King Hill, ID

29.1°F / -1.6°C
Overcast
Windchill: 29°F / -2°C
Humidity: 88%
Dew Point: 26°F / -3°C
Wind: SE at 0.0 mph / 0.0 km/h
Wind Gust: 0.0 mph / 0.0 km/h
Pressure: 30.39 in / 1029 hPa (Rising)
Visibility: 7.0 miles / 11.3 kilometers
Clouds: Overcast (OVC) : 800 ft / 243 m
Yesterday's Maximum: 40°F / 4°C
Yesterday's Minimum: 26°F / -3°C
UV: 0.5 out of 16
Sunrise:7:53 AM MST
Sunset:5:06 PM MST
Moon Rise:10:15 AM MST
Moon Set:8:09 PM MST
Moon Phase Waxing Crescent
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SPECI KMUO 021918Z 00000KT 7SM OVC008 M02/M03 A3039 RMK AO2A
As of: 12:53 PM MST on December 02, 2016
Observed at: River Road, Bliss, ID

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Forecast

Today
clear
37° | 25°F
| -4°C
Saturday
partlycloudy
44° | 30°F
| -1°C
Sunday
mostlycloudy
45° | 27°F
| -3°C
Today is forecast to be
Cooler than yesterday.
Rest of Today
Sunny. Patchy dense fog in the morning. Highs 35 to 40. Light winds.
Tonight
Increasing clouds. Lows 24 to 29. Southeast winds up to 10 mph.
Saturday
Mostly cloudy. Highs 40 to 45. East winds around 10 mph.
Saturday Night
Mostly cloudy. A chance of rain...mainly after midnight. Chance of rain 30 percent. Lows 29 to 34. Light winds.
Sunday
Cloudy with a chance of rain...mixed with snow in the afternoon. Chance of precipitation 50 percent. Highs 42 to 47. Southeast winds around 10 mph.
Sunday Night
Mostly cloudy with a chance of snow...mixed with rain in the evening. Chance of precipitation 40 percent. Lows 23 to 28.
Monday
Partly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of snow. Cooler. Highs 31 to 36.
Monday Night and Tuesday
Mostly cloudy with a 30 percent chance of snow. Colder. Lows 18 to 23. Highs 29 to 36.
Tuesday Night and Wednesday
Mostly cloudy. Lows 13 to 18. Highs 26 to 34.
Wednesday Night
Mostly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of snow showers. Lows 18 to 23.
Thursday
Mostly cloudy with a 30 percent chance of snow. Highs 30 to 35.
As of: 8:13 am MST on December 2, 2016 from station 83633
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Warnings & Notices

Special Statement

Expires 3:30 PM MST on December 02, 2016
Statement as of 2:19 am PST on December 2, 2016/

... Strong winter-like system to bring snow to the mountains late
Saturday night through Monday morning... and much colder
temperatures to the entire area for most of next week...

A strong and moist winter-like system will move into the Pacific
northwest this weekend, spreading snow to the mountains from late
Saturday night all the way through early Monday morning, and
bringing much colder temperatures to the entire region for most
of next week. Snowfall amounts in the mountains will be less than
6 inches below 5000 feet, from 6 to 9 inches between 5000 and 7000
feet, and from 9 to 12+ inches above 7000 feet. In addition to the
snow, a cold front will move through Sunday night and usher in
much colder air. Highs Sunday in the 30s in the mountains and mid
40s in lower elevations will drop 10 degrees for Monday.
Temperatures will drop a few more degrees on Tuesday, resulting in
lower 30s for high temps in the lower elevations. By Wednesday,
the lower elevations may not even reach 30 for highs. A warmup
will begin Thursday, but highs in the lower elevations will still
struggle to rise above freezing.



319 am MST Fri Dec 2 2016 /219 am PST Fri Dec 2 2016/

... Strong winter-like system to bring snow to the mountains late
Saturday night through Monday morning... and much colder
temperatures to the entire area for most of next week...

A strong and moist winter-like system will move into the Pacific
northwest this weekend, spreading snow to the mountains from late
Saturday night all the way through early Monday morning, and
bringing much colder temperatures to the entire region for most
of next week. Snowfall amounts in the mountains will be less than
6 inches below 5000 feet, from 6 to 9 inches between 5000 and 7000
feet, and from 9 to 12+ inches above 7000 feet. In addition to the
snow, a cold front will move through Sunday night and usher in
much colder air. Highs Sunday in the 30s in the mountains and mid
40s in lower elevations will drop 10 degrees for Monday.
Temperatures will drop a few more degrees on Tuesday, resulting in
lower 30s for high temps in the lower elevations. By Wednesday,
the lower elevations may not even reach 30 for highs. A warmup
will begin Thursday, but highs in the lower elevations will still
struggle to rise above freezing.


319 am MST Fri Dec 2 2016 /219 am PST Fri Dec 2 2016/

... Strong winter-like system to bring snow to the mountains late
Saturday night through Monday morning... and much colder
temperatures to the entire area for most of next week...

A strong and moist winter-like system will move into the Pacific
northwest this weekend, spreading snow to the mountains from late
Saturday night all the way through early Monday morning, and
bringing much colder temperatures to the entire region for most
of next week. Snowfall amounts in the mountains will be less than
6 inches below 5000 feet, from 6 to 9 inches between 5000 and 7000
feet, and from 9 to 12+ inches above 7000 feet. In addition to the
snow, a cold front will move through Sunday night and usher in
much colder air. Highs Sunday in the 30s in the mountains and mid
40s in lower elevations will drop 10 degrees for Monday.
Temperatures will drop a few more degrees on Tuesday, resulting in
lower 30s for high temps in the lower elevations. By Wednesday,
the lower elevations may not even reach 30 for highs. A warmup
will begin Thursday, but highs in the lower elevations will still
struggle to rise above freezing.



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