Google it. Watch your local weather forecast. Pop open your go-to weather app on your phone. They're all saying the same thing:

Boise is in for one hell of a winter this year.

According to Farmer's Almanac, Idaho will be experiencing an "unusually snowy and wet winter" in the 2023-2024 season. No matter where you get your weather information, this is the story you're going to run into over and over again.

Question is, why is it going to be so damn cold and miserable in the City of Trees this winter?

Some experts believe the answer is global warming. Which, yes it does increase the temperature of our planet, can also result in weird weather events, such as a cold snap. Others believe it's just "Earth doing her thing," and that Boise experiencing a snowy winter isn't anything out of the ordinary.

Here's what we think: It's alients.

How else can you explain the near-triple-digit weather for Boise Music Festival this summer, then a pretty much colder-than-ever winter this winter? Do you really think it's just some typical weather event? We're not buying it.

The aliens clearly want to make Earth their new go-to spot, and what better way to get people to leave than by freezing them out? It's an evil, but effective strategy for lifeforms not of this Earth.

Either way, it's going to be really cold this year in Boise. Bring a hat.

If this is your first winter here in Boise, perhaps you moved here from the West Coast. If that's the case, we believe there are a few things you should know about moving to the Capitol of Idaho:

Californians: What To Know When Moving To Boise

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