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June 20, 2024 12:06 PM MDT (18:06 UTC) Change Location
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FXUS65 KPIH 200925 AFDPIH

Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Pocatello ID 325 AM MDT Thu Jun 20 2024

SHORT TERM
Today and Friday Early morning satellite imagery shows some mid and high level clouds streaking across the eastern parts of the forecast area. Should see a little bit of clearing by late morning and early afternoon allowing for mostly clear skies before some additional mid/high level clouds move in later this evening. Temperatures today will continue their upward trend with widespread 80s expected in the valleys. Winds will be light with no precipiation expected.

As we move into Friday, temps continue to climb another 3-7 degrees with valley locations climbing into the mid and upper 80s for daytime highs. Not out of the question that a few spots in the Magic Valley or into Shoshone in the 90 degree mark. A weak shortwave will move through the area during the day Friday and this feature cold spark a few isolated showers and thunderstorms across the eastern highlands tomorrow afternoon. McKaughan

LONG TERM
Saturday through next Thursday.
Following an exiting Pacific trough over the Continental Divide Friday night, a well defined ridge of high pressure will fill in behind this weekend with the warmest temperatures so far this season expected. Highs will climb into the 80s to mid/upper 90s as a H5 ridge axis shifts overhead with lows in the 40s/50s/60s. As a result of these warmer conditions, HeatRisk levels will climb into the "Moderate" to "Major" categories with an emphasis on seasonably warm afternoon temperatures running about 10-20 degrees above normal levels for late June. In addition to warmer temperatures, winds will also remain elevated each afternoon beginning Sunday courtesy of increasing 700 mb winds aloft and a tighter PGF over SE Idaho. Wind gusts up to 30-55 mph will be possible both Sunday and Monday as a dry cold front passes through SRN Idaho associated with a H5 trough passing to our north. Wind products may be needed to account for these strong winds. Temperatures behind this cold front will fall slightly for next week with highs dropping back into the 80s to low 90s as breezy winds persist each afternoon.

The latest 7-day WPC precipitation forecast keeps conditions very dry across our CWA through much of next week as predominant, dry SW flow continues associated with a H5 ridge of high pressure overhead.
Changes may be on the way however late next week as both the GEFS and EPS ensemble models show a H5 trough moving onshore around that Thursday/Friday timeframe. At this time, the NBM keeps things mostly dry with only around a 10-30% chance of afternoon showers/storms in the forecast starting Thursday. Winds will also pick back up on Thursday following a "slight" decrease midweek as a mostly dry cold front progresses east across SRN Idaho. MacKay



AVIATION
For the 12Z TAFS through 12Z Friday.
Predominant VFR and dry conditions will continue into early Friday with winds around 6-12 kts. Skies will remain partly to mostly cloudy throughout the TAF period as a Pacific trough passes over the NRN Rockies. This trough will work to introduce a slight chance for showers and thunderstorms for Friday afternoon with a 10-30% chance along the Montana and Wyoming border region and less than a 10% chance elsewhere. A well defined ridge of high pressure will then build in behind this trough for the weekend as diurnal increases in wind persist each day, peaking each afternoon. MacKay



FIRE WEATHER
The trend will be for hot and dry conditions Thursday through next Wednesday. Only decent chance for any showers or thunderstorms will be Friday afternoon mainly in zones 411 and 413. Daily minimum humidity will be in the 10 to 20 percent range with less than great overnight recoveries. Winds expected to be generally light through Saturday with breezy to windy conditions expected much later Sunday into next week. McKaughan

PIH WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES
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KSUN FRIEDMAN MEMORIAL,ID 16 sm19 minNW 0810 smClear73°F28°F19%30.12
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