If you're not ready for temperatures in the 50s, Friday morning could be a rude awakening for you the low is expected to dip down to 55. Saturday will be even cooler, with a forecast low of 52.
A dry cold front from the Pacific Northwest is going to cool things down for the next couple days, but it won't last. By Sunday, we'll be back into the low-90s.
Friday will warm up into the 80s, but just barely the high will be about 81. And it's going to be a windy afternoon.
"It will feel like a really nice fresh day," National Weather Service meteorologist George Skari. "The smoke should be cleared out of here for a while. We'll get a temporary break."
But don't expect the air to be smoke-free. A yellow or moderate air quality alert has been issued for the Treasure Valley on Friday. Those in sensitive groups are advised to limit activities outdoors.
Air quality may diminish significantly by Sunday, when winds are expected to die down. Smoke and pollutants may create that all-too-familiar haze over the Valley.
A red flag warning has been issued for the Treasure Valley for noon to 7 p.m. Friday. That means the potential for explosive fire growth is high in this case, it's due to single-digit humidity and winds of 15 to 25 miles per hour, with gusts of up to 35 mph.