The flurries that hit Boise on and off through the day Wednesday are expected to repeat Thursday, but with more volume, the National Weather Service reports.
However, morning commuters should be spared a repeat of Wednesday's slippery drive, meteorologist Jeanne Allen said: Thursday's snowfall isn't expected to start until noon or later. But it will likely accumulate, with 1 to 2 inches in the Valley during the day and a similar amount overnight, Allen said.
Drivers on Thursday morning still are advised to be cautious, she said, since roadways still wet from Wednesday's snowfall may be glazed with ice in the morning. Temperatures are expected to fall to 23 degrees overnight.
A little less than an inch — 0.8 — fell in Boise Wednesday, Allen said. The day's high was 32 degrees, and temperatures are expected to peak at 33 degrees Thursday, she said.