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Summary:

      Dry conditions with a warming trend will occur today through Friday, resulting in increasing snowmelt and runoff
between 8000 and 10,000 feet through the weekend.  An approaching cold front will bring increasing chances of showers and thunderstorms on Saturday afternoon and evening.  Sunday through Wednesday will bring cooler and unsettled conditions with chances of showers each day.

Precipitation Amounts:

  • No precipitation expected today and Friday.  Showers over the weekend will produce generally light precipitation of 0.10" or less over any 12 hour period, but isolated heavier showers and thunderstorms will be possible.  

Temperatures: 

  • Highs:  Today around 60.  Friday and Saturday around 65.  Sunday around 50.
  • Lows:   Friday morning around 30.   Saturday and Sunday mornings 30 to 35.

 

For more in-depth forecast information at the slide location, click on this link: https://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?marine=0&site=RIW&zmx=1&zmy=1&FcstType=text&lat=43.02738&lon=-110.80767&Submit=Submit#.WrF_Q5oh3AW

River Stages Banner

River Gauge Stages (Hydrographs) near Porcupine Slide - Click on Graphs to Enlarge
Current Stage for
Grey's River above the Porcupine Slide
Current Stage for
Grey's River below the
Porcupine Slide
Current Stage for Grey's River above the Porcupine Slide
Current Stage for Grey's River below the Porcupine Slide
Snake River near Alpine
(Current Stage & Forecast)
Grey's River above Palisades Reservoir
(Current Stage & Forecast)
Snake River near Alpine
Grey's River above Palisades Reservoir

Forecast Graphic Banner

  • 2 and 4-day liquid (rain and melted snow) total
  • 2 and 4-day total snowfall
  • Highs and lows over the next couple of days
  • The 6 to 10 and 8 to14 day temperature and precipitation outlooks
     
48 Hour Liquid Precipitation
48 Hour Snow Accumulation
Day 1 Maximum Temperature
Day 2 Maximum Temperature
96 Hour Liquid Precipitation
96 Hour Snow Accumulation
Day 1 Minimum Temperature
Day 2 Minimum Temperature
6-10 Day Temp Outlook
6-10 Day Precipitation Outlook
8-14 Day Temp Outlook
8-14 Day Precipitation Outlook
6-10 Day Temp Outlook
6-10 day precipitation outlook
8-14 day temperature outlook
8-14 day precipitation outlook

 

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Want to track the storm? Here are the local and regional radar loops:

Current Radar - Click Thumbnails To Enlarge
Northern Rockies Radar
Riverton Radar
Pocatello, ID Radar

 

 

SnoTel Banner

SnoTel Graphs  - Click to Enlarge
Graphs below show:
 

  ► Current Snow Water Equivalent (SWE) and from 2017
  ► Average/Median SWE through the year (shows when the snow typically melts)

  ► SWE in 2018 compared to years with highest SWE

Map of Area SnoTels and 2018 SWE percent of 1981-2010 Average
Map of SnoTels near the Procupine Slide - Click to Enlarge
Willow Creek SnoTel
Willow Creek SnoTel Current Conditions - Click to Enlarge
Willow Creek SnoTel Current and Historical Data - Click to Enarge
2018 Compared to Highest Years
(as of 4/21/2018)
Blind Bull Summit SnoTel
Blind Bull SnoTel Current Conditions - Click to Enlarge
Blind Bull Summit Current and Historical Data - Click to Enlarge
2018 Compared to Highest Years
(as of 4/21/2018)
Triple Peaks SnoTel
Triple Peak SnoTel Current Conditions - Click to Enlarge
Triple Peak SnoTel Current and Historical Data - Click to Enlarge
2018 Compared to Highest Years
(as of 4/21/2018)
Cottonwood Creek/Lake SnoTel
Cottonwood Creek SnoTel Current Conditions - Click to Enlarge
Cottonwood Creek SnoTel Current and Historical Data - Click to Enlarge
2018 Compared to Highest Years
(as of 4/21/2018)

 

Additional Information Banner

 

 

Here are some additional links to help monitor the weather situation: