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    Tonight temperatures will get chilly in the valley with overnight lows in the lower 30's and in the mountains lows will drop into the upper 20's. Winds will stay light and varible in the valley while in the mountains there might be a bit of a breeze with clear skies. Saturday will warm up with highs hitting the lower 60's in the valley and the mid 50's in the mountains. Sunny skies throughout Southern Idaho. Sunday temperatures get a little bit warmer with highs in the mid to loer 60's in the valley while in the mountains upper 50's. Skies will remian sunny and winds will stay calm, making this weekend perfect.


    Monday temperatures will still trend warmer, with highs in the lower 60's in the valley and 50's in the mountains. The sun will stick around throughout the begning of the week while winds remain calm. By mid week is when we see a bit of a cool down with temperatures dropping back in to the upper 50's in the valley and the 40's in the mountains with a low pressure system moving through. With that system there is a chance of rain showers on Thursday in the higher elevation and in the valley.


    Updated Friday March 6th 5:08 p.m. MT - Weathercaster Stephanie Mead 


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    Your Weather Authority Forecast:


    TONIGHT: Mostly clear and cool.

    WINDS: Light and variable                 
    31 (Mountains: 26)


    SATURDAY: Sunny skies and warmer. 

    WINDS: Light and Variable
    60 (Mountains: 53)


    SUNDAY: Sunny and warm. 
    61 (Mountains: 54)


    MONDAY: Sunny skies and warm. 
    62 (Mountains: 55)


    TUESDAY: Sunny skies and warm. 
    64 (Mountains: 57)


    WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny and mild. 
    59 (Mountains: 52)



    THURSDAY: Partly sunny skies with a chance of showers. 
    57 (Mountains: 52)


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