BOISE, Idaho — Pockets of stronger winds linger across parts of the Western Magic Valley, and post-frontal showers continue to impact the area. However, residual precipitation and wind will weaken tonight.
Sunday expect a brief break from the "active weather" as we are looking forward to mostly dry conditions and slightly warmer temperatures.
On Monday, another low-pressure system moves south along the west coast. This system will likely bring more mountain snow and valley rain. Temperatures will be cool, almost below normal.
Tuesday through Wednesday remnant moisture from a nearby low-pressure system keeps showers isolated. A warming trend will pick up by Thursday.