NAMPA, Idaho (AP) — For the third time in a week, drivers are facing hazardous conditions in southwestern Idaho.

Idaho state police say they responded to scores of minor accidents and slideoffs as snow and ice covered roadways. No serious injuries have been reported.

Boise meteorologist Jeanne Allen says the area is being hit with a series of storms that are bringing snow and wind. Temperatures are expected to stay between the high 20s and upper 30s for much of the week.

In eastern Oregon, officials closed Interstate 84 because of multiple crashes and icy conditions between Baker City and the Idaho border on Saturday. The roadway reopened Sunday morning.