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    Clouds will linger through the evening and then expected to clear as we head into the morning. While there is a chance of showers this evening in the WoodRiverValley I think most stay dry. Temperatures not too cold overnight as they drop into the middle 30s in the valleys and upper 20s in the mountains.

    With Wednesday being the biggest travel day of the year weather will not be a problem across southern Idaho and most of the Pacific Northwest. The only main concern will be in the Panhandle of the state to the north. Mostly sunny skies are expected and highs are in the upper 50s in the valleys and the upper 40s in the mountains.

    The nice weather will continue into Thursday and Friday thanks to high pressure. Both days will be fair with mild temperatures.The next storm system arrives for the weekend bringing valley rains and mountains snows. 

    Updated Sunday November 24th  7:00 p.m. MT - Chief Meteorologist Brian Neudorff

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    Your Weather Authority Forecast:

    TONIGHT: Cloudy to mostly cloudy evening and clearing late. 
    SW 10-20 mph
    34 (Mountains: 28)

    WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny, nice and mild.   
    West 5-10 mph
    58 (Mountains: 47)

    WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear skies.
    34 (Mountains: 28)

    THURSDAY (THANKSGIVING): Mostly sunny nice and mild.    
    59 (Mountains: 48)


    FRIDAY: Clouds some sunshine, chance of showers at night.    
    57 (Mountains: 47)

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