jhodlof wrote:I wouldn't be surprised if the 3 to 6 inches becomes 3/10 to 6/10 of an inch of snow.
jhodlof wrote:I think it will just be another dud, at least up in Flagstaff.
azbackpackr wrote:I will believe it when I see it.
writelots wrote: What can I say - I live in Tucson for a very good reason.
te-wa wrote:your mother-in-law lives in Phoenix?
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN FLAGSTAFF HAS ISSUED A WINTER
WEATHER ADVISORY FOR SNOW...WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM 8 PM THIS
EVENING TO 8 PM MST SATURDAY.
A SLOW-MOVING PACIFIC STORM SYSTEM WILL MOVE INTO WESTERN ARIZONA
LATER TODAY...AND WILL MOVE ACROSS THE STATE THROUGH SATURDAY.
EXPECT RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS TO DEVELOP THIS EVENING...BECOMING
STEADIER AFTER MIDNIGHT. SNOW LEVELS WILL FALL AS LOW AS 5000 FEET
IN THE HEAVIER SHOWERS...WITH ACCUMULATING SNOW ABOVE 6000 FEET.
AS MUCH AS 3 TO 6 INCHES OF SNOW WILL FALL BY LATE SATURDAY FROM
chumley wrote:Since the temps in the valley hit the low 90s this week, I post this because sometimes we forget that spring weather in Arizona can be quite volatile.
So if you're planning on a weekend outing, please keep an eye on the weather forecast, especially for tomorrow night and Saturday. I've not seen any predictions for total accumulations yet, but currently it seems that there will be accumulating snow above 6000 feet, with snow levels dropping below 5000 feet on Saturday. Yavapai County mountains, Mogollon Rim and White Mtns are favored for the most snow.
There should also be some chilly rain showers in the lower elevations too.
Without any official forecast yet, my guess is we're only looking at a 3-6 inch type of event here, but it is mid-April, so that can catch people unprepared and make for dangerous situations quite quickly.
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