Winter Storm Causes Crashes, Cancellations

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Winter Storm Causes Crashes, Cancellations

Winter is out in full force in Flagstaff as the week got off to very windy and snowy start.

Wind speeds as high as 59 mph hit the Flagstaff area Monday afternoon, whipping up snowy gusts and reducing visibility to a mere quarter of a mile. These weather conditions made for a difficult commute home, and as the storm continued, delays and cancellations soon followed. Several crashes were also reported with the low visibility and slippery conditions.

Luckily, a sunny weekend is ahead following snow and 26 degrees on Friday.

For more information and updates on Flagstaff weather, please visit the official website of the National Weather Service. 

 

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