Winter Storm Watch Issued For Northern Arizona

Winter Storm Watch Issued For Northern Arizona
Northern Arizona folks are in for a wintery start to their week.
A winter storm watch has been issued for the northern part of the state beginning Sunday night.
Officials with the National Weather Service are forecasting moderate snow and high winds that could create blizzard conditions.
Snow levels will drop Monday as low as between 4000 and 5000 feet. The most recent updates forecast three to five inches of snow in Flagstaff and Alpine. Show Low and Williams may see one to three inches, as will the North Rim of Grand Canyon.
For updates, please visit the official National Weather Service website.

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