If you're reading this, there's a decent chance you haven't blown away yet. That's good considering several areas have recorded wind gusts well over 40 mph. The strong winds will stick around through this evening, but then steadily die off by tomorrow.
Sunday, looks to be fairly nice. Light breezes, but not blustery like Saturday. Highs raging from around 50 in the highlands to the upper 60's in the snake river plain.
Monday, a repeat of sunday with winds starting to pick up again by the afternoon. Temperatures again in the 50's in the highlands and the upper 60's in the snake river plain.
Tuesday, "Return of the Wind" would be a good title for the day. A relatively dry cold front moving its way through means gusty, blustery conditions. There is a slight chance for some evening scattered showers. Most will stay over the mountains and far northern portions of the snake river plain. Temperatures still above average with the highlands reaching the upper 50's and a few places in the lower snake river plain hitting the low 70's.
Wednesday, temperatures take a bit of a tumble with the passing of the cold front. Lower snake river plain only gets into the low 50's with some mountain communities barely reaching 40 degrees. A few rain/snow showers will linger in the mountains.
Thursday, another cold front, but this one has a better chance at bringing a few showers to most of the region. Still not a major rain maker with most valley locations only having a 20-30% chance. Mountains will see a bit more with a 40-50% chance. Temperatures still cool with highs in the low 50's for the valley's and some mountain areas only reaching the upper 30's.
Friday, things clear out. Most places will see some sunshine, but temperatures will only go up slightly. Lower snake river plain in the upper 50's with highs in the highlands peaking in the mid-40's.