It's been a gloomy, wet day across the Valley.

The wet, wintry weather was brought to us by a low-pressure system that brings a chance of rain through Friday.

(3TV/CBS5) -- It's been a gloomy, wet day across the Valley, courtesy of a new winter storm.

The wintry weather was brought to us by a low-pressure system that brings a chance of rain through Friday.

[FORECAST: A gray and wet day]

In the Phoenix area, the skies looked threatening all day, but not much rain fell. Rainfall amounts varied from about a quarter of an inch to half an inch.

In the high country, rain mixed with snow, making for a wet night in Flagstaff.

And more snow is on the way. Up to three inches could fall in Flagstaff, and a little more in the White Mountains.

Drier and warmer weather moves in this weekend, where we will see temperatures back in the 70s.

 


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