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I am Kody Wilson, a native of the Treasure Valley and 2008 graduate of Vale High School. During High School, I had the opportunity to be mentored by Vin Crosby; widely regarded as the best meteorologist in Boise, Idaho, and someone I still collaborate with frequently.

I moved to Colorado shortly after, where I graduated in 2012 with my Bachelor of Science with an emphasis in Meteorology from the University of Northern Colorado. My passion and focus is on Microscale Meteorology and Severe Weather.


February 20th, 2024

Showers continue!

Mernin and happy Tuesday early risers, night owls, insomniacs, and neuro spicy besties!

Waves of shower activity will continue today moving from southwest to northeast with the snur levels pretty high up in the mountains.

One thing it appears we won’t be contending with today is the strong blowy wind. The kinematic environment should be pretty calm today (fancy scientific lingo for how the wind behaves).

Starting Thursday and heading into the weekend, we will dry out with a possible inversion developing as shortwave ridging helps keep mild temperatures and higher humidity trapped on the valley floors.

I am monitoring a strong cold front slated to blast through from west to east sometime overnight Sunday and into Monday. This is the kind of front that will sound light a freight train when it comes through, and will be associated with a rapid drop in the snur levels down to the valley floors.

At this point, I need to see a few more runs of forecast model data to get specifics; so once we get closer, I’ll have a better idea of timing and potential impacts. First half of next week looks busy, but dry and cool for the second half of the week.

Be patient, and I’ll keep you posted!

You know, in the winter I love to stay hydrated. Carbohydrated. 😜😜😜

I’ll see myself out k great thanks bye. #IDwx #ORwx #tvwhq