CRISTLE JOSE – EVENING UPDATE
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Scattered showers should clear off for most of us into the overnight and winds are expected to die down, as well. It will be chilly, though, so you'll want the jacket if you're heading out early Wednesday morning. Keep the rain gear nearby, too, since we will continue to deal with unsettled weather.
More showers are expected for the Wood River Valley Wednesday. It will be 'warmer', but still below average temperatures with breezy winds. Another cold front slides through Wednesday afternoon/evening. This will bring some more showers through the overnight — we could even see a little more snow in areas above 6000 feet.
Although shower chances start to drop after Wednesday, the chance still remains especially for the mountains through Saturday. We clear out as a ridge of high pressure moves in, which will make way for warming temperatures and more sunshine Sunday on.
TUESDAY NIGHT: Mainly Dry, but stray storm possible
WINDS: SW 5-15 MPH
LOW: 40 (Mountains: 30)
WEDNESDAY: Scattered Afternoon Showers
WINDS: SW 10-20 mph
HIGH: 64 (Mountains: 50)
THURSDAY: Cold, chance of showers
HIGH: 53 (Mountains: 46)
FRIDAY: Chance of Showers
HIGH: 55 (Mountains: 46)
SATURDAY: Partly sunny, chance of mountain showers
HIGH: 57 (Mountains: 50)
SUNDAY: Mostly Sunny
HIGH: 60 (Mountains: 53)
HIGH: 63 (Mountains: 55)
HIGH: 67 (Mountains: 60)