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Area forecast discussion 
National Weather Service Boise Idaho
249 am MDT Thursday Aug 28 2014

Short through Friday...look for very warm and mostly
sunny conditions today. Most of the day...southeast Oregon and SW Idaho
will be ahead of a passing upper level disturbance that will bring
increasing clouds late today...isolated showers north of a Baker
City to McCall line this evening...and a moderate breeze and
slight cooling for Friday afternoon. Temperatures above normal
through Friday...peaking out in the lower 90s across the southern
Idaho valleys this afternoon.

Long term...Friday night through Wednesday...a progressive pattern
will bring a cool upper level trough over the intermountain region
on Saturday. The associated cold front is expected to cross eastern
Oregon Friday night and southwest Idaho Saturday morning. Breezy
west to northwest winds will follow the front Saturday afternoon and
evening...and highs on Saturday will be 10 to 15 degrees below
Friday/S highs. Highs on Sunday and Labor Day will be around 10
degrees below normal...but warmer air moving in from the west will
raise temperatures to near normal for Tuesday and Wednesday ahead of
the next upper level trough.


Aviation...VFR. VFR with clear skies. Surface winds...west to
northwest 5-15 kts. Winds aloft...west 10-20 kts up through 10k feet
mean sea level.


Boi watches/warnings/advisories...




Short term...vm
long term....jt

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