Let it snow, Boise! Just as the city woke up this morning, snow flakes had already began falling and everyone--we mean everyone-- had an opinion on the matter. No matter how you may have felt about it, it's clear that winter is saying hello a little early this year, yet right on time: December 1st.

We asked you this morning to show us what you woke up to outside of your place and your photos did not disappoint!

Here's a look at some of the photos that residents right here in the Treasure Valley shared with us this morning!

We Asked, You Showed Us: Boise's First 2023 Snowfall

Whether you love the snow or not--it's now in town! Check out these photos shared with us, by you!

Gallery Credit: Credit: Mateo, 103.5 KISS FM

What did your front lawn look like? 

Going into this weekend, residents can expect even more snow! It's funny how this works and really, there's no rhyme or reason to any of the weather surprises that we see here in the Boise area. Earlier this year, the infamous 'Farmers Almanac' had predicted a 'milder that usual' winter and while that may still be true, something in our guts is saying that we're in for a white, white winter.


Drive safe out there and enjoy this snow!

Boise's First Snowfall Date Over the Past Decade

Stats based on data from the National Weather Service. In order to be considered the date of the first snowfall, Boise needed to receive at least .1" of snow.

Gallery Credit: Michelle Heart

First Snowfall Dates for Major Idaho Cities

We've already told you the average first snow in Boise happens around November 22, but what about some other major cities? These stats are based on data from the National Weather Service. In order to be considered the date of the first snowfall, a city needed to receive at least .1" of snow.

Gallery Credit: Michelle Heart

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