Idaho to get a break from the heat. That means storms are coming, and maybe even floods
We're going to take a breather from all this heat, Idaho. But it could be conditional.
Much of the southwest and southern state could experience thunderstorms this weekend, along with the possibility of flash floods in certain areas. This storm system also brings lower temperatures.
According to the National Weather Service in Boise, cities in the Treasure Valley have the opportunity to see thunderstorms from Friday and possibly through Tuesday. Some cities and areas - such as McCall, Cascade, Idaho City, Council, and the Owyhee Mountains - are at moderate risk of flash floods from Saturday afternoon through Sunday night.
In a tweet, the NWS in Boise said the upcoming storms bring the potential for heavy rain to higher elevations. The NWS projections show that areas like Stanley and Sun Valley are at higher risk of thunderstorms and therefore concerns about flash floods are greater.
Excessive heat will still hit most of Idaho on Friday, with high temperatures expected in the Boise area approaching 100. But the storm system will cool things down, with highs in the mid to late 80s on Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
Although no official guards or thunderstorm and flash flood warnings were issued by Thursday afternoon, residents of southwest Idaho should be prepared for the weekend's storms, the weather service said.
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