A Storm Has Brought Snow And Record Low Temperatures To Idaho

It seems like autumn just started, but some regions of Idaho are currently experiencing an early taste of winter thanks to a snowstorm that recently hit the Gem State. Parts of eastern and central Idaho received several inches of snow throughout Wednesday and they continue to experience after-effects of the storm which started earlier this week. Currently, record low temperatures are being observed throughout the state and Idahoans are bracing themselves for a chilly start to the weekend. Keep reading to learn all about this snow storm’s impact on the state and what we can expect next.

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Has your region of Idaho been affected by this week’s snowstorm? Let us know in the comments. For a deeper look at this winter’s predicted weather, check out this article about The Farmers Almanac Predictions For Idaho’s Winter 2020.