Snow is coming to southern Idaho, lots of it. The National Weather Service says a “significant snowfall event” will start Thursday night and last through Saturday.
The snow comes from a combination of moisture from the Pacific and an upper level low pressure system from Alaska. It will bring prolonged snowfall, which could mean substantial snow totals in the mountains. NWS has issued a Winter Weather Advisory from the Oregon border East to Twin Falls, Idaho.
Here are the latest projected snow totals from the National Weather Service: