USGS streamgage 13290450 is reporting a streamflow rate of 34100cfs corresponding to a gage height of 73.18ft. This streamgage is perched in Idaho at an elevation of 1471.0ft, where air temperatures will reach 68 degrees today, Mostly Sunny. The average streamflow rate for this location is 16032 cfs, with historical river levels flowing between a low of 4360 cfs, and peaking at a record high of 98100 cfs.
Weather conditions this week are expected to range between
64° with chance showers then showers
72° and partly sunny then chance showers
over the next 5 days.
It doesn't look like there's any substantial snow forecasted this week with air temperatures ranging between
over the next 5 days.
000 FXUS65 KBOI 230905 AFDBOI Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Boise ID 305 AM MDT Thu May 23 2019 .SHORT TERM...Today through Sunday...A few showers noted over the forecast area this morning, with most areas seeing diminished activity. The area of low pressure bringing the moisture from the Desert Southwest will begin to lift northward today towards the Northern Plains. This will bring some wraparound moisture into western Idaho through the afternoon, with isolated thunderstorms favored. Additionally, a tightened pressure gradient is expected resulting in gusty wind through this evening, especially across eastern Oregon. A brief reprieve in moisture anticipated tonight and into Friday morning as the area of low pressure moves further east. However, another area of low pressure will be right on its heels, moving into the area by Friday afternoon. Moisture looks decent with this system, with enough instability to bring a return of isolated afternoon thunderstorms. This same area of low pressure will move south down the Pacific coast through Sunday, continuing the presence of cool, wet, and unsettled conditions. Temperatures anticipated to remain 5 to 10 degrees below normal. .LONG TERM...Sunday night through Thursday...Upper level low moves across the Great Basin Sunday night through Tuesday bringing widespread showers along with afternoon thunderstorms. Models diverge greatly thereafter with how a shortwave ridge briefly sets up Wednesday and Thursday. Either solution keeps us active with a threat for showers and thunderstorms during these periods so the differences are not of much concern for this time period. Temperatures stay below normal but rise steadily each day. && .AVIATION...Generally VFR with patchy valley fog this morning. Scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms redeveloping early this afternoon. Surface winds: Variable 12kt or less this morning becoming NW-NE 10-20kt this afternoon. Winds aloft at 10kft MSL: E 20-30kt becoming NW-NE 15-25kt by 21z/Thu. && .BOI WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES... ID...None. OR...None. && $$ www.weather.gov/Boise www.facebook.com/NWSBoise www.twitter.com/NWSBoise SHORT TERM...KB LONG TERM....JS AVIATION.....JS