Inversion countdown: Will the fog, pollution over Boise area be gone soon?

newsroom@idahostatesman.comJanuary 26, 2014 

There's a chance that a system coming in from the Pacific Ocean will bring rain or snow, or both, to the Treasure Valley early Wednesday morning, the National Weather Service says. And that could mean at least a temporary end to the gray that has enveloped the Valley for two weeks.

A Weather Service meteorologist said models are showing a 30 percent chance of a rain/snow mix early Wednesday, and a 40 percent chance by mid-morning. There could be precipitation Friday and into the weekend, but chances of that are 20 percent.

High temperatures at the beginning of this week will be in the upper 20s, with lows in the low 20s. Things will warm up a bit on Wednesday, when the high could reach 36.

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