Temperatures are expected to drop below freezing Thursday, once more turning many of the region's wet surfaces to ice. Forecasters say sub-freezing temperatures will continue to grip the region into the weekend.
An urban and small stream flood advisory has been posted for northern Ada County and northeastern Canyon County, adding that flooding could hit some areas of Boise, Meridian, Nampa, Caldwell, Eagle, Kuna, Garden City, Star, Middleton and Hidden Springs
Another cold front was expected to grip the Treasure Valley Friday night, triggering an overnight low of 2 degrees and a Saturday high of only 17 degrees. More snow is in the forecast for Monday night.
Originally, the plan was to end night skiing on Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays to help the resort save money. High visitor numbers and great snow conditions have allowed Bogus to keep the chairlifts running seven nights per week for the foreseeable future.
Idaho Power reported Monday morning the power had been restored to most of the homes, as crews worked to isolate and fix the problem while walking through knee-deep snow. Crews needed to deploy snowmobiles, a snowcat and even a helicopter to reach the damaged power lines.