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Dry Friday before a snowy weekend

TONIGHT: Mostly clear conditions will be found across the region for tonight with some possible patchy fog in the early morning specifically around central ID.  Winds will be mostly calm.  Low temperatures get down to the ten's and upper single digits.

TOMORROW: Partly to mostly cloudy conditions are expected for Black Friday with no snow showers within the region.  Winds should continue to be light between 0-10 mph.  High temperatures slightly increase into the low to mid 30's.

LONG TERM: Snow showers are back within Eastern ID and western WY as soon as we get into the weekend.  We have light snow showers coming through on Saturday and moderate to heavy snow showers rolling through on Sunday night thru Monday.  Snow accumulation looks to be around a half an inch for Saturday and about 2-5 inches for Sunday and Monday.  Isolated snow showers follow into Tuesday and into the bulk of the next work week.  Winds will ramp up for Sunday and Monday between 15-25 mph.  High temperatures stay in the 30's for the weekend until dropping down to the lower 20's for Monday and into the start of next week.

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Evan Thomason

Evan is the weekend meteorologist and reporter.


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