Ok, this might be a bit edgy for some folks, but this NSFW Treasure Valley Weather Forecast contains great news if you're over the heat and the smoky skies!

It's only NSFW if you can't handle a bit of boob sweat and swamp booty... That said, it looks like there will be a bit less of that. We've got a hot spell the next few days but then it looks like it may cool down and we could end up seeing some clearer skies and breathing healthier air. Is this great news? I think it is! From our friends over at Treasure Valley Weather HQ on Facebook:

"It’s true! Changes might be on the horizon here in about week or so. First, we’ve got to power through another visit to the 7th circle of hell.

Boob sweat (swoob), swamp ass (swass), and humidititties will be abundant. Don’t get mad or offended, I’m just spitting facts here. ‍♂️
In about 7 days or so, the EURO, the GFS, and both ensembles are showing a trough moving into the Pacific Northwest.
The general consensus is cooler temperatures with a better chance of rain and possible thunderstorms with HOPEFULLY better air quality!
The drama OF COURSE is going to be in the details, so I’ll keep you updated. "
So, great news! It might even get a little cold at night but the daytime temps look to be a bit more manageable as August rolls on and we get closer to fall! Enjoy the nicer weather after we power through this hot week!
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