The phones at KTVB started ringing as our viewers called in warnings... bad weather in the form of rain, hail, wind, and thunder -- making way through the Treasure Valley.
The storm may have passed through quickly, but the sudden weather prompted our First Person photographers to get our their cameras and cell phones, to capture the storm as it swept across southern Idaho.
You can see in the picture below, sent to us by "kuidrach" via First Person on KTVB.COM, the wind was strong enough to pull a road sign from the ground, and knock over a fence.
Check out the video below, which was shot in southeast Boise. It shows the amount of rain and hail that was dumped in the neighborhood by the storm.
First Person photographer Logan Cunningham took the next picture at Rocky Mountain High School, where he says the brand new baseball score board was destroyed by the wind.
Did you capture photos or video from the storm? Please show us! Log onto KTVB.COM's First Person section to send them our way.