Marine Weather and Tides
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|Sunrise 6:28AM||Sunset 7:28PM||Friday April 3, 2020 5:06 PM PDT (00:06 UTC)||Moonrise 1:55PM||Moonset 4:22AM||Illumination 83%|
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Area Discussion for - Boise, ID  (on/off)  Help NOTE: mouseover dotted underlined text for definition
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Boise ID 254 PM MDT Fri Apr 3 2020
SHORT TERM. Tonight through Sunday night . Mostly clear tonight and a little milder than last night. Clouds will increase from west to east Saturday as an upper low, currently in the Pacific 45/137, comes onshore in Oregon and weakens as it moves inland. Light rain and snow will spread across Oregon Saturday and western Idaho Saturday evening, then into the west central idaho mountains by Sunday morning. Models continue to show instability in Harney County Saturday afternoon, shifting to west-central Idaho Saturday evening. Forecast now has a slight chance of thunderstorms in those areas. As the weakening low moves into our CWA, another trough will develop as it moves down the BC coast. This trough will become an upper low off the WA/OR coast Saturday. After a break in pcpn in our CWA late Saturday night and Sunday morning, the new low will spread more pcpn across Oregon later Sunday and western Idaho Sunday night. Models are in general agreement that pcpn will focus from Owyhee County through the Camas Prairie Sunday night, which is where highest PoPs are now forecast. Temperatures and snow levels will rise Saturday through Sunday. Total snowfall Saturday night through Sunday night will be 2 to 4 inches above 5000 feet in the Boise Mountains and west central Idaho Mountains, and also on Steens Mountain. Little if any accumulation is expected at lower elevations.
LONG TERM. Monday through Friday . On Monday Southerly flow ahead of an upper level low pressure trough over the California coast will bring widespread showers. Snow levels 4000-5000 feet in the morning will rise to 6000-7000 feet in the afternoon. The chance of showers will decrease Monday night and Tuesday as the trough moves farther south. There will be only a slight chance of showers near the Nevada border Tuesday night and Wednesday as the trough moves inland over Arizona and an upper level high pressure ridge builds over the Pacific Northwest. Minimal precipitation chances will continue through Friday as the trough exits to the east and our area comes under drier northwest flow aloft. A warming trend will raise temperatures from near normal on Monday to around 5 degrees above normal for Wednesday through Friday.
AVIATION. Isolated snow showers over the west central Idaho mountains before 04/03z. OtHerwise VFR with mostly clear skies tonight. Surface winds variable 5-10 kts. Winds aloft at 10k ft MSL west 10-20 kts increasing to 20-30 kts tonight.
Weekend Outlook . Mainly VFR Saturday morning. Widespread rain and snow spreading into southeast Oregon Saturday afternoon and most of southwest Idaho Saturday evening, becoming showery and mainly over the mountains late Saturday night and Sunday morning, then more widespread Sunday afternoon. Isolated afternoon thunderstorms Saturday and Sunday. Snow levels 4500-5500 ft MSL.
BOI WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES. ID . None. OR . None.
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