Arizona weather forecast: Storm system headed our way to bring rain & snow

Our Winter Storm has begun to weaken and track southeast of Arizona. The storm ended up hanging just barely too far west throughout the morning, meaning the Valley missed the steadiest rain (by only about 30 miles!). Instead, parts of the West Valley picked up between 0.04" and 0.16" of rain while the East Valley missed out. As expected, the system fell too far South of the High Country today. However, last night the region picked up a varied 1-3" of snow in parts of Yavapai and Coconino Counties.

The region will now begin another warm up! Temperatures remain below average, in the middle to upper 60s Wednesday and Thursday. Average this time of year is an afternoon high of 69. By Friday and through the weekend, temperatures make a climb into the low to middle 70s. It'll be a beautiful over the weekend with partly sunny skies and light breezes.

The region should remain dry between tonight and this weekend, so feel free to hit the car wash or make outdoor plans!

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