Valley rain, mountain snow and wind for Sunday

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TONIGHT: We will continue to see more rain showers moving through our entire region overnight and even heading into the night. Winds will be lighter later in the night between 5 and 15 mph. Low temperatures drop into the 30s and 40s in the early morning.

TOMORROW: Rain showers will continue into tomorrow throughout the day. We will be looking to add heavy snow showers in the central ID and western WY mountains. Winds will pick up to very gusty between 15 and 25 mph. High temperatures drop back into the upper 40s and lower 50s.

LONG TERM: Widespread rain and snow continues for one more day on Memorial Day before it finally starts to clear up with remnants of stray showers on Tuesday. By Tuesday afternoon, about an inch of rain is expected throughout the valleys and some of the mountain tops could receive between 6 inches and a foot of snow. We are completely dry Wednesday and Thursday before the showers return Friday and next weekend. The winds will seek to subside to very light after Sunday and will continue to be light through next weekend. High temperatures drop for one more day to the low 40s for everyone on Monday before rising on Tuesday and for much of the rest of the work week. By Thursday and Friday, the highs should be back in the 70s.

WATCHES/WARNINGS:

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY NOW IN EFFECT FROM MIDNIGHT TONIGHT AT
6 AM MDT MONDAY for Central Mountain Hinterland locations around
Clayton, Stanley, Ketchum, Sun Valley, Galena and Copper Basin.

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 6:00 AM SUNDAY TO 9:00 AM MDT
MONDAY ABOVE 6500 FEET for Lemhi and Salmon County.

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM SUNDAY TO 3 PM MDT
MONDAY for Yellowstone National Park and Teton and Gros Ventre
Mountains.

FLOOD ADVISORY FOR SNOW MELTING IN EFFECT THIS MORNING UNTIL
ADDITIONAL NOTICE for Big Wood River near Hailey.

LAKE WIND ADVISORY IN EFFECT 8 AM TO 9 PM MDT SUNDAY for American Falls Reservoir.

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