BRIAN NEUDORFF – EVENING UPDATE
Saturday, May 26, 2018
Saturday proved to be an active day across Southern Idaho with strong to severe storms in the Mini-Cassia region with heavy rain in parts of Jerome, Twin Falls and Gooding counties. The rain and storms diminish Saturday night but we could see scattered rain and storms again on Sunday. Thanks to a slow moving upper level low, the threat of rain and storms will remain into the Memorial Day holiday. While the severe threat of storms is lower it is still possible a storm or two could have gusty winds, hail and heavy rain.
Memorial Day will feature drier conditions with just a chance of isolated afternoon showers and storms. Temperatures in the afternoon will get a little warmer getting back into the low 70s. By Tuesday and Wednesday we should see more sunshine, highs near 80 with just a slight chance of storms on Wednesday.
SATURDAY NIGHT: Variably cloudy and cool.
Winds SW 5-15 mph.
Low 48 (Mountains: 45)
SUNDAY: Scattered rain showers and thunderstorms.
Winds West 5-15 mph
High 68 (Mountains: 67)
SUNDAY NIGHT: Chance of evening rain showers, mostly cloudy.
Winds West 5-15 mph.
Low 50 (Mountains: 45)
MONDAY: Partly sunny, chance of an isolated showers
High 71 (Mountains: 69)
TUESDAY: Mostly sunny
High 80 (Mountains: 74)
WEDNESDAY: Partly sunny, chance of storms
High 77 (Mountains: 72)
THURSDAY: Partly sunny, scattered showers or storm
High 74 (Mountains: 68)
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny, isolated storms
High 75 (Mountains: 69)
SATURDAY: Mostly sunny and warm
High 80 (Mountains: 73)