I was driving out of town this morning, and I noticed that some of the trees in the hill were orange. Fall is here! Now, back in the office, this “Special Weather Statement” from weather.com:
A STORM WILL MOVE FROM THE GULF OF ALASKA TODAY AND ARRIVE IN SOUTHERN IDAHO BY TUESDAY NIGHT. THIS STORM IS FULL OF MOIST AND COLD AIR… AND WILL PROVIDE A TASTE OF WINTER FOR THE HIGH COUNTRY SOUTH OF THE SNAKE RIVER ON TUESDAY NIGHT THROUGH THURSDAY. THIS STORM WILL PRODUCE SOME HEAVY RAINS EARLY TUESDAY NIGHT… WITH A MIXTURE OF SNOW AND RAIN DEVELOPING WEDNESDAY MORNING. LITTLE TO NO ACCUMULATION IS EXPECTED… HOWEVER… AS AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES SHOULD RISE ABOVE THE FREEZING MARK. THE STORM WILL ALSO GENERATE STRONG WIND… 30 TO 45 MPH WITH HIGHER GUSTS. BY WEDNESDAY NIGHT… SKIES WILL CLEAR ENOUGH TO SEVERELY COOL TEMPERATURES… WITH MANY LOCATIONS SEEING THURSDAY MORNING LOWS IN THE 20S.
So, it looks like Fall in southern Idaho was this morning. If you missed it, you better
walk run outside, immediately!