NAMPA, Idaho — Snowy weather lead to slick roads and traffic problems Wednesday across the Treasure Valley with several inches of snow accumulating. More snow is on the way for Thursday with 1-2 inches in the Boise area and 3-6 inches in the mountains.
🌨️Widespread snow will move southeast of the Treasure Valley by late afternoon. Lingering snow will exit the Magic Valley and the ID-NV border this evening.— NWS Boise (@NWSBoise) December 29, 2021
❄️Had enough yet?
🌨️More widespread snow comes early Thursday through early Friday. See graphic for tomorrow's totals. pic.twitter.com/CpujBNczdK
Snow showers continue through Friday morning but by Friday afternoon conditions begin clearing up setting the stage for sunshine over the weekend with some of the coldest temperatures we've seen this season.
Some Treasure Valley locations could kick off the new year with subzero temperatures.