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Another cool night is expected with skies ranging from partly cloudy to mostly clear. Temperatures are going to range from 36 to 43 degrees.

Friday is another warm day across southern Idaho with plenty of sunshine and highs again 10 to 15 degrees above average. The next storm system off the Pacific begins to roll in Friday night into Saturday. By Saturday afternoon rain showers and evening thunderstorms are possible. It will be windy and some gusts could be 30-40 mph.

Winds remain but it turns colder as we go into Sunday. Saturday night into Sunday some rain showers will mix and turn to snow, especially in the higher elevations. Elevations above 6500 feet could see anywhere from 2 to 6 inches of snow. Valley locations, especially those in eastern Idaho could get maybe a coating with most of us in the valleys seeing some wet flakes with the rain.

It remains cool but dry for the start of next week.

Chief Meteorologist Brian Neudorff Thursday 8:45 p.m. MDT
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TONIGHT: Mostly clear.
WINDS: East 5-10 mph
LOW: 43 (Mountains: 36)

FRIDAY (HALLOWEEN): Mostly sunny and warm.
WINDS: East 5-10 mph
HIGH: 72 (Mountains: 65)

FRIDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy.
LOW: 40 (Mountains: 37)

SATURDAY: Showers and possible storms, windy and cooler.
HIGH: 54 (Mountains: 47)

SUNDAY: Clouds some sunshine, colder chance of rain and snow in the morning.
HIGH: 46 (Mountains: 44)

MONDAY: Mostly sunny and cool.
HIGH: 49 (Mountains: 44)

TUESDAY: Partly sunny,
HIGH: 56 (Mountains: 49)

WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny.
HIGH: 58 (Mountains: 53)

THURSDAY: Mostly sunny.
HIGH: 60 (Mountains: 54)