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Showers and Storms keep coming

Low pulls more clouds and moisture into southeastern Idaho and western Wyoming for the forecast period into the weekend, keeping temperatures well below normal of 89 and into the 70's.  More solid shower and storm chances are scattered across the region and winds will pick up around gustier storms but remain 5-10 mph outside of that.   Lows will be above average with more moisture in play and cloud cover, some 60's overnights. 

This trend continues into the weekend, with some warmth and 80's by the weekend.  Flood watch is in effect for the eastern side of the state with some overriding showers and non-stop rains until 10pm tonight.  Flash flooding may occur in saturated areas, as some have seen close to 2" in Oneida County. .83" measurable rainfall for Cassia county in just a 3 hour window. Be alert for water and heavy rains.

Today: Cloudy 50% chance of showers W 5-10 mph. Flood watch for Bonneville County, especially west of I-15mph.

Tonight: Shower/storm chances remain lingering from the afternoon. Upper 50's. 

Friday: Cloudy and storm chances continue - 77
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