Running out of the house to get the mail is an adventure this time of year. It's so hot right now that our bare feet on sidewalks will make us do that quick tip-toe dance that kind of looks like we're trying to sneak up on someone, and also looks a little like Elaine's Seinfeld dance. This just in -- hot concrete hurts the dog's feet too!
The experts say there's something we can do one hour after major sun exposure that will keep a horrible sunburn appearing. This may come in handy this week with all of the high temperatures Boise has been seeing.
With frigid temps across the Treasure Valley, some people are choosing to warm up their vehicles before they have to jump in and head to work. Let's be honest, going from the warm house to your toasty car is much more appealing than shivering until you hit the highway...
It's hot. But the good news is, Boise didn't make the list of the hottest cities in the US, with more than 150 days each year above 90. Ouch! See who did, and what Boise's average summer temp should be.