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They mention BM! Maybe Kayenta will get some spill over? Either way, the next storm might be a decent precipitater.RAIN AND SNOW TODAY...THE BEST DYNAMICS AND LIFT...AND SATURATION
WILL BE OVER PORTIONS OF THE KAIBAB PLATEAU AND BLACK MESA. THE
KAIBAB PLATEAU IS FORECAST TO SEE THE HEAVIEST PRECIPITATION LATER
ON TODAY...AND FOR THAT REASON A SNOW ADVISORY WAS ISSUED ABOVE 5500
FEET. SNOW LEVELS ARE FORECAST TO START AT AROUND 6500 TO 7000 FEET
AND LOWER TO AROUND 5500 FEET BY THIS EVENING.
ANOTHER STRONGER...COLDER...AND BETTER SATURATED STORM SYSTEM IS DUE
FOR LATE MONDAY INTO TUESDAY. THIS SYSTEM HAS A BETTER POTENTIAL FOR
PRODUCING HEAVIER SNOWFALL AMOUNTS...AND AFFECTING TRAVEL.
Good, maybe some areas that need snow and rain will get it. We had some pretty good rain out here yesterday, and some decent snow, too. It was really welcome, as it stopped the blowing dust. The wind was so bad, it was blowing dust into the ER yesterday. Then, the rain started blowing into the vestibule, and we had mud. Good times. B.M. and Skeleton Mesa have nice coatings of fresh snow on them.MONDAY AND MONDAY NIGHT...ANOTHER DEEPER AND COLDER STORM SYSTEM
WILL MOVE ACROSS THE REGION. THIS STORM SYSTEM WILL BE STRONGER
PRODUCING MORE LIFT...BETTER INSTABILITY...AND MORE MOISTURE LEADING
TO HIGHER SNOWFALL AMOUNTS THEN THIS PAST WEEKEND WEATHER SYSTEM.
THIS SYSTEM WILL BE FAIRLY PROGRESSIVE WITH A 6 TO 12 HOUR PERIOD OF
RAIN AND SNOW. THIS IS A GOOD SETUP FOR WIDESPREAD SNOW
ADVISORIES...SO STAY TUNED. TUESDAY INTO WEDNESDAY...NORTHERN
ARIZONA WILL BE ON THE BACKSIDE OF THE DEPARTING STORM SYSTEM...AS A
RESULT BREEZY NORTHEAST WINDS CAN BE EXPECTED WITH FAIRLY COOL TO