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BOISE -- While valley foothills were socked in Thursday, Idaho's mountain ranges picked up snow -- and as of 2 p.m. it was still coming down in some spots.

Forecasters say up to 10 inches could fall on Idaho peaks above 9,000 feet. Elevations from 6,500 feet to 9,000 feet should get a coating of 3 to 8 inches.

It's not expected to last long.

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  • Sun Valley's webcams were showing whiteout conditions on Thursday, with snow on the ground in both the valley and on Bald Mountain.
  • Bogus Basin ski area picked up less than two inches of snow Thursday, and much of it melted very quickly.
  • Tamarack's summit cam shows a light dusting in the West Mountains.
  • Brundage got a thick coating earlier this morning, but much of that has melted.
  • Cameras at Sawtooth City and Stanley show what appears to be several inches on the Sawtooth Mountains.

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Bogus Basin

Tamarack

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