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Isolated Thunderstorms continue tonight before mostly clearing up for the rest of the long weekend

TONIGHT: We have isolated thunderstorms throughout most of the region currently that will continue to stick around into the late night hours before we clear up overnight. These thunderstorms can contain heavy rainfall, hail, and gusty winds. Winds otherwise will be fairly calm between 5-15 mph. Low temperatures get down to the 50's.

TOMORROW: Isolated thunderstorms will stick around tomorrow, but only for central ID especially towards Salmon and Challis. Besides that, the rest of the region will be clear of the rain and stick with mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies. Winds will ramp up to be slightly breezy between 10-20 mph. High temperatures get into the 80's.

LONG TERM: Rain threat goes away completely for the 4th of July and it looks to remain that way for the work week. We don't even have a next major chance for rain up for any part of next week afterward. Winds will be fairly gusty for most of the week being between 10-25 mph. High temperatures drop slightly to the lower 80's for the 4th of July on Monday before slowly increasing the rest of the week. By next weekend, high's look to be all the way up to the upper 90's and threatening to break triple digits.

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Evan Thomason

Evan is the weekend meteorologist and reporter.


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