Driving on Idaho roads right now is quite scary, and so is our ranking. We all know how scary it can be to drive on the roads in Boise - Especially I-84. And a recent report really proved that.
Driving in the Winter in Idaho
Well, before we get into what Idaho was ranked, let’s talk about where you should avoid driving this winter in Idaho. And, why it’s so rough.
Where You Should Avoid Driving in Idaho
Here is where you should avoid driving in hazardous road conditions due to weather in Idaho.
Winter in Idaho
If you are new to Idaho, you might be wondering what all the fuss is about. It’s hard to imagine (if you have lived in Idaho in the summer) that it could snow that much in Idaho. Or how bad the roads could actually be. But, this was Idaho just a few years ago.
It was the winter that we'll never forget in the Treasure Valley -- scroll down to see these freezing cold photos
So what did Idaho rank?
Well, according to this article from SafeWise, Idaho ranked FOURTH most dangerous state for driving in the snow.
So, we urge you to please be safe and as prepared for the road conditions as possible!
5 Winter Laws, Rules and Etiquette That Everyone in Boise Needs to Know
When the temperatures drop and snow starts to fall, these are things that everyone living in Boise should know.
15 Incredible Things That Must Be On Your Idaho Winter Bucket List
From an Elsa inspired ice castle to sipping hot cocoa as you cruise around one of Idaho's most gorgeous lakes, there's no shortage of fun things to do in Idaho this winter!
15 Wacky Winter Weather Facts To Help You Survive the Season in Boise
For many of us Snowmageddon 2016-2017 is a not so distant memory. Some people really miss seeing that much white stuff in Boise. Others dread the possibility of it happening again. How common is it? We dug into some historical weather data
from the National Weather Service to see just how extreme it was compared to some of the other winter extremes Boise's experienced.
15 Signs Boise Could Be in For a Harsh, Unforgiving Winter
According to the Farmer's Almanac, these are some mostly non-weather signs that Boise could be in for a harsh winter. Have you noticed any of them happening?