Here comes the rain again: Spring in Boise has felt more like a sneak peek at summer - but that's about to change. Not one, but two weather systems have their sights on us. Temperatures and rain will fall.
How long have we got? Until Thursday night, according to Les Colin, lead forecaster with the National Weather Service in Boise. Low pressure on Thursday night and Friday morning will bring a 40 percent chance of showers and a lows in the upper 40s. We'll get about a 12-hour break, then the next system will bring more rain and highs around 60 through the weekend.
The big chill happens Monday, when temperatures are expected to dip into the mid 30s overnight.
We've been a little spoiled: The warmth we've enjoyed the past week is above normal, according to Colin. It usually only gets to around 59 this time of year. We don't usually get 70s until May.
Light at the end of the tunnel: Starting Wednesday, skies will brighten again, temperatures will climb again and you'll be able to hang up your rain jacket and enjoy May-like temperatures. Again.