Snow Hits Wood River Valley
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Snow is falling early in some parts of the state — including a couple of ski areas. Officials reported snow at Brundage Mountain near McCall Tuesday and a light dusting atop the mountains at Bogus Basin outside of Boise.
Forecasters are calling for more snow the rest of this week with heavy, early-season dumps north of Ketchum. Meteorologists are predicting as much as 10 inches to accumulate near Galena Summit through Thursday. Similar projections are being made for other parts of the state.
In eastern Idaho, scattered rain and snow is expected for the Snake River Plain as overnight lows dip to freezing. Northern Idaho is also predicted to get rain, but for now will avoid the colder temperatures capable of creating snow.