BOISE, Idaho (KBOI) -- Finding your lane seemed to be the only problem out there on the roads Friday night.
Snow started falling around 6 p.m. and didn't let up most of night for a lot of drivers on the road trying to find their lanes.
Idaho State Police says it didn't have any major crashes but they were swamped with several slide offs all night long throughout the city. ISP worked one truck that slid into another car on Interstate 84. They also responded to truck hit that knocked the camper off its bed.
Traffic was still moving with the normal traffic out late. Ice crews kept ahead of the slick highways but it was still hard for drivers to find their lane.
"Switching lanes it's kind of rough," said Joseph Benafild, a local driver. "You have to pay attention to what you're doing and everybody's sliding around at stop lights and on the highways. Pretty bad right now."