The Weiser River peaked at 12 feet deep early Friday, Feb. 10, 2017, about 2 1/2 feet above flood stage. Here's a look at it late Friday morning, when it sat about 1/4th-foot below flood stage (as measured as a gauge upriver).
Swollen Weiser River flows under U.S. 95 bridge
Frostbite and how to prevent it
Watch an inversion roll in over the Treasure Valley
Snow flurries fall at Tamarack Ski Resort on Friday morning
Expect wet weather through the weekend, Boise
Will we have another brutal winter, or manage to avoid the snow and ice?
Watch clouds cover Tamarack Resort in a dusting of snow
Winter is a little early in these Idaho mountain towns
Firefighting from the skies: California National Guard shows aerial view of wildfires
Here's where the Northern Lights will be visible this week
We're seeing less smoke in Boise -- here's where it's coming from
What's in the forecast for Wednesday? More smoky skies.
How prepared or unprepared are you for an earthquake?
Cold weather is here, and so are inversions. The National Weather Service's Boise branch captured a timelapse of clouds rolling in over the Treasure Valley Dec.6 and socking in chilly air, as seen from Bogus Basin.
Here is a simulation of ground motion after a magnitude 8 earthquake on the San Andreas fault, showing ground shaking throughout southern California for more than 75 seconds after the rupture begins near Parkfield. San Diego Supercomputer Center researchers led the development of the simulation.
The National Weather Service in Boise reports the hazy horizon and moderate air quality in the Treasure Valley are expected to stick around "for the foreseeable future" while fires burn in central Oregon and elsewhere.