Updated Tuesday, March 11, 2014 at 3:25 p.m.
VIN CROSBY -CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
Today is the start of the longest stretch of dry weather since Thanksgiving! The longest stretch of dry weather up to this point is 6 days. Once in January and once in December. Around Thanksgiving we had 9 days of dry weather in a row. Counting today it appears we'll have 7 days if we don't get a stray shower in the Treasure Valley on Friday.
The winds will diminish tonight and all areas in the Treasure Valley will be below freezing as lows will be in the 20s to around 30.
Tomorrow looks great after the cold start with highs reaching the mid 50s and lighter winds.
Thursday looks great too with clouds increasing on Friday. The mountains and east Oregon right now look to get a few rain/snow showers, but the Treasure Valley looks dry at this point.
Saturday looks cool and Sunday looks mild. Highs Saturday will be in the low 50s and then temperatures will vault into the mid and upper 60s on Sunday with plenty of sunshine this weekend.
Monday we'll get partly sunny skies and there is a chance for showers on Tuesday. Highs will drop from the low 60s on Monday to the low 50s on Tuesday.