Here in the Treasure Valley, it seems that we're used to it all. Perhaps you'll recall the great earthquake that hit town in 2020--amidst the global pandemic? Or the snow that invaded the city last MAY that we hope not to see this year!? So often here in the Treasure Valley, we're able to experience all four seasons in one day which is more than most places can say for an entire year!

Just this past weekend, some rain and a temperature fluctuation brought about a peculiar weather pattern. The highlight of it all? A rainbow!

What made this one so special? It was big, bright, DOUBLE, and the thing appeared to end right in our own Boise foothills.

Here's a look at the crazy rainbow that had the City of Boise and frankly, the entire Treasure Valley, talking this weekend!

Iconic Idaho Rainbow Ends in Boise Foothills

It isn't often that you get to see the END of a rainbow.

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Did you get a chance to see this big colorful beauty in the sky!?

No reports of any discovered gold have surfaced just yet--but we have to assume that someone found the treasure at the end of this thing, right? Traffic stopped down all across Southeast Boise so that folks could capture photos from the road and it was a sight we won't forget anytime soon!

It wasn't long ago that a massive storm followed by some amazing rainbows crashed the Treasure Valley! Check out a look back at these images that were submitted by our friends online!

Storm Clouds & Rainbows Invade Boise During Storm

Thanks to so many in the community that either submitted photos or allowed us to use their photos for this storm recap! Take a look!

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A Look at Boise's Crazy Rain & Lightning Storm

It didn't matter where you were in the Treasure Valley--this crazy storm hit your neighborhood. Here are some of our favorite user-submitted photos!

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Stunning Images From Boise Lightning Storm Captured by Drone

When a lightning storm strikes Boise--your first instinct may not be to send up a drone. This Boise resident did, however--and we're so thankful!

Gallery Credit: Credit: Mateo, 103.5 KISS FM

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