If you remember, about a month ago Boise received its first weather alert of the winter season. And it was brutal. Schools were shutting down and having snow days left and right. Accidents from slick roads on almost every corner.

 

Well, we may be looking at another one of those weeks.

 

But first, let’s take a look at the first weather alert we saw in Boise back in December.

 

Boise Weather Alert December 2021

 

And Boise had a crazy winter back in 2017. If you were here, it’s hard to forget! Here are some photos from the “Snowmageddon” we saw that year.

 

Snowmageddon 2017

It was the winter that we'll never forget in the Treasure Valley -- scroll down to see these freezing cold photos

 

Now, let’s take a look at the most recent National Weather Alert we received. With one peek outside, you’d see the dump of snow we received. And with that, came the National Weather Alert for Boise.

 

Here’s what it said:

 

Winter National Weather Advisory in January 2022

 

Winter Weather Advisory 

 

How Long? 

Weather.com says that the national winter weather advisory for Boise will last only till 8 PM MST.

 

Where?

Upper Treasure Valley and Western Magic Valley zones.

 

What to expect

Slippery roads and freezing temperatures 

 

Road conditions can be obtained by calling 5 1 1.

 

But, snow can also be a good thing! There’s tons of fun you can have in the snow. And one of the best? Snow tubing. And Idaho has a lot of them. 

 

Check this TOP 10 snow tubbing hills near you!

TOP 10 snow tubing hills in Idaho

 

And these are the hills rankest shortest to longest:

7 of Idaho's Most Epic Snow Tubing Adventures Ranked Shortest to Longest

If you measure a tubing hill's "epicness" by how long the run is, these are the best of the best in Idaho!

 

Where You Should Avoid Driving in Idaho

Here is where you should avoid driving in hazardous road conditions due to weather in Idaho.

 

Private Hotsprings Pool at SnowSprings Pool House One Hour From Boise Airbnb

This stunning Airbnb Cabin is only about an hour drive from Boise. Get quite a staycation, complete with private hotsprings and unbelievable views. The rock work and massive wooden columns are quite impressive.

 

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