Sunny skies for today and daytime highs will be very near normal. A weak Ridge of high pressure is moving into the area and that will mean hot temperatures for tomorrow only. Dry conditions with a little bit of breeze through portions of the Magic Valley by tomorrow giving us a fire weather watch in the Eastern portion of the Magic Valley.

Temperatures will cool again for Sunday and daytime highs will be very near normal for the first portion of next week with sunny skies and dry conditions. We will see just a few clouds and a bit of warming through the middle of next week.

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