Boise residents can expect a rainy week, according to the National Weather Service.
A low-pressure front moving in from the Northwest is pushing waves of moisture into the Treasure Valley. Boise could even see a thunderstorm Sunday night, said Korri Anderson, meteorologist with the National Weather Service's Boise office.
That means Boise will see sporadic rain showers through Wednesday. Residents will get a brief break until Friday, when rain will move back into the valley and stick through the weekend, Anderson said.
With the wet, comes the cold. The week will stay in the mid-50s until Thursday when temperatures could bump up into the 60s.
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The precipitation is typical April weather, which breaks from the warm trend residents saw in March, Anderson said.