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BOISE -- Volunteers plan to continue the search for Dr. Jodean Elliott-Blakeslee Friday once the weather clears, which stopped the search efforts for today.

Bad weather has slowed the search for Elliott-Blakeslee who went missing 10 days ago at the Craters of the Moon National Monument.

The park superintendent hopes to have 30 to 40 volunteers, including eight dog teams, out searching Friday, Saturday and Sunday - if the weather permits.

The plan is to search south and east of where they found the body of her friend, Amy Linkert.

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