While we’re still waiting for winter to make SOME appearance here in the Upper Midwest (thankfully we only have to wait 1-2 more days until we get it), let’s go take a look at a place where it’s already made its’ presence felt, Idaho!
At 735pm MST, the temperature in Idaho Falls, ID was 34 degrees under mostly cloudy skies. A broad, low pressure system is snaking its way through the Rockies bringing decent mountain snows to Wyoming and Utah. This is the system that will eventually eject into the Plains and give our neck of the woods our first big snowstorm of the season. It’s keeping a few lingering snow showers in the region, but will continue to dissipate as the storm system departs the area. High pressure will be settling in over the area as we push through Thursday, causing the clouds over the area to slowly break up through the afternoon and evening hours. Temperatures will take a noticable dip into the mid-teens for Friday morning, but bright sunshine for the day will cause them to rebound to around 40. Overall, not too shabby for the end of the workweek!
Thursday: Early morning snow showers, then mostly cloudy in afternoon. High 40, Low 21.
Friday: Mostly sunny. High 38, Low 15.
TWC: Thursday: Light snow shower possible early morning, then partly sunny in afternoon. High 40, Low 22.
Friday: Mostly sunny. High 41, Low 17.
AW: Thursday: Mostly cloudy, a morning rain/snow shower. High 42, Low 22.
Friday: Some sun, then turning cloudy. High 42, Low 17.
NWS: Thursday: Slight chance of morning snow showers, then partly sunny. High 38, Low 22.
Friday: Sunny. High 40, Low 18.
WB: Thursday: Partly sunny. High 40, Low 23.
Friday: Mostly sunny. High 41, Low 20.
WN: Thursday: Partly cloudy with slight chance of light snow showers. High 37, Low 25.
Friday: Mostly sunny. High 39, Low 18.
FIO: Thursday: Light snow early morning, then becoming less cloudy in afternoon. High 42, Low 25.
Friday: Partly cloudy in afternoon. High 40, Low 17.
Here we see bands of snow showers lingering in the valley area around the region. These will continue to slowly dissipate throughout the early morning hours, eventually giving way to a pleasant albeit chilly start to the weekend.