According to Idaho Power, 17 customers were without power in the Idaho City area on Tuesday morning.
Crews are on site.
Also Tuesday, Idaho 21 is closed in both directions between Idaho City and Lowman due to unsafe conditions caused by drifting snow and avalanche danger. The road is also closed between Lowman and Stanley because of potential avalanches.
U.S. 95, however, has reopened between Council and New Meadows after it was closed Monday due to blowing snow and falling trees.
And electrical service appears to have been fully restored to the McCall area after two days of trouble. Idaho Power is reporting no outages there Tuesday morning.
Heavy snow on Sunday took out two main transmission lines that serve 16,000 Idaho Power customers from Riggins south to Cascade and from New Meadows east to Warm Lake. Crews returned the lines to service Sunday evening, but continued snowfall and winds toppled trees that knocked the two lines out again on Monday, requiring further repair work.
Central Idaho’s weather forecast calls for snow showers through Thursday, according to the National Weather Service. The Treasure Valley, too, can expect snow showers Wednesday and Thursday.