Updated Thursday, December 12, 2013 at 3:41 p.m.
VIN CROSBY - CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
This afternoon temperatures will hold in the mid 20s with the teens to low 20s out in the west end of the Treasure Valley.
Tonight clouds will be on the increase with flurries for the Treasure Valley and light snow showers for the mountains. In the heavier showers an inch is possible. Lows will fall into the low to mid teens before the clouds arrive.
Tomorrow variably cloudy skies will develop with highs in hte mid to upper 20s. It looks hazy with the possibility of patchy fog this weekend and highs in the 20s. We'll go with more widespread fog Monday and Tuesday with highs in the 20s. Wednesday is really the only chance this week where most Treasure Valley locations will be in the 30s. Afternoon rain showers will form in the Treasure Valley and snow will fly in the mountains.
From Wednesday afternoon through Thursday morning 2-5" will be possible in the high country. The rain will change to snow in the Treasure Valley and an inch or two is possible by Thursday morning. It will taper off to flurries.
Highs will return to the 20s on Thursday. It looks chilly through Christmas at this point.