NAMPA, Idaho — Incredibly dense patchy fog across the Magic Valley made for a rough morning commute. Visibility was down to about 1.5 miles in some areas.
Today expect mostly cloudy skies will temperatures once again averaging 30-35 degrees. Overnight we'll see a change in our weather pattern. Rain and snow will quickly make it's way through the state arriving as early as 6 a.m.
With this system the McCall area should see around 2-3 inches of snow mainly from Thursday morning through Thursday night with lingering snow showers Friday morning.
The Boise Mountains should see 1-3 inches of snow and ski areas should see 3-5 inches of snow and possibly a little bit more.
By this weekend the skies clear across our valleys and mountains setting the stage for perfect bluebird ski days at our local ski resorts!