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An area of low pressure right off the Pacific Northwest coast will remain almost stationary through tomorrow. What does that mean for us? More rain and snow.
It's about noon on Monday (10/22) and we've already seen about .2" of rain here in Twin and a couple of inches of wet snow in the Wood River Region. This was taken by Lisa Knutz in Elk Mountain.
The Idaho Department of Transportation is reporting that 75 between Ketchum and Stanley is becoming snow covered. Here is what it looked like at noon today just north of Hailey.
We expect rain and wet snow through the night with 6-8" of snowfall above 7,500 feet. Tomorrow looks a bit less active but heading into the end of the week there will be chances for more rain and snow. Weekend Meteorologist Brandon Redmond and I were looking over model runs and Thursday morning could get dicey. There are chances for some significant snowfall in Twin Falls.
Here's the good news. If too much sun gives you Seasonal Affective Disorder - you'll love this week! That's right, some people actually get depressed when it's sunny. Don't believe me? Check this link - http://www.yourmindyourbody.org/seasonal-affective-disorder-in-the-summer/
Meteorologist, Nick Kosir