A series of intense snow storms moving across southwest and central Idaho, to the delight of snow-enthusiasts across the region.

Since Monday morning, Brundage Mountain has received about 15 inches of snow, and Bogus Basin has received more than 8 inches since Saturday, with powder still stacking up.

"Today's skiers and riders got to experience what's known as 'free refills,' with tracks filling in so quickly, it seems like they were never there," Brundage spokesperson April Whitney said in an interview with KTVB.

For now, KTVB weather reports that rain and snow showers have left the valley until Saturday, with clouds clearing Wednesday into Thursday.

Our next round of weather is expected to arrive overnight Thursday into Friday mornig, and it could be a wintry mix but no accumulation is expected.

So, as the kids say, we'll see you out there!