Valentine's Day stormPosted: Updated:
PHOENIX -- A winter storm moved into Arizona Monday night and brought a blanket of snow along with Tuesday's sunrise. Snow totals as of 9 a.m. include 3 or 4 inches in Flagstaff, 3 inches in Page and 1 inch in Heber. More snow is possible throughout the day, with a Winter Weather Advisory in effect for the high country until 5 p.m.
Breezy southwesterly winds are likely, as well, with a Wind Advisory in effect for Southeastern Arizona today.
Parts of the Valley saw light rain Tuesday morning, and more is possible throughout the day, although rainfall totals should be light. Meanwhile, temperatures will stay about 10 degrees below average, with an afternoon high of only 61 degrees.
As the storm moves out and skies clear tonight, expect chilly temperatures.
Valley lows are forecast to drop to the low 30s in outlying areas to the low 40s closer in town.
Wednesday is expected to be cool but dry, and Thursday brings another storm and another chance of rain and snow.
The weekend is looking warmer and dry.