BOISE, Idaho (CBS 2) — It's quiet this morning across the region with dry northerly flow in place. With a northerly flow in place, that means temperatures are expected to remain below average for today with highs in the mid-30's, also, winds will be breezy.
Dry weather continues for much of tomorrow but, clouds will increase in the afternoon ahead of our next storm system. As it looks right now, snow will likely spread into the region late Tuesday into Wednesday morning, just in time for the morning commute.
Generally, 1-3" of snowfall is expected in the valley through Thursday morning, 3-6" in the mountains. Parts of the Upper Treasure Valley should receive the most snowfall with 2-3" expected from Meridian to Boise. In the lower valley, 0.5-1.5" are expected.
Dry weather returns on Friday but the models are suggesting that more snow could be on the way for the weekend. Computer models suggest that more snow could be on the way Saturday and Sunday, temperatures will likely remain colder than average into next week.