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Isolated thunderstorms for the north side while sunny skies continue for the south side

TONIGHT: We have isolated thunderstorms moving through the upper Snake and central ID especially towards Salmon and Challis. The rest of the region will look for maybe a stray rain shower, but overall they should be sticking with partly cloudy skies tonight. Winds will be between 5-15 mph. Low temperatures get down to the 50's.

TOMORROW: More isolated thunderstorms will line up for central ID around Salmon and Challis tomorrow. The rest of the region will stick to comfortable mostly sunny skies that will carry into the 4th of July fireworks. Winds will be fairly calm between 5-15 mph. High temperatures get into the 80's.

LONG TERM: Heading into the work week, we will continue to see stray thunderstorms for central ID throughout most of the week while the rest of the region looks to remain dry for the long term. Winds will ramp up for the middle of the week getting up to 20-25 mph for Wednesday thru Friday. High temperatures will slowly increase starting on Tuesday. By next weekend, we will be looking at high's into the mid to upper 90's with some areas threatening to break into the 100's.

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Evan Thomason

Evan is the weekend meteorologist and reporter.


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