Moreland, ID (83256)

4:30 AM MST on February 13, 2016 (GMT -0700)
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Special Statement
Issued: 3:35 AM MST Feb. 13, 2016 – National Weather Service


... Wintry mix expected this Holiday weekend...

A series of disturbances to move through our area through
Monday... creating chances for rain or snow. Greatest likelihoods
for snow expected in the central mountains early Sunday through
Monday morning with 3-5 inches forecast and 6-7 inches possible at
higher elevations. Eastern Highland and upper snake areas should
also expect widespread snowfall through Monday of 4-6 inches with
7-10 inches at higher elevations. Expect periods of reduced
visibility... wind speeds in excess of 25mph and blowing Snow.
Valley locations have a slight potential to see some light
snowfall at times however this should mostly be a rain event.




335 am MST Sat Feb 13 2016


... Wintry mix expected this Holiday weekend...

A series of disturbances to move through our area through
Monday... creating chances for rain or snow. Greatest likelihoods
for snow expected in the central mountains early Sunday through
Monday morning with 3-5 inches forecast and 6-7 inches possible at
higher elevations. Eastern Highland and upper snake areas should
also expect widespread snowfall through Monday of 4-6 inches with
7-10 inches at higher elevations. Expect periods of reduced
visibility... wind speeds in excess of 25mph and blowing Snow.
Valley locations have a slight potential to see some light
snowfall at times however this should mostly be a rain event.



335 am MST Sat Feb 13 2016


... Wintry mix expected this Holiday weekend...

A series of disturbances to move through our area through
Monday... creating chances for rain or snow. Greatest likelihoods
for snow expected in the central mountains early Sunday through
Monday morning with 3-5 inches forecast and 6-7 inches possible at
higher elevations. Eastern Highland and upper snake areas should
also expect widespread snowfall through Monday of 4-6 inches with
7-10 inches at higher elevations. Expect periods of reduced
visibility... wind speeds in excess of 25mph and blowing Snow.
Valley locations have a slight potential to see some light
snowfall at times however this should mostly be a rain event.




236 PM MST Fri Feb 12 2016

... Snow and wind to impact travel this weekend into Monday...

A series of storm systems will bring wintry weather to the region
this weekend into Monday. The first storm will bring a round of
light snow to the central mountains and Montana and Wyoming
Highland border regions on Saturday with light snow
accumulations. A second storm will bring a prolonged period of
snow to the central mountains and upper snake and eastern
Highlands Sunday into Monday. Snow accumulations Sunday and Monday
are expected to range from 2 to 5 inches in Highland valleys with
5 to 10 inches at pass level. Snow accumulations along the
Interstate corridor are expected to range from a trace around
Burley to up to an inch from Idaho Falls to the Montana border. In
addition... strong southwest winds Sunday and Monday with gusts up
to 40 mph will create difficult travel for high profile vehicles
and areas of blowing and drifting snow for passes such as Galena
Summit... Pine Creek Pass and Teton Pass.



236 PM MST Fri Feb 12 2016

... Snow and wind to impact travel this weekend into Monday...

A series of storm systems will bring wintry weather to the region
this weekend into Monday. The first storm will bring a round of
light snow to the central mountains and Montana and Wyoming
Highland border regions on Saturday with light snow
accumulations. A second storm will bring a prolonged period of
snow to the central mountains and upper snake and eastern
Highlands Sunday into Monday. Snow accumulations Sunday and Monday
are expected to range from 2 to 5 inches in Highland valleys with
5 to 10 inches at pass level. Snow accumulations along the
Interstate corridor are expected to range from a trace around
Burley to up to an inch from Idaho Falls to the Montana border. In
addition... strong southwest winds Sunday and Monday with gusts up
to 40 mph will create difficult travel for high profile vehicles
and areas of blowing and drifting snow for passes such as Galena
Summit... Pine Creek Pass and Teton Pass.


236 PM MST Fri Feb 12 2016

... Snow and wind to impact travel this weekend into Monday...

A series of storm systems will bring wintry weather to the region
this weekend into Monday. The first storm will bring a round of
light snow to the central mountains and Montana and Wyoming
Highland border regions on Saturday with light snow
accumulations. A second storm will bring a prolonged period of
snow to the central mountains and upper snake and eastern
Highlands Sunday into Monday. Snow accumulations Sunday and Monday
are expected to range from 2 to 5 inches in Highland valleys with
5 to 10 inches at pass level. Snow accumulations along the
Interstate corridor are expected to range from a trace around
Burley to up to an inch from Idaho Falls to the Montana border. In
addition... strong southwest winds Sunday and Monday with gusts up
to 40 mph will create difficult travel for high profile vehicles
and areas of blowing and drifting snow for passes such as Galena
Summit... Pine Creek Pass and Teton Pass.