The Treasure Valley might not cool down until Thursday, according to the National Weather Service.
Temperatures are going to cling to the low 80s through Wednesday, hovering around 10 degrees above average temperatures for this time of year, according to Dave Groenert, meteorologist for the National Weather Service.
But, come Thursday a cooler system could be pushing temperatures down throughout the Boise area. Temperatures are expected to dip down into the low 70s, just a few degrees higher than normal. The system might even come with rain, Groenert said.
“Through midweek we're going to be fairly dry and warm,” he said. “There’s a slight chance of some precipitation on Thursday and Friday.”
Another predicted system could make things even chillier over the weekend, he said.
“There's another system, potentially over the weekend, that could keep the cool air in there,” he said.
The high Monday is predicted to be 80 degrees with a low of 50 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.