The Treasure Valley could see some snow storms and wind Wednesday, according to Katy Branham, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service.
Between 1 and 3 inches could accumulate in the Treasure Valley, but it depends on the temperature, Branham said. The Weather Service initially announced a winter storm watch but later Tuesday upgraded to an advisory that will be in effect between 8 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Winds are expected to be gusty — between 10 and 20 mph — with the biggest gusts manifesting in the Mountain Home area. The combination of wind and snow would make for low visibility, Branham said.
Treasure Valley weather is expected to be dry and uneventful though Tuesday, with an overnight low of 22 degrees. The high Wednesday is expected to be 34 degrees.
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Much colder weather is expected on the weekend, with low temperatures in single digits Friday and near zero Saturday.