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A cold, wet weather system is moving
into our state that will likely remain into the new year.  Forecasters say the storm is likely to dump a
heavy amount of snow in the high country, and may even bring some light snow to
the deserts.  “Most areas above 5000 feet
are looking at 5 to 8 inches”

says Dave Vonderhide with the National Weather
Service in Flagstaff, where he says up to ten inches of snow could fall, while
more than a foot of snow could fall along the Mogollen Rim.  Rain is likely in the deserts, but a few
areas like Carefree, Cave Creek and Wickenburg could see some light snowfall as
well.  Along with the moisture will come
another drop to below normal temperatures.

 
–Jeff Scott

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