BY: ROLAND STEADHAM - CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
LAST UPDATED: Wednesday, May 24, 2017 at 4:00 p.m.
The cooler than normal temperatures will stick around through Thursday with partly cloudy skies. The mountains will see a few afternoon showers Thursday and Friday. Then, high pressure is expected to take over as we go into the holiday weekend. That will ensure a significant warming trend and lots of sunshine Friday through the middle of next week. We will see highs on Saturday near 80 degrees. By Sunday we go into the mid 80’s. By Monday, temperatures could approach 90 degrees. Toasty conditions will continue through Wednesday.
Boise River: The Flood Warning continues for the Boise River At Glenwood Bridge affecting Ada and Canyon Counties. The flow is currently near 8,500 cfs. It should go down to around 8,400 cfs. This action is part of a flood control effort by the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers prompted by the very deep snow pack in the mountains. Minor flooding will continue in low areas near the river.
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