BOISE, IDAHO — Sunshine, lighter winds and cooler conditions take over SW Idaho Thursday, with high temps the coolest we’ve seen in Boise since the first day of the month. Expect upper 40s to right around 50° in the Treasure Valley, and low to mid 40s in the Magic Valley and up in the mountains.
We’ll remain dry and cool over the weekend, then our next weather-maker arrives late Sunday, finally bringing in much-needed snow to area ski resorts just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday. As temperatures drop in the Treasure Valley next week and the moisture moves in, it’s possible we could see some light snow in Boise Monday morning, with a steady, accumulating snow possible in the Treasure Valley on Wednesday.
That Wednesday storm will likely cause some major travel headaches across the northwest, especially for anyone traveling south to California, Nevada or Utah. There is also a good possibility of the Blue Mountains in Oregon getting quite snowy on Wednesday then again next Friday!