KHQ.COM - A cold front moved over us last night, and while that will bring slightly cooler temperatures, it will still be a pretty mild day overall. Expect partly cloudy skies for the most part with a good amount of sunshine today, but could catch a few isolated showers across the northern panhandle of Idaho.
Also, with some sunshine mixed with instability in the atmosphere there could be some spotty cells that produce graupel (hail) but again that too would be VERY isolated. High temperatures in the mid-upper 50s.
Today: Partly cloudy skies with isolated showers for Northern Panhandle. SW 8-12mph. High: 57°
Tonight: Partly Cloudy, becoming mostly cloudy. Low: 37°
Tomorrow (St. Patty's Day Parade): Becoming mostly cloudy but dry for the morning. Chance of some very light, scattered rain showers by about 2pm. Winds will also kick up with gusts to 20-25mph.
Look for lowering snow levels Saturday night and could even see some big, wet snowflakes by early Sunday morning.