Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Boise Blizzard


State Street near the Statehouse--Putnam photo
Treasure Valley Slammed by last snowstorm of Decade
Boise--The Treasure Valley is digging out from under five inches of snow. The first flakes started falling just after midnight with a steady snow falling through the night. Forecasters say the storm should clear for the Humanitarian Bowl and then pick up again tonight.
Tens of thousand of Vandal football fans are converging on the Bronco Stadium parking lot for the Bowl tailgate that will proceed in the snow right up to game time. Stadium staff started shoveling snow early this morning and the playing surface will be ready at game time.

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