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Pacific storm unleashes Valley rain, mountain snow

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A beautiful sunset captured by a viewer Saturday evening. (Source: Lorri Bowe) A beautiful sunset captured by a viewer Saturday evening. (Source: Lorri Bowe)
Weekend view of the Grand Canyon Express at Arizona Snowbowl. (Source: John Brice) Weekend view of the Grand Canyon Express at Arizona Snowbowl. (Source: John Brice)
(Source: National Weather Service in Phoenix) (Source: National Weather Service in Phoenix)
(Source: National Weather Service in Flagstaff) (Source: National Weather Service in Flagstaff)
(Source: National Weather Service in Tucson) (Source: National Weather Service in Tucson)
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -

Valley rain, mountain snow and gusty winds impact the state as February drew to a close. 

A rather potent Pacific weather system took aim, dumping at least 16 inches of snow in Flagstaff and more than 1 inch of rain in the Cave Creek area. 

[RELATED: Flagstaff sees 16 inches of new snow]

When all is said and done, rainfall amounts are expected to range from between 1 and 1.5 inches in the foothill and mountainous locations of northern Maricopa and Gila counties.

A Small Stream Flood Advisory was in effect through 11:15 a.m. Tuesday for Yavapai and western Gila counties. 

A Winter Storm Warning is in effect above 6,000 feet. 

[PHOTOS: Pacific storm blasts Arizona]

Arizona Snowbowl could see up to 23 inches of snow through Tuesday, with 19 inches by Tuesday morning. 

[WEATHER TOOLS: Your local forecast | Radar livestream | Rain totals | Interactive map | Arizona web cams]

Lower elevations of Yavapai and Gila counties will see between three-quarters and 1.5 inches of rain. Some isolated locations could see as much as 2 inches of rain from the storm. 

[RELATED: Soggy day on tap as Pacific storm begins to depart]

This storm is expected to be out of Arizona by Tuesday night, with drier and much warmer weather rounding out the remainder of the week.

In Metro Phoenix, we'll upper 60s for Wednesday and 70s for Thursday and Friday. This weekend we could see daytime highs reach the 80s.

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