Boise could see scattered snow showers off and on through Christmas, according to the National Weather Service.
Overnight Wednesday Boise saw less than an inch of snow accumulate, and snow could fall off and on across the Treasure Valley throughout the day. Roads are slick for morning commuters, according to Kori Anderson, meteorologist with the National Weather Service.
The heaviest snow will be in the higher elevations.
“Most of the snow is going to be in the mountains now,” Anderson said.
Temperatures will warm up a bit Wednesday, getting up to 37 degrees, he said.
Hazardous weather conditions shut down Interstate 84 between the Interstate/I-84 Junction to the Utah state line 6 a.m. Wednesday, according to the Idaho Transportation Department. ITD closed the roadway due to low visibility from drifting snow. They will divert traffic to I-86 to Pocatello and then Interstate 15 on to Utah, according to ITD.
Snow is expected to fall Christmas Eve in the Treasure Valley during the afternoon, Anderson said. Then the Treasure Valley will dry out and start to get colder through the weekend, Anderson said.
Thursday will see a high of 36 degrees with a low predicted to be around 28 degrees. Christmas Day will bring a high in the high 20s with a low around 12 degrees. The weekend will see lows in the single-digits and highs in the low 20s, according to the National Weather Service.