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Light snow accumulations are forecast for the high terrain of northern Arizona from today through Friday. #azwx 

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If you guessed 48F on our Twitter poll yesterday, you were correct! Our high in Bellemont yesterday was 49F and our low was 1F. Quite the swing! #azwx 

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Here is your noon temperature update. If you are not outside, then step outside! Temperatures across the area are just about right with winds much lighter than the past few days. A return to cold and snowy for many areas tomorrow. #azwx 😎

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Sneaky! One of the hardest things to forecast is where/when heavy snow bands, or snow squalls, will set up. Snow squalls can produce 1-2"/hour or even more! The Thurs/Fri system is low impact in terms of amounts, but always check the forecast one more time before you go. #azwx 

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Hoping to see some fresh snow? We are still expecting a dusting of snow across most of the Mogollon Rim, with higher amounts over the White Mountains and Chuskas. #azwx 

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Happpppy Friday! It is a blustery morning across the high terrain. Here is a look at some of the peak gusts along and ahead of a cold front in portions of northern Arizona. Winds will gradually decrease through the morning with much lighter winds expected by the afternoon. #azwx 

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Flagstaff had a very large temperature difference Thursday (48 degrees). It was a very small difference today because of the winds last night and a cold front early this morning. Any guesses as to how little temperatures changed from this morning's low and today's high? #azwx 

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A Winter Storm Watch has been issued. Travel will be difficult to impossible from Thanksgiving Day through Friday. Initial snowfall estimates are 1 to 2+ feet of snow accumulation in the mountains, with significant accumulation as low as 4500 feet. #azwx 

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Wondering what this snow storm looked like but only have 20 seconds? Yup! We’ve been working on this for the last few days, and there are still some showers out there. Here is a time lapse of the 2/20-2/22 storm from our office in Bellemont. #azwx 

4 PM (MST) - Yes, it did snow on the San Francisco Peaks this afternoon! Our best estimate is that snow and graupel fell down to 11000-11500 feet and probably got several inches deep at the highest elevations. #azwx 

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Our first taste of winter in bellmontAZ with 1.0” snow from a cold front moving through the area overnight. Other reports around the area: Williams 2”, Snowbowl Estates 4.5”. Expect showers and thunderstorms this afternoon and tonight. How much snow did you get? #azwx 

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