BOISE and NAMPA, Idaho. According to the Idaho Statesman, the mayor of Boise recently declared a state of emergency as a result of the recent snowfall in the region. This week, the Boise area received record snowfalls, with the National Weather Service’s office at the Boise airport recording 15 inches of snow. The snowfall has been so extreme that in one case, a carport collapsed. In addition to the dangers to buildings, snow poses a unique road hazard to drivers. Right now drivers need to contend with the snow, but as warmer temperatures arise, the snow could lead to flooding issues. What does this mean for drivers? Treacherous roads, increased risk of car accidents, and more reasons to plan ahead or stay at home over the weekend. In fact, many drivers have opted to stay home from work to avoid driving on potentially dangerous roads.
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