Skies will be clear, winds will be light and that means it will be a cool overnight. Lows will range from the low 30s in the mountains in the middle to upper 30s in the valleys. It will be another chilly morning for southern Idaho.

High pressure over our region reaches its peak and as it does, we will see our warmest temperatures of the week. Plenty of sunshine and highs will be in the upper 70s to near 80 for the valleys and in the low to middle 70s in the mountains. It will be a gorgeous day across the region.

A very weak cold front approaches and moves through our area Wednesday and Thursday. While it will knock temperatures down a bit and push the high pressure off to the east, we will remain warm. Highs will drop into the middle 70s on Wednesday and the low 70s to upper 60s on Thursday and Friday. All the while keeping mostly sunny to sunny skies across the region.

It remains mild to warm with sunny skies through the weekend and into early next week. No major storms or weather is expected the next 7 to 10 days.

Updated  DATE \@ "dddd,
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am/pm" 7:54 PM MT - Chief Meteorologist Brian Neudorff
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Your Weather Authority Forecast:

TONIGHT: Clear and cool.
WINDS: Light northwest.
LOW: 38 (Mountains: 31)

TUESDAY: Sunny and warm.
WINDS: Light east
HIGH: 79 (Mountains: 73)

TUESDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear.
LOW: 47 (Mountains: 36)

WEDNESDAY: Sunny and nice.
HIGH: 76 (Mountains: 73)

THURSDAY: Mostly sunny and nice.
HIGH: 70 (Mountains: 65)

FRIDAY: Mostly sunny and nice.
HIGH: 73 (Mountains: 68)

SATURDAY: Mostly sunny.
HIGH: 73 (Mountains: 67)

SUNDAY: Mostly sunny.
HIGH: 70 (Mountains: 68)

MONDAY: Mostly sunny.
HIGH: 70 (Mountains: 66)