A series of systems out of the west are going to keep things wet in Boise over the next week or so, according to the National Weather Service.
The drizzle began Sunday afternoon, and it rained off and on overnight. About one-tenth of an inch fell from 5 a.m. Sunday to 5 a.m. Monday at the Boise Airport, the Weather Service reported.
Monday will be cloudy but there should be some clearing by the afternoon.
“As the day goes on, it will get a little brighter,” meteorologist Steve Parker said.
Another system will come in Tuesday, likely bringing more rain. There will be clearing on Wednesday, and it should be warm and dry until Friday. But another system is epxected to bring showers on the weekend.
The good news is that Bogus Basin will get new powder.
“Bogus should keep getting snow — every two days they should get a bit of fresh snow,” Parker said.
Bogus’ season total is 113 inches of snow. The current base depth is 60 inches, and the ski area has received 5 inches in the past 48 hours.
Highs in Boise this week will be in the low 40s. By Friday, temperatures could reach 45 — about 8 degrees above the normal at this time of year. Overnight and morning temperatures will be in the low 30s.
Temperatures could dip low enough Wednesday morning that we’ll see some snow flurries.