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Snow continues through Thanksgiving Day

The off and on again snow showers are continuing through Thanksgiving day and then hitting us again on Friday.

Several areas around the region received snowfall amounts exceeding a
foot; with several areas also receiving next to nothing or indeed
nothing! This morning, several area roadways and highways indicate
snowy, slushy or icy conditions particularly across the Central
Mountains Highways, Highway 20, I-15 toward Dubois, and Highway
26 toward the Palisades. As additional snow accumulations and
continued poor conditions are expected through the day today, we
have extended the Winter Storm Warning in these areas until 5 pm. All
of the main roadways leading east and south, including most
summits/passes are seeing poor weather conditions as well,
however, improvement to the snowfall intensities are expected mid
to late morning, the Winter Storm Warnings will expire on time in these areas this morning. The remainder of the
advisories in effect .

Thanksgiving: Cloudy with a 50 percent chance of snow, a high into the mid 30's. New snow accumulation of less than a half inch possible. Thursday night, scattered snow showers with lows into the lower 20's.

Friday: Snow likely with highs into the mid to lower 30's. New snow accumulation of 1 to 3 inches possible.

  • WHAT…Snow expected. Total additional snow accumulations of 1
    to 2 inches. Accumulating snow will fall outside of the
    interstate corridor of Burley to Pocatello to Idaho Falls.
  • WHERE…Northern parts of the eastern Magic Valley and Snake
    River Plain, and the Albion Mountains and nearby southern hills.
  • WHEN…Until 5 AM MST Thursday.
  • ADDITIONAL DETAILS…Slippery road conditions are possible.
    Areas of blowing snow could significantly reduce visibility.
    Roads likely to freeze after sunset.


Linda Larsen

Linda Larsen

Linda is an anchor and reporter for Local News 8 and KIDK Eyewitness News 3.


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