Weather Discussion & Outlook

A few clouds this morning & smoke in the valley, with enough of a breeze to mix some of that out this afternoon. Monsoon moisture is still streaming north over the 4-Corners Region, some of that getting as far north as southern Wyoming. An isolated thundershower formed over eastern Idaho & tracked across the northern Tetons & on across Yellowstone Park very early this morning. That rogue little cell looks like it might have been from a small piece of monsoon moisture that got pulled up along the WY-ID border by the South to SW flow that is overhead. It looks like that was a very isolated incident, with dry air & more stable conditions for the next 24-hours. A Trof of Low pressure moves by to the north of us later Thursday & on Friday, we may see some scattered thundershowers develop, especially late Thursday. Some clouds Friday & maybe an isolated shower over the mountains. Then back to dry weather for the weekend. Cooler temps Saturday behind that Trof, then warming temps again Sunday thru Wednesday of next week. Looking dry & virtually thunderstorm-free from Saturday thru next Friday.

© Jim Woodmencey, meteorologist