Winter storm, high humidity causes patches of dense fog near Phoenix: Live radar, updates

Arizona saw some wet weather as a winter storm hit several parts of the state over the weekend, and by Sunday night, patches of fog began popping up prompting a dense dog advisory through Monday morning.

The National Weather Service says Sky Harbor's rain total by 4 p.m. on Saturday was already up to half an inch. Rain continued into Sunday.

"With all of the rain we've had and the high humidity, patchy dense fog is starting to develop in some areas. That trend will continue. Motorists should use extra caution!," NWS said Sunday night around 8:15 p.m.

The fog advisory expired at 10 a.m. on Dec. 5.

As for northern Arizona, NWS in Flagstaff said snow blanketed the highest points in the state with the agency saying, "High snow levels (10,000+ feet) with only the highest mountain peaks getting snow."

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