Quick Answer: How much snow did Mountain Home Idaho get?

Mountain Home, Idaho United States
Rainfall 12.0 in. 38.1 in.
Snowfall 14.7 in. 27.8 in.
Precipitation 70.7 days 106.2 days
Sunny 210 days 205 days

What are the winters like in Mountain Home Idaho?

In Mountain Home, the summers are short, hot, arid, and mostly clear and the winters are freezing, dry, and partly cloudy. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 22°F to 94°F and is rarely below 8°F or above 101°F.

Is it always windy in Mountain Home Idaho?

Wind in Mountain Home is usually moderate. The windiest month is April, followed by March and May.

What was the high temperature in Mountain Home Idaho today?

High around 85F. SE winds shifting to W at 10 to 15 mph.

What is it like to live in Mountain Home Idaho?

Mountain Home is a small town where everybody knows you. Its very welcoming and friendly. The town is very safe and family friendly with plenty of family activities and places to eat. It is also a short drive from two major cities.

How much snow does Soda Springs Idaho get?

Soda Springs averages 72 inches of snow per year.

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Does Mountain Home get snow?

The US average is 205 sunny days. Mountain Home gets some kind of precipitation, on average, 71 days per year.

Climate Averages.

Mountain Home, Idaho United States
Rainfall 12.0 in. 38.1 in.
Snowfall 14.7 in. 27.8 in.
Precipitation 70.7 days 106.2 days
Sunny 210 days 205 days

What is the annual snowfall in Boise Idaho?

The US average is 28 inches of snow per year.

Climate Averages.

Boise, Idaho United States
Snowfall 17.5 in. 27.8 in.
Precipitation 87.0 days 106.2 days
Sunny 206 days 205 days
Avg. July High 91.6° 85.8°

What city in Idaho has the least snow?

Towns and Cities with least amount of snow in Idaho

City, State least amount of snow
Twin Falls, Idaho 12
Boise City, Idaho 19
Meridian, Idaho 19
Coeur d’Alene, Idaho 29

Is there anywhere in Idaho that doesn’t snow?

There really is no place in Idaho that doesn’t get snow. It is a matter of amount. My unscientific, but somewhat certain the answer is Lewiston, tucked up against the WA border between Spokane and Boise, (however closer to Spokane) at the confluence of the Snake and Clearwater Rivers.

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