BY: SIERRA OSHRIN - WEATHER ANCHOR
LAST UPDATED: Saturday, January 21, 2017, 6:00 p.m.
Snow, rain and ice are expected to impact the Treasure Valley Sunday.
A batch of low pressure has already began moving in, bringing snow and light showers to the region Saturday. Sunday, the system will hit the strongest, bringing snow in the morning, then changing to rain early afternoon because temperatures are expected to warm into the 40's.
The National Weather Service (NWS) says we could see snow from 5 a.m. To 10 a.m., then it will switch to moderately heavy rain throughout the afternoon. The upper Treasure Valley will likely see the rain change back to snow around 11 p.m. Sunday and will continue through the night.
Models are showing accumulations between one and two inches for the upper Treasure Valley before turning to rain. McCall will get most of the snow, generating upwards of six inches. Sun Valley and Stanley are expected to accumulate between two and six inches with Sunday's storm system.
The snow will continue Monday and possibly into Tuesday, but then drier conditions are forecasted for the rest of the week. Cold air moving in from the Alaskan Gulf Coast will drop temperatures back into the 20's from Tuesday through next Friday.
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