WEATHER & ROADS: Sunny, mild temperatures and breezy

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U.S. Highway 20 near Thornton | Idaho Transportation Department

IDAHO FALLS — A small snow storm is expected to dump snow in the Central Mountains region on Monday night and Tuesday. But the snow should stay confined to areas of upper elevation.

No major snowfall is expected in eastern Idaho.

Monday’s Forecast

Rexburg and Idaho Falls will be sunny with highs of 50 to 58 degrees during the day and light winds of 10 mph. At night there will be scattered rain showers, lows of 28 to 35 degrees and increasing winds of 10 to 15 mph.

It’ll be sunny in Pocatello and Blackfoot today with highs of 52 to 60 degrees and light winds of 10 mph. It’ll be partly cloudy at night with some scattered showers after midnight, lows of 31 to 38 degrees and light winds.

The Upper Valley and Teton Valley will be sunny today with highs of 45 to 53 degrees. It’ll be cloudy at night with scattered rain or snow after midnight. Lows of 27 to 34 degrees are expected.

The Lost River area will be sunny today with highs of 44 to 54 degrees. The clouds will roll in at night with scattered rain or snow showers. Lows of 24 to 31 degrees are expected.

The Caribou Highlands will be sunny today with highs of 50 to 58 degrees. It’ll be partly cloudy at night with scattered rain or snow showers and lows of 27 to 34 degrees.

Road Report

No road closures or major hazards are being reported on eastern Idaho highways as of noon Monday.

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