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26°F

Hi: 29° Lo: 23°

Feels like 11°F
Precipitation: 60%
Humidity: 84%

Dewpoint: 22°
Wind Chill: 11°
Wind Direction: WSW
Wind Speed: 25 mph

Sunrise: 07:22:04 am
Sunset: 06:20:47 pm

Windy with periods of light snow. High 29F. Winds W at 25 to 35 mph. Chance of snow 70%. Snow accumulations less than one inch.

5 PM


28°

Humidity: 80%
Precip: 60%

6 PM


27°

Humidity: 79%
Precip: 70%

7 PM


27°

Humidity: 79%
Precip: 70%

8 PM


27°

Humidity: 77%
Precip: 60%

9 PM


27°

Humidity: 76%
Precip: 60%

10 PM


26°

Humidity: 76%
Precip: 60%

Friday

Hi: 28° Lo: 15
Saturday

Hi: 30° Lo: 15
Sunday

Hi: 31° Lo: 22
Monday

Hi: 30° Lo: 20
Tuesday

Hi: 31° Lo: 21
Wednesday

Hi: 34° Lo: 20

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METEOROLOGIST
JORDAN DRESSMAN – AFTERNOON UPDATE
Thursday, February 23, 2017

Good afternoon, southern Idaho I hope your Thursday is off to a good start despite all of the snow and wind the entire area has been seeing this morning. Many of you have been sending me your snow reports and we have seen some impressive amounts. As an area of low pressure continues to push east, I expect we could see more snow from the return flow around the low. I wish I could tell you how much more snow we will see, but that is very much a question. The big factor will be localized bands of heavy snow that are able to put down a quick 2-4 inches. Measuring the snow is proving to be difficult given the strong winds and even stronger wind gusts. Speaking of the winds, they will be sticking with us through the remainder of the afternoon, overnight, and even into the first half of Friday. This will continue to create large travel concerns in terms of visibility, blowing, and drifting of roadways.

Models seem to mostly agree on the idea of us clearing out and seeing some sunshine for the second half of Friday, but it will be cold with highs only reaching the upper 20s. Our average high for late February is 44 degrees. We should see a small reprieve most of Friday and Saturday before our next shot at snow comes Sunday and Monday, but once again, the models are having issues drawing one conclusion so look for further updates on that.

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THURSDAY: Snow showers
WINDS: W 20-25 MPH
HIGH: 29 (Mountains: 31)

THURSDAY NIGHT: Lingering snow showers
WINDS: SE 15-20 MPH
LOW: 21 (Mountains: 15)

FRIDAY: AM snow before sun
HIGH: 28 (Mountains: 29)

SATURDAY: Partly Sunny
HIGH: 30 (Mountains: 27)

SUNDAY: Partly Sunny with PM Snow chances
HIGH: 32 (Mountains: 30)

MONDAY: Snow showers
HIGH: 37 (Mountains: 33)

TUESDAY: Scattered Snow
HIGH: 35 (Mountains: 31)

WEDNESDAY: Partly Sunny
HIGH: 37 (Mountains: 33)


 
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