Weather Service Report


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URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service Pocatello ID
957 PM MST Sun Feb 16 2020


IDZ060-062>064-066-170600-
/O.EXP.KPIH.WS.W.0005.000000T0000Z-200217T0500Z/
Bear River Range-Blackfoot Mountains-Caribou Range-
Big Hole Mountains-Centennial Mountains - Island Park-
Including the cities of Emigration Summit, Grace, Soda Springs, 
Henry, Bone, Wayan, Swan Valley, Victor, Island Park, and Kilgore
957 PM MST Sun Feb 16 2020

...WINTER STORM WARNING WILL EXPIRE AT 10 PM MST THIS EVENING...

The cold front has moved through most of the area. Currently it
across our most eastern areas along the Wyoming border. Winds have
remained elevated with 20 to 30 mph gusts behind the front. Along
the front near the Wyoming border there are wind gusts near 40 
mph bringing some continued blowing and drifting snow. Expect 
winds to start declining near the Wyoming border and continue to 
decline overnight elsewhere. There is still some lingering snow 
along our eastern areas with one to two inches more expected this
evening. There will be around one inch more of snow for our 
extreme northern and eastern areas as we remain in northwest flow 
through tomorrow. Also expect breezy winds to continue tomorrow. 
High pressure starts to build in late Monday and will bring drier 
conditions as well as a drop in winds by late tomorrow afternoon 
into the the early evening. TW

$$

IDZ061-065-170600-
/O.EXP.KPIH.WW.Y.0008.000000T0000Z-200217T0500Z/
Bear Lake Valley-Teton Valley-
Including the cities of St. Charles, Montpelier, Georgetown, 
Ashton, Tetonia, and Driggs
957 PM MST Sun Feb 16 2020

...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY WILL EXPIRE AT 10 PM MST THIS
EVENING...

The cold front has moved through most of the area. Currently it
across our most eastern areas along the Wyoming border. Winds have
remained elevated with 20 to 30 mph gusts behind the front. Along
the front near the Wyoming border there are wind gusts near 40 
mph bringing some continued blowing and drifting snow. Expect 
winds to start declining near the Wyoming border and continue to 
decline overnight elsewhere. There is still some lingering snow 
along our eastern areas with one to two inches more expected this
evening. There will be around one inch more of snow for our 
extreme northern and eastern areas as we remain in northwest flow 
through tomorrow. Also expect breezy winds to continue tomorrow. 
High pressure starts to build in late Monday and will bring drier 
conditions as well as a drop in winds by late tomorrow afternoon 
into the the early evening. TW

$$

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