NAMPA, Idaho — Rain, snow, and wind, oh my!
A storm from the Gulf of Alaska continues to bring incredibly wacky active weather across Idaho this week. Unofficially referred to as "sprinter" (Spring/Winter) snow fell across the valley Tuesday morning leaving behind light accumulations.
The snow should taper off by 9 a.m and melt by this afternoon but strong gusty winds are anticipated through the rest of the day. A Wind Advisory impacting Treasure and Magic Valley's expires at 6 p.m this evening.
The moist weather pattern will continue Wednesday a more snow and rain showers from time to time and a cold afternoon temperature of only 43 degrees. High temperatures Tuesday barely topping 40 degrees
Thursday morning another storm brings more precipitation adding another 4"-6" of snow in the McCall area with higher mountains seeing another 6"-10" of snow.