Sun Dec 01 21:46:18 PST 2019

Sunday Evening Forecast

The low-pressure system thats moved in off the coast of Northern California is pushing precipitation through the region tonight. You can expect steady snow showers through the evening with breezy conditions in some areas creating the chance for blowing snow that will impact road conditions. The Winter Weather Advisory we had in effect last night for mainly Western Idaho has been extended to include Blaine County, Gooding County, Jerome County, Lincoln County, and the northern portions of Minidoka and Twin Falls County until 11 a.m. Monday. This means well likely see precipitation in the form than shifting to rain/snow mix in the lower elevations through Monday morning. Expect slippery road conditions with some icy spots during your Monday morning commute, and exercise caution when traveling. Snow accumulations are likely to range from 2-4 inches from Shoshone to Stanley including Carey, Bellevue, Hailey, Ketchum, and Sun Valley. Up to 8 inches of new accumulation is possible near Ridgetop level. As we progress into Monday afternoon, well see our chance of snow turn to a chance rain/snow mix in the lower valleys while that chance of snow persists in the mountains and higher elevations. Rain/snow mix will be possible in the lower valleys due to warmer temperatures, as highs are expected to be above freezing in the mid to upper 30s, while in the Wood River Valley highs will hover around freezing. By Tuesday, theres a chance for some lingering snow showers mainly in the mountains which will diminish into Tuesday afternoon. While theres a chance of precipitation on Wednesday in the Magic Valley, we should see a general period of dry conditions present itself from Tuesday-Thursday in both regions. High temperatures through this time well return close to normal and land close to 40 degrees in the Magic Valley, and mid 30s in the Wood River Valley. At the moment, our next chance of precipitation is Friday in the Magic Valley when well have a chance of rain/snow mix, and a chance of snow in the Wood River Valley.

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