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Boise dropped to -6 overnight. Was that a record?

Nope, the overnight low in Boise was not a record — just wicked cold. The record is -19, and that was set in 1972, according to the National Weather Service. Be prepared for another sub-zero night, as temperatures are expected

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Weather Service: It’s likely to be a hazy Thanksgiving in Boise

Inversion conditions are trapping cold air and pollutants in the Treasure Valley, and the National Weather Service says that’s not likely change anytime soon. That’s what is causing the haze over the Valley Sunday. Warm air aloft from the West

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Bundle up, Boise! Highs Monday in the low-40s, possible snow

Boise received its first snowfall of the season, and it was light enough that you might have missed it if you slept in Sunday morning (link to photos, tweets about snow). A trace of snow was recorded at the Boise

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Cold front may bring rain to Boise area Sunday, Monday

A cold front from the north may bring snow to the peaks of Bogus Basin tonight or Monday, but the Treasure Valley will only see rain, according to the National Weather Service. There’s a 30 percent chance of rain in

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Balmy Sunday in Boise, and Monday looks nice too

Forecasters said Sunday would be warm, and it was a clear, sunny  77-degree day in Boise. The high Monday is expected to reach 70, but temperatures will cool down again Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service. A system from

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Winter/spring tug of war continues

It’s an interesting time of year, and this weekend reflected it. Hikers and bikers flocked to the Foothills and Ridge to Rivers gave a green light for almost all the trails in the lower Foothills are snow-free and dry. But

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