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    Shower activity that we saw today will start to taper off into the overnight hours. The cloud coverage will still be around for most of the night along with cool temps.  Expect to have overnight lows to get down into the mid to upper 30s across Southern Idaho tonight.


    Sunday will be a transitional period from the weather we’ve been seeing for the past few days.  A high pressure ridge will start building up and with the pressure differences expect to have windy conditions in the valleys tomorrow ranging from 15 to 25 mph out of the west.  Highs will still be on the cool side only reaching the upper 50s across the region.


    With the high pressure ridge in place, next work week is looking terrific.  Highs will be in the mid to upper 60s on Monday with sunny skies with the winds calming.  Tuesday through Friday highs will return to the lower 70s with sunny skies and light winds.


    Updated Saturday April 25th, 2015 2:15 p.m. MDT - Meteorologist Jack Holland



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    Your Weather Authority Forecast:


    TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy and breezy.

    WINDS: SW 10-20 mph                 
    35 (Mountains: 37)


    SUNDAY: Mostly sunny and windy. 
    59 (Mountains: 57)


    MONDAY: Sunny skies and warm.
    68 (Mountains: 63)


    TUESDAY: Sunny skies and warm.
    76 (Mountains: 70)


    WEDNESDAY: Sunny skies and warm. 
    78 (Mountains: 73)


    THURSDAY: Mostly sunny skies and warm. 
    75 (Mountains: 72)


    FRIDAY: Mostly sunny skies and warm. 
    72 (Mountains: 69)


    SATURDAY: Mostly sunny skies and nice. 
    71 (Mountains: 68)



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