Tired of the incessant winds that have torn through the Valley during the past few days? Good news: You should get a break from getting battered by breezes, and be able to spend more time being bathed in the sun, on Wednesday.
The winds on Monday and Tuesday - which meteorologist Bill Wojcik of the National Weather Service in Boise said were by-products of a large spring storm wreaking havoc on some parts of the country - are expected to calm down, according to the latest seven-day forecast from the weather service. A brief, high-pressure ridge will settle over us during the day on Wednesday, Wojcik said, and a high near 70 is forecast.
Then, as Valley weather is notorious for turning on a dime, a cold front will sweep in Wednesday night, likely resulting in showers.
Wojcik said to expect a dry Thursday. The forecast calls for a high around 60.