Boise breaks snowfall record

Inversion to come
Posted at 6:22 PM, Jan 23, 2017
and last updated 2017-01-23 20:22:22-05

Boise has broken a record for this point in the winter season - 35.5 inches.

That's .4 inches higher than the 1986 season record of 35.1 inches. 

National Weather Service Meteorologist Meteorologist In Charge Mike Cantin says it's likely the present snow and slush will ice over due to an inversion which will trap cold air on top of our wet ground, freezing whatever is in place.