Boise residents were doused with rain Sunday, but may see some reprieve from wet weather after a cold front dries out the area, according to the National Weather Service.
But, below-freezing temperatures could mean icy roads for commuters Monday and Tuesday morning, said Dave Groenert, meteorologist for the National Weather Service.
“Any (roads) untreated, just because they’re wet, could become icy,” Groenert said.
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But the wet system that pushed through the valley over the weekend may be the last bit of rain Boise sees until Wednesday, he said.
“After this, it's going to dry out in the valley. It's going to be cold,” he said.
The high Monday is predicted to be 38 degrees with a low of 23 degrees. Tuesday could be colder with a high of 34 degrees and a low of 21 degrees.
Bogus Basin welcomed fresh snow over the weekend. The ski resort opened all of its lifts full time Sunday. They have seen 58 inches of snow this season, and the base is at 34 inches, as of Sunday night.