Increasing clouds and more snow is expected to fall tonight, with a few inches forecast depending on location. And then more snow is expected Sunday-Tuesday. Higher quantities of snow is expected at the N. Idaho resorts with a foot to 18 inches of new snow expected in the next 5 days in that region, and 3-8 inches expected in SW Idaho and the Central Mountains.
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Short Term Forecast
Face shots at Schweitzer Mountain yesterday ... (courtesy Schweitzer)
A cold front will pass through Idaho tonight and bring snow across Idaho. Temperatures will be on the mild side. Highs are predicted to be close to freezing or higher in N. Idaho, while staying in the high 20s to low 30s in S. Idaho.
Not a huge amount of snow is expected with the storm system on Friday, but a few inches of new will provide a nice cushion on top of existing powdery layers from storms earlier this week.
There will be a couple of days of bluebird skiing in S. Idaho before the next storm system comes in on Sunday night.
The parade of storms passing through Idaho will continue on Sunday night, and it's predicted to snow every day at least through Tuesday of next week. New snow every day!
Solder Mountain near Fairfield opens for the season this weekend, Saturday and Sunday.
Seattle Ridge opens on Saturday at Sun Valley, and there will be a dedication for the refurbished Warm Springs Lodge on Saturday.
Most of Idaho's ski areas are open now. Watch for updates at https://www.skiidaho.us/
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