It's that time of the year again-- the sun is out, the patios are open, and the Treasure Valley is getting ready for Spring. Of course, it isn't all sunshine and roses-- there are some "spring cleaning" steps being taken by Idahoans everywhere right now: pull the weeds, water the lawn, wash the car...

Can we add some extra emphasis to: CLEAN YOUR CAR? After the "storm" last night--we really don't think that the cars on these streets have ever looked any dirtier.

We're lucky here in the Treasure Valley as natural disasters really aren't a thing. Of course, historically, some tornadoes have touched down in Idaho:

Idaho Tornadoes Causing Death or Injury

Information according to Tornado Project.

Last night was far from a tornado--or a storm, really. Some wind and a little rain really made for a mess, though.

The National Weather Service, Boise branch sent out a tweet asking if the public was experiencing the storm:


  Of course, it didn't take long for folks online to chime in:

 

 


In fact, it seemed that this muddy, dusty rain is the only thing that the Boise internet wanted to talk about!

Some of the photos that ended up getting posted really did show just how nasty this "storm" made all of our cars:


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