BOISE -- The first significant snowfall of 2014 in the Boise area is making for a tough morning commute.
Only a few inches of snow fell throughout the Treasure Valley Wednesday morning, but a freezing rain mix contributed to the problems faced by area drivers.
More than a dozen slide-offs and small accidents have been reported throughout the Treasure Valley as of 6:30 a.m.
At least one injury crash was reported near the Flying Wye and Franklin Road ramp around 7 a.m.
Idaho State Police report slick conditions on I-84 from the Garrity Boulevard area in Nampa through Boise.
Compass Charter School in Meridian is the only school reporting a two-hour delay, as of 6:30 a.m.
Motorists should take extra time this morning, clear windows and headlights from snow, and drive defensively.
Freeways speeds were only about 45 mph through much of the early morning.