We had record-setting highs in Boise on Friday and those much-warmer-than-average temperatures will continue for one more day. However, a cold front from the northwest will be inching closer, rather quickly, so we will see temperatures slightly cooler for Saturday afternoon after a warm start to the morning.
Clear skies will prevail overnight and through the rest of the weekend, even with that cold front passing through. Right now that low is stuck in the Gulf of Alaska and that has allowed us to stay warm. But tomorrow afternoon it will move southeast and bring in some cooler air. Morning lows will be near 60 degrees Saturday and Sunday mornings but highs will drop from mid-80s Saturday to near 70 degrees on Sunday.
Then beginning Sunday another ridge will rebuild and temperatures will rebound right along with that for the rest of the week. In fact, we will see highs back up to near 80 degrees for most of the week.
We will remain dry beyond next weekend, with a chance of showers moving in after that.