NAMPA, Idaho — With the weather we've been having recently, you may have forgotten Spring has not yet sprung. It's easy to forget what season you're in when temperatures have ranged from the high 40s to even high 50s, with lows somewhat tolerable in the high 20s early 30s--not a forecast you'd expect to see during winter.
Monday we expect to see a high of 50 degrees, sunny skies, very mild wind. Tuesday morning will be clear; however, later in the afternoon, precipitation will bring rain into the valley and snow into our mountains. This storm system will move through the area quickly and come Wednesday we see the sun making a steady comeback and sticking around for the next couple of days.
As we take a closer look at Friday night through Sunday night, it's worth noting we'll be seeing clear to partly cloudy skies. High temperatures should measure in around 2 degrees above normal while low temperatures drop down to within a few degrees below normal and clear skies at night.