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Strong Winds/Snow Coming; Mostly Away From Page/Lechee

Strong Winds/Snow Coming; Mostly Away From Page/Lechee
December 28
03:29 2020

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Peak Winds Monday

The main weather impacts this week are expected Monday into Tuesday as a storm system brings gusty southwest winds and light snow accumulations. Another cold front will pass through the region later Thursday into Friday, but right now impacts look fairly minimal. Please see the attached briefing and graphics for additional details.

 

Weather Hazards:

  • Strong Southwest Winds: Gusts of 40-55 mph will develop Monday. The strongest winds will be north and east of the Mogollon Rim and other areas of high terrain.
  • Snow Accumulations: 1-4 inches above 5500-5500 feet. Locally higher amounts of as much as 6 inches possible,
  • especially south and southeast of Flagstaff.
  • Snow Levels

    Snow Level: This will be a cold system, with a dusting of snow possible down as low as 4000 feet (Page, Seligman, Chino Valley, Sedona, Chinle, etc).

Primary Impacts:

  • Possible falling limbs and other minor wind-related damage.
  • Difficult travel on Monday afternoon due to strong crosswinds.
  • Hazardous travel Monday late afternoon – Tuesday, due to slick roadways.

The latest location-specific snow forecasts are below.

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