The National Weather Service in Pocatello has Issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Snow, Which is in effect from Noon to 11 Pm MST Saturday.
* Impacts, Accumulating Snow May Create Difficult Driving Conditions Saturday Afternoon and Evening. Accumulating Snow And The Potential for Freezing Rain in the Eastern Magic Valley May Create Hazardous Driving Conditions Sunday Through Monday.
* Timing, Moderate Snowfall Starting around Noon Saturday And
Continuing Through 11pm MST Saturday Evening. a Second Round Of
Moderate Valley and Heavy Mountain Snowfall Starting Sunday
Morning and Continuing Through Monday Afternoon.
* Snow Accumulations, for Saturday Afternoon and Evening, Expect
2 to 4 Inches in the Valleys and 3 to 6 Inches in the Mountains
Above 5500 Feet Msl. for Sunday Through Monday, Expect 4 to 10
Inches in the Valleys from Shoshone Northward and the Potential
for Freezing Rain in the Valleys Southward Into the South -
Central Highlands. in the Sawtooth and Boulder Mountains Above
6000 Feet Msl, Expect Upwards of 2 Feet of Accumulation or More
Sunday Into Monday. for the South - Central Highlands Above 6000
Feet, Expect 6 to 11 Inches of total Snowfall.
* Confidence, very High for Precipitation. Snow Levels will Vary
Dramatically Through the Period Making Confidence Low in The
Valleys for Accumulation Sunday Into Monday.
* Locations, Stanley, Galena, Ketchum, Burley, Oakley.A Winter storm watch Means There is a Potential for Significant
Snow, Sleet or Ice Accumulations That May Impact Travel. Continue
to Monitor the Latest Forecasts.
A Winter Weather Advisory Means That Periods of Snow, Sleet Or
Freezing Rain will Cause Travel Difficulties. be Prepared For
Slippery Roads and Limited Visibilities, and Limited Visibilities,
and Use Caution While Driving.
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