NAMPA, Idaho — Waking up this morning, a few showers continued to move across the lower Treasure Valley but weakened as the morning progresses.
Dense fog also formed across the valleys dropping visibility to less than a mile across Mountain Home, Caldwell, and Ontario. Clearer conditions are expected this afternoon.
Temperatures Monday through Wednesday remain at least five degrees above normal.
On Thursday another low-pressure system moves through Idaho bringing rain, high-elevation snow, and gusty winds. Precipitation totals will be light to moderate measuring less than a quarter-inch in the valleys; half-inch of rain in the mountains.
Snow levels begin to drop next week with snow expected around 4,000ft Tuesday.