezes between 5-15 mph. Low temperatures get down to the 40's for the early morning.
TOMORROW: We will have scattered light rain showers in the morning hours followed by isolated heavy thunderstorms for the late afternoon and evening hours for the entire region. Winds will a little gusty out between 10-25 mph and gusts up to 40 mph. High temperatures drop slightly into the 60's and lower 70's.
LONG TERM: Isolated rain showers will come for the continental Divide on Monday, but besides that, we have a dry period of weather coming up for the entire work week. The next major round of rain doesn't look to come until next weekend. Winds will be breezy up until Tuesday and then calm down for the rest of the week. High temperatures slowly increase continuously through the week. By the time we get into next weekend, high's are in the 80's and are approaching the lower 90's.
FLOOD ADVISORY FOR SNOWMELT REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL FURTHER
NOTICE for Big Wood River at Hailey.