I've said this before and I'll say it again -- I'm not a big fan of September. The month has an identity crisis for crying out loud! Is it summer? Is it fall? Should we put our shorts away for good?
If you're anything like me, once you get that first taste of fall you never want it to leave! Well I have some good and bad news for you. We will see cooler high temperatures come back but it will most likely take awhile.
Today will be warm with a high of 84 degrees expected in Twin Falls. There will be slim chances for storms this afternoon and evening along the border as an area of low pressure moves northward.
We will mostly stay dry today but an increase in cloud coverage is expected later. We will also see a breezy easterly wind set up.
That low will move further north tomorrow and be much closer to Southern Idaho. As a result we will see good chances for shower and storms across the entire viewing area.
That low pressure system will still be around on Friday and Saturday keeping chances for showers in the storms in the forecast through then.
By Sunday it will be to our north and we should see dry conditions and clearer skies for Sunday and Monday.
Through Saturday we expect high temperature to be right around 80 degrees. Sunday and Monday will both be unseasonably warm with highs in the mid 80s in Twin Falls.
By Tuesday a system will move out of the Gulf of Alaska and swing into the Pacific Northwest. This system will knock tempertures down into the 70s and make it feel more fall-like again! Horray!
By the way fall officially begins on September 22nd at 2:44 p.m. MST.
Meteorologist Nick Kosir