Robie Creek, ID Marine Weather and Tide Forecast

Marine Weather and Tide Forecast for Robie Creek, ID

April 16, 2024 5:40 AM MDT (11:40 UTC) Change Location
Sunrise 6:57 AM   Sunset 8:31 PM
Moonrise 12:18 PM   Moonset 3:15 AM 
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Boise ID 254 AM MDT Tue Apr 16 2024

Today through Thursday night...Cool, dry, and breezy weather today as a short wave upper ridge passes through from west to east. Colder upper trough in western Canada will sag south Wednesday, with an east-west oriented surface cold front passing through our northern zones this evening and southern zones Wednesday. The front will bring light snow showers to Valley County/ID with up to an inch accumulation, and flurries as far west as the mountains in Baker County and as far south as the Boise Mountains. Elsewhere only clouds are expected. Behind the front will be gusty west/northwest winds and cooler and drier air. Winds will increase to near-advisory speeds in south- central Idaho Wednesday afternoon, then decrease Wednesday night. Temperatures will cool to the 20s to lower 30s with clearing skies and dry air in place, resulting in a light freeze in the agricultural valleys Thursday morning. Thursday looks sunny and cool with breezy northwest winds as the upper trough exits east, and Thursday night looks clear and cold again with lighter winds.

Friday through Tuesday...Cool, northwest flow will continue along the back side of a broad trough over the northern U.S. for Friday, with drier conditions expected. Beginning early Saturday, a weak ridge will build as the trough exits toward the east, and temperatures will trend a few degrees warmer over the weekend than previous days. Meanwhile, model members suggest a quick-moving shortwave trough will arrive in the Pacific Northwest by late in the weekend. This trough is currently forecast to remain farther north along the Canadian border, bringing only a slight chance (10-15%) of showers for west- central Idaho late Saturday and Sunday. A ridge will return for Monday and Tuesday, though shower chances will begin to increase (10-20% chance) as moisture enters the region.
Temperatures will reach roughly 10 degrees above normal for the weekend through Tuesday.

Generally VFR. Areas of mountain obscuration in low clouds developing this morning, then isolated snow showers over terrain of SW Idaho tonight. Surface winds W-NW 10-20 kt, with gusts to 30 kt near KTWF KJER. Winds aloft at 10kft MSL: W-NW 20-30 kt.

KBOI...VFR. Increasing mid-high level clouds this afternoon.
NW wind 5-10 kt with occasional afternoon gusts to 20 kt.

The Owyhee River below Owyhee Dam is expected to remain above minor flood stage through Friday.


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KBOI BOISE AIR TERMINAL/GOWEN FLD,ID 14 sm47 minNW 0810 smClear43°F28°F57%30.13
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