Highway 55 near McCall was back open to two lanes Sunday but law enforcement is keeping a close eye on the weather. A solid week of heavy rain flooded miles of farmland in Boise and Valley counties, spilling onto the roadway and forcing authorities to close down stretches of the north-south thoroughfare.
Meanwhile, sandbags remain in place along streets and outside of homes and businesses in the Adams County community of New Meadows.
The National Weather Service has posted a hazardous weather outlook for southwest and west-central Idaho. Winter driving conditions have been reported near mountains and foothills above 3,000 feet.
In the Treasure Valley, more than one-third of an inch of rain fell Saturday and all eyes are on the Boise River, which was running a 8.13 feet Sunday morning. Flood stage is 10 feet.