A cold front pushed through the Treasure Valley over the weekend, and though temperatures will climb up again briefly, another cold front will push them back down Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.
The high only got up to 79 Sunday, due to a cold front that came through Saturday. The high Monday is predicted to bump up to about 82, and the Tuesday high could land somewhere in the high 80s. But, it will cool down again around Wednesday when another cold front will bring temperatures down to the low 80s and 70s, according to Dave Groenert, meteorologist with the National Weather Service.
This cooling trend is typical for this time of year, Groenert said.
“As we get into September you start to see that,” he said.
The low temperatures for the day are also getting lower, he said.
“We're getting into the longer nights so we can get some greater diurnal ranges,” he said.
The cooler weather likely won’t come with more precipitation in the Treasure Valley area, he said.