After a frigid and snowy week, the KTVB Idaho Weather Watchers Facebook group has been overflowing with incredible photos of snow and wintry conditions across the state of Idaho.
Wind gusts on Jan. 15 apparently created rolling ice shards on Lake Lowell in the Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge in Nampa, according to new Idaho Weather Watchers member Jean Reed. (See the video above.)
"My husband works there and says they had peak winds over 22 mph today that created some pretty good sized waves pushing the ice on shore," Reed wrote, nothing to make sure to turn the sound up in the above video.
Further north in Idaho, Helen Brown shared a photo of someone apparently digging out a pickup truck that is completely buried in snow.
"Brother Found his pickup," Brown wrote. "This is just out of McCall"
Another photo from Leslie Ann Brown Stankiewicz in Bonners Ferrry shows a roof that is so covered in snow it's blocking the upstairs window.
"A crew is coming out to get all this off our roof. You can't see out the upstairs windows on both sides of the house," she wrote
While many were inundated with snow, Idaho Weather Watchers members also shared heartwarming photos of pets and animals.
Mac Combs snapped some photos of the happiest pup in the snow in McCall.
Bea Glass shared a photo of three pups enjoying the snow.
Cheryl Danley shared a video of a hungry squirrel in West Boise in the snow.
And we've continued to get tons of submissions of the signature Idaho Weather Watchers submissions - sunset and sunrise photos.
Join our Idaho Weather Watchers Facebook group to share your images with us, or you can tag Instagram images as #7Winter.