A heavy, fall snow storm will be passing over the Northern Rockies and Plains in the next few days, and the National Weather Service is warning that some regions may experience blizzard conditions and potentially historic October snowfall, likely causing travel disruptions, power outages and impacts to cattle and agriculture throughout the region.
Visitors have a couple more weeks to take advantage of full services at the Grand Canyon’s North Rim.
Temperatures dipped across the Rocky Mountains of Montana on Monday, causing the governor to declare an emergency and call it an “unprecedented winter storm.”
A harsh winter is coming, according to the 2020 Farmers' Almanac.
A funnel cloud has been spotted over the Valley as rain and snow are expected to hit Arizona through Wednesday. A winter storm watch has been issued for areas in the White Mountains above 7,500 feet starting Monday afternoon.
Last week's wet weather means some trails in North Scottsdale are too wet and muddy to use. FOX 10's Danielle Miller reports.
With unprecedented amounts of snowfall hitting all across Northern Arizona, some parts of the Valley saw rain and even hail on Thursday. FOX 10's Jennifer Auh and Marc Martinez report, in team coverage.
As a big winter storm heads for parts of Northern Arizona, people rushed to the grocery stores before they get snowed in. FOX 10's Anita Roman reports.
There's more snow in the forecast, which means Valley residents will use the long holiday weekend to hit the slopes. FOX 10's Carmen Blackwell reports.
Travelers from the northeast had no problem ditching the snow for some sunshine.
Authorities report snow and icy conditions on northern Arizona highways as a storm system sweeps across the region.
Snow in the high country and rain in the valley! FOX 10's Marcy Jones and Cory McCloskey have a look at the winter weather hitting our state.