After all of yesterday's snow followed by freezing rain and then rain overnight, odds are you've been seeing a lot of puddles, particularly on the roads, in the Treasure Valley.  Luckily, even though today's high is expected to only be a mere 37, we're at least going to stay above freezing. That is, until nightfall when the overnight low could hit 24.

Lead meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Boise Bill Wojcik says, "we're not going to see much more precip, but whatever doesn't melt or dry up overnight is going to freeze onto the roads."

Oh and just in case you thought we might be done with the snow...........not so fast. It looks like we're supposed to get another helping of it Friday evening.  "But it doesn't look like a lot of snow,” Wojcik says. He anticipates less than an inch falling " most likely after the rush hour."

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