(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.
Showers will continue off and on through Friday afternoon, with the lower deserts of south central AZ and SE CA receiving between 0.1-0.5" Higher rainfall totals of 0.5-1.0" are expected for the higher terrain north and east of #Phoenix including Gila County. #azwx #cawx pic.twitter.com/lYUY8E6H8X— NWS Phoenix (@NWSPhoenix) December 6, 2018
445 PM (MST) - Here is the latest snowfall for graphic for tonight through Friday morning. Snow levels will vary between 6500-7500 feet tonight, falling a bit toward morning. Some areas that are seeing just light drizzle may have a heavier snow shower just a few miles away. #azwx pic.twitter.com/FkxrcLfToZ— NWS Flagstaff (@NWSFlagstaff) December 6, 2018