This Thursday is starting out quiet and clear, but there’s plenty more active winter weather headed our way. Snowfall in southern Idaho is moving northeast towards Montana and will arrive in the Capital City just in time for the evening commute. That band of snowfall will continue to push northeast overnight, and for a few hours tomorrow morning, we’ll be dry. Right behind the dry slot is more scattered snowfall for the end of Friday.
Saturday, more snow is coming our way, especially for the Rocky Mountain Front. We’ll see this taper off by late Sunday, and next week will start with a bit more sunshine.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
Meteorologist Katie Alexander