Winds got up to about 36 mph in Boise Saturday, and Sunday could bring much of the same along with showers and thunderstorms, according to the National Weather Service.
Lightning caused at least one outage that affected about 1,700 Idaho Power customers in the Boise and Meridian area, according to Idaho Power.
People living along Chinden Boulevard, Ustick, Locust Grove and Linder roads lost power after lightning struck a sub station, according to Idaho Power.
Sunday will also see a chance of showers, thunderstorms and winds, said meteorologist Dave Decker.
Brief heavy downpours accompanied by lightning could hit Boise in the morning and late afternoon. But, the showers won’t accumulate the way they did on Wednesday. The storms will probably bring only up to a quarter inch of rain Sunday, Decker said.
“They're moving faster than the other cells from the past few days,” he said.
Sunday will see a high of 82 and a low of 61, according to the National Weather Service.
Monday will see a decreased chance of precipitation, but temperatures will remain in the low 80s, Decker said.