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Published: Jul. 2, 2020 at 7:51 AM MDT|Updated: Jul. 2, 2020 at 5:24 PM MDT
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CHIEF METEOROLOGIST ERIC BRILL – EVENING UPDATE

Thursday, July 2nd, 2020

No real change to the forecast over the next week, as pretty quiet and seasonable weather is expected.

Temperatures over the next seven-days will be within 5° of average (generally slightly above as oppose to slightly below), thanks to southwesterly winds within higher portions of the sky. Keep in mind that we are now into July, and that means upper 80s are the normal for highs in the Magic Valley and Mini-Cassia Region, while the norm for the Wood River Valley are the upper 70s.

As far as the chances of precipitation go, Friday does appear to have the best chance of rain showers and thunderstorms over the next week. The Wood River Valley does have a better chance than that of the Mini-Cassia Region, which has a better chance than that of the Magic Valley. As a whole, though, it isn’t going to be a wash-out of a day, but some afternoon/evening showers and storms are a possibility. I really do think more towns and cities within Southern Idaho are going to stay dry as oppose to seeing showers not only for Friday, but over the next week.

For the upcoming weekend, there will be a little bit of a breeze around, as sustained winds look to be in the 10-20 mph range, I do think that the winds will generally be within the 10-15 mph range more often than not, but some of those breezes could pick-up a little bit. Tuesday actually looks to be the breeziest day over the next week, but yet again, those sustained winds will be within the 10-20 mph. That what the forecast is showing up to this point, at least.

Enjoy the warm weather conditions! Nothing too warm is expected over the next week, and those of you that enjoy the warmth will like the forecast over the next week! There will be plenty of sunshine to be had for everyone as well!

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THURSDAY NIGHT: MAGIC VALLEY: Mostly clear to partly cloudy skies with a slight chance of a rain shower and/or a thunderstorm. Low: 53. Winds: West to South 3-8 mph.

WOOD RIVER VALLEY: Mostly clear skies with a slight chance of a rain shower and/or a thunderstorm. Low: 49. Winds: North 3-8 mph.

FRIDAY: MAGIC VALLEY: Mostly sunny skies with a slight chance of a rain shower and/or a thunderstorm, generally during the afternoon and evening hours. A little bit warmer. High: 88. Winds: East to West 5-10 mph. WOOD RIVER VALLEY: Partly cloudy skies with some isolated rain showers and thunderstorms. A little bit warmer. High: 81. Winds: Southeast to Southwest 5-15 mph.

FRIDAY NIGHT: MAGIC VALLEY: Mostly clear skies. Low: 56. Winds: South 5-10 mph.

WOOD RIVER VALLEY: Mostly clear skies. Low: 51. Winds: North 5-10 mph.

SATURDAY: MAGIC VALLEY: Mostly sunny skies and a little bit breezy. High: 90. Low: 57. WOOD RIVER VALLEY: Mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies with a slight chance of a rain shower and/or a thunderstorm. A little bit breezy. High: 83. Low: 51.

SUNDAY: MAGIC VALLEY: Mainly sunny skies and a little bit breezy. High: 87. Low: 57. WOOD RIVER VALLEY: Mainly sunny skies with a slight chance of a rain shower and/or a thunderstorm. High: 81. Low: 50.

MONDAY: MAGIC VALLEY: Mainly sunny skies. High: 90. Low: 58. WOOD RIVER VALLEY: Mainly sunny skies with a slight chance of a rain shower and/or a thunderstorm. High: 82. Low: 52.

TUESDAY: MAGIC VALLEY: Increasing clouds late in the day and breezy. High: 88. Low: 57. WOOD RIVER VALLEY: Increasing clouds late in the day and a little bit breezy. High: 81. Low: 49.

WEDNESDAY: MAGIC VALLEY: Mainly sunny skies. High: 85. Low: 57. WOOD RIVER VALLEY: Mainly sunny skies. High: 79. Low: 50.

THURSDAY: MAGIC VALLEY: Mainly sunny skies. High: 87. WOOD RIVER VALLEY: Mainly sunny skies. High: 82.

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