Pesky flurries, snow showers tonight

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The early morning brings increasing clouds, but the winds finally quiet. Most of the rain and snow will skip right over the Snake River Plain. Milder than of late.

An upper level low pressure system will move from the Midwest into the eastern Great Lakes today. A few flurries or mountain snow showers possible late with lows in the low 30's. The snow showers will be more numerous and more intense near and west of Route 219 where there can be some travel problems, especially during early morning and night time hours.

Watch for gusty wind with snow showers Thursday and Thursday night. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 39.

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Then. theres some hints of Sunday looking a little more impressive. We'll continue to monitor the situation, but there still could be changes with this tricky forecast. Thursday and Friday are both very similar days.

The Met Office has issued a yellow alert as forecasters warn clear skies will see melting snowfall increase the risk of widespread icy patches developing across the country.

Saturday - Mostly sunny, with a high near 38. However, the fresh snow on the ground and a cool north flow will keep highs in the upper 20s. So, I've thrown in a chance of snow showers Monday evening and Tuesday. Brr! It would end during the morning, with partly sunny skies for the afternoon.

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