Rain should let up by Thursday

November 19, 2013 

— After a damp start to Tuesday morning, the wet weather is expected to stick around the Treasure Valley, according to the National Weather Service.

Rain will continue throughout today, with a 90 percent chance of precipitation and a high near 52 degrees. That rain will continue into tonight, but meteorologists say there is little chance for a repeat of Saturday’s snow – temperatures should stay above freezing, with an overnight low in the upper 30s.

Wednesday will be cooler, with morning fog and a 60 percent chance of rain before 11 a.m. Nighttime temperatures will sink to 26 degrees, but rain clouds will likely have already moved out of the area.

Thursday and Friday will be clear and sunny, although temperatures will not rise above 41 degrees either day. Both will see lows in the mid-20s, with few clouds and no chance of precipitation.

Clear and cool conditions will continue into the weekend, with temperatures reaching into the mid-40s and falling to below freezing at night.

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