From Your Weather Authority...

We should have another mostly clear and quiet night across southern Idaho. Temperatures will be pretty nice ranging from the low 50s in the mountains to the mid to upper 50s across the valleys.

Wednesday will be another hot one across the region. Temperatures will be in the upper 80s to near 90 across the valley and the low to mid 80s in the mountains. Most of you will be dry and see plenty of sunshine Wednesday but there is a chance of an isolated shower or storm in the Wood River Valley. The threat of rain increases for everyone Wednesday night into Thursday. While it won't be a washout by any means the threat is still there. Cold front moves through and brings that chance of rain Thursday along with cooler temperatures. Highs on Thursday will be in the 70s in the mountains and near 80 in the valleys.

Friday and into the weekend looks very pleasant and sunny. Highs will be seasonal with temperatures near 80 degrees.

Chief Meteorologist Brian Neudorff, Tuesday 5:30 pm MDT
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TONIGHT: Mostly clear skies.
WINDS: Light and variable
LOW: 57 (Mountains: 50)

WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny, chance of an isolated storm in the mountains.
WINDS: Variable 5-10 mph
HIGH: 90 (Mountains: 86)

WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy, chance of a shower or storm, especially in the early morning.
LOW: 60 (Mountains: 50)

THURSDAY: Clouds and sunshine, cooler, chance of a shower or storm.
HIGH: 80 (Mountains: 78)

FRIDAY: Cooler, mostly sunny.
HIGH: 77 (Mountains: 76)

HIGH: 80 (Mountains: 77)

HIGH: 81 (Mountains: 77)

HIGH: 81 (Mountains: 78)

HIGH: 82 (Mountains: 79)