By 10 p.m. Wednesday, only about 72 customers were still without power in the Boise area after a series of thunderstorms.
At the storm’s peak, about 3,600 customers lost power, but most had it restored within an hour.
The National Weather Service’s forecast for continued thunderstorms across the Treasure Valley also created concerns about wildfires being igniting by lightning.
A red flag warning, which is issued when critical fire weather conditions occur, stretches across Boise and is expected to stay in effect until midnight Thursday.
Thunderstorms were expected throughout Wednesday, with winds reaching more than 55 mph and at least .5 inches of rain.
The weather service reported that severe thunderstorm warnings were put in place in Boise and Garden City and the Boise Airport reported a 67 mph wind gust on Wednesday.