Hailey, ID Marine Weather and Tide Forecast
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June 18, 2024 10:18 PM MDT (04:18 UTC) Change Location
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Pocatello ID 127 PM MDT Tue Jun 18 2024

Tonight through Wed Night. Showers and thunderstorms over the northern zones, north of a line from Galena Summit to Dubois, are expected tonight through midnight tonight, but after this, the instability and the troughing that generated the storm of the last three days will depart to the east. An extended period of dry conditions starts Wed/Juneteenth with very little cloud and the strong sunshine as we approach the solstice. This means a fast warm up, with temperatures today struggling into the 60s for the Snake River plain and on Juneteenth warming into the upper 60s in the north to middle 70s in the eastern Magic Valley. In the mountains temperatures warm from the 40s and 50s to the 50s and 60s, so about a ten degree warm-up.

More significantly, the overnight lows last night were close to Freeze Warning criteria, and the chilly temperatures continue, although not to that magnitude. Have issued another Frost Advisory for tonight, with all but the Burley area of the eastern Magic Valley under a threat of temperatures in the zone for frost.

Wind will become more terrain-driven, with northeast to east wind in the valley in the late night and morning hours, shifting to a gusty and breezy southwest to west wind for Wed afternoon. Messick

Thursday through Tuesday. Will see southwest flow aloft continue to warm temperatures on Thursday with highs in low elevations well into the 80s and back to normal or slightly above normal after several cool days. The long term is expected to be a dry period other than isolated to scattered showers on Friday mainly in the central mountains and eastern highlands. Saturday through next Tuesday have no precipitation in the forecast. It is going to be very warm with above normal temperatures expected into early next week. Highs remain in the 70s mountains and 80s valleys on Friday then expect highs to shoot into the 90s low elevations over the weekend and 80s mountains. Model blends have some cooling Monday and Tuesday but still hot conditions with highs in the 80s to near 90 valleys and 70s to lower 80s mountains. Generally light winds expected through Saturday with breezier conditions expected Sunday into Tuesday with a stronger zonal flow aloft setting up. GK

Will have one more night of extremely cold temperatures with lows in the 20s and 30s tonight. Will see a significant warming trend Wednesday through Sunday with highs returning to well above normal by Friday and hot conditions expected over the weekend. So it will be back to normal summer conditions with low humidity in the teens to 20s percent wise for minimum values and poor night time recovery. It appears Friday afternoon will be the only chance for precipitation with only isolated showers and thunderstorms expected mainly in zones 475, 476, 411 and 413. No wetting rains are expected. Overall though it will be an extended very dry period all the way into early next week. Light winds expected until Sunday when breezier conditions may set in Sunday through Tuesday. GK

Will have VFR conditions with mainly light winds through Wednesday.
May see showers vicinity at least near DIJ this afternoon as only precipitation the next two days.

Teton River at Driggs continues barely below action stage, and the Warning has been downgraded to a Flood Advisory for the next 24 hours or so. A maddeningly slow drop in river stage continues, and will finally be more significantly dropping Wed/Juneteenth afternoon.

Frost Advisory from 2 AM to 9 AM MDT Wednesday for IDZ051>054.

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KSUN FRIEDMAN MEMORIAL,ID 2 sm23 mincalm10 smClear45°F36°F70%30.09
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