Bogus Basin could see between 3 and 4 inches on their slopes between Saturday and Monday, according to the National Weather Serviced.
Brundage Mountain already has accumulated about 7 inches from a snowstorm between Thursday and Friday, according to a press release from the ski resort.
“It’s always inspiring to see this much snow fall this early in the season,” said April Whitney, Brundage spokesperson in a statement. “The forecast is calling for highs right around freezing, with more snow expected Sunday night. That has us hopeful that this snowfall will stick around and possibly even become our base for the season.”
Up to 10 inches of snow could fall in the Boise mountain between Saturday and Monday, said Joel Tannenholz, meteorologist for the National Weather Service.
“We do get snow in the mountains starting in November usually,” he said.
Boise won’t likely get snow, but there will be a chance of rain Sunday night. The Magic Valley, on the other hand, could see up to an inch of snow y, on the other hand, could see up to an inch of snow fall by Monday, Tannenholz said.
The Treasure Valley probably won’t see freezing temperatures until Monday. The highs through the weekend will remain in the mid-50s, with the lows staying in the mid-30s. But by Monday the low could dip down to 31 degrees with a high of 45 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.