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First Significant Snowfall Of Season

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By KMVT News

Southern Idaho (KMVT-TV) Most of the Magic Valley is blanketed in white as a storm system passes to our south. 

The Twin Falls area has seen between 1-2 inches of accumulation thus far with around 3 more inches possible through tomorrow. The Highlands can expect slightly more with the South Hills and Jackpot areas seeing upwards of 8 inches of total accumulation through Thursday.

Road conditions are snowy and slippery due to packed snow in the Magic Valley and the Idaho Department of Transportation is reporting difficult driving heading into the Treasure Valley as well. 

To stay up to date on current road conditions click on this link 511.idaho.gov

The KMVT Weather team is expecting more snow to continue with a heavy band setting up across the viewing area this afternoon. 

Twin Falls, Cassia, Jerome Gooding, Lincoln, Minidoka and Southern Blaine Counties remain under a winter weather advisory through 5 pm this evening. Northern Nevada remains under a Winter Storm Warning through tomorrow afternoon. 

Into tomorrow morning the wind will pick up which will create areas of blowing and drifting snow.

Be sure to watch KMVT and FOX 14 at noon, 5, 6, 9 and 10 for the most up to date weather information.

 



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