The snowy and hazardous conditions are causing business closures around the Magic Valley. The snow does not appear to be going anywhere any time soon with more inches in the forecast the next few days. Due to the inclement weather today, December 27th, several businesses around the Magic Valley have shut down.

Just a friendly reminder that area police officers have asked people to stay home if they can because they are busy with slide offs and accidents.

All five of the South Central Public Health District Offices have announced they are closed today due to emergency weather conditions.

The garbage for the city has been canceled for the day. Hopefully it will resume tomorrow.

I cannot confirm but there is no answer at Pomerelle Ski Resort. I believe they are closed. I will update when I can confirm or deny.

Magic Mountain Ski Resort has shut down today due to hazardous driving conditions.

Soldier Mountain is closed today

Flights out of Twin Falls to Salt Lake City have been rerouted back to Twin Falls or canceled

Fashion 15 and Below is shut down

The Barbershop at Gehrig Dale and Co is shut down

Maxies Pizza (changed to Monterey Jacks) in Kimberly is closed

Hunt Bros Auction House has closed

Addison Collision

Valley House

River View Surgery Center

Twin Falls Storage

Boys and Girls Club

Twin Falls Senior Center

Guppies Hotrod Grille in Kimberly will be closed Tuesday as well.

There will be updates on road closures throughout the day as well. If you can stay home, please do so. You can check road status at 511.idaho.gov

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