Brundage gets 4 inches of snow, cool weather sticks around

Brundage gets 4 inches of snow, cool weather sticks around

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The Bluebird Cam at Brundage Mountain shows 4 inches of snow that fell early Wednesday.

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by KTVB.COM

KTVB.COM

Posted on May 22, 2013 at 2:46 PM

BOISE -- Temperatures are expected to drop throughout southwest Idaho Wednesday night and into Thursday morning.

KTVB Chief Meteorologist Rick Lantz says Idaho's central mountains could see a dusting of snow while the Treasure Valley could see areas of frost.

Boise's estimated low temperature is 38 degrees.

LOW TEMPS AND SNOW

Brundage Resort near McCall picked up four inches of snow early Wednesday. The resort's base area is at roughly 6,000 ft.

Communications Director April Russell said the snow started falling just after 9:30 a.m.

"And by 1 p.m., we'd had 4 inches accumulate in the base area," Russell said. 

"Snowfall in May is not unusual at Brundage, but considering our low totals and early spring thaw this year, it does come as a surprise," she added.

The low temperature in McCall, Idaho is estimated at 24 degrees overnight into Thursday.

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