Posted: Sep 25, 2013 3:18 PM by Meteorologist Mike Heard
Updated: Sep 25, 2013 3:18 PM
A slow moving Low pressure storm system over central Idaho will lift NE ward tonight into Thursday morning and with it an increasing chance of valley rain/snow and moderate to heavy mountain snow.
National Weather Service continues the Winter Storm Warnings above 5,000' through noon Thursday with 6"-12" of snow possible over the mountain passes.
Winter Weather Advisories below 5,500' east of the divide also continues through Noon Thursday with a possible 1"-4" of snow.
Snow levels today remained high, around 7,000', but will drop tonight as colder air is wrapped up in this storm system creating hazardous travel conditions over the mountain passes.
Take a look at my on demand video forecast where I highlight the GFS forecast model taking us through next week and the short term RPM Tru Vu Forecast model highlighting what areas will see the best chances for snow tonight and what areas could see a dry slot.
I'll update your local forecast tonight at 5:30pm and 10pm on KBZK and KXLF.