*The following was passed along to us from local weather contributor Lee Warnick
From the National Weather Service, Pocatello:
An arctic cold front will drop quickly south from Canada and move through Idaho tonight (Monday, Oct. 28). Very cold temperatures and light snow will accompany the front and 1 to 2 inches of snow may fall with this very cold system. Roads may possibly be snow covered and slippery for rush hour traffic Tuesday morning.
- Temps will be frigid most of the week — we likely won’t rise above freezing until mid-afternoon Thursday. We could even see the season’s first subzero temp Tuesday night/Wednesday morning.
- Halloween evening forecast: Clear skies, no wind to light breeze, temps in mid 20s to low 30s.