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Few mountain storms for Friday

TONIGHT: Isolated thunderstorms are traveling in the region throughout the night even into the overnight hours.  Gusty winds and flash flooding are possible.  Winds will be light overall except the storm wind gusts up to 50 mph.  Low temperatures go down into the 50's.

TOMORROW: Less storms will be with us for Friday and most of them will look to target the highlands and mountains.  Gusty winds and flash flooding are possible with these few storms.  Winds will be very breezy between 15-30 mph with gusts up to 50 mph.  High temperatures decrease into the upper 80's and lower 90's.

LONG TERM: A few more storms pass through on Saturday before we look for scattered rain showers and thunderstorms on Sunday.  Isolated storms continue throughout much of next week too.  Winds will calm down a little more for Friday and Saturday before being breezy again on Sunday continuing into next week.  High temperatures cool down all the way into Sunday and Monday.  By Monday, high's are in the upper 70's and lower 80's.  High's look to slightly rebound next week with high's reaching the mid 80's by next Thursday.

WATCHES/WARNINGS:


RED FLAG WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 9 PM MDT THIS EVENING for Fire Weather Zone 427 Goose Creek and Raft River Valley/Southern Sawtooth NF/Twin Falls BLM south of the Snake River.

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