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Last Map Update: Fri, Jan. 20, 2017 at 6:56:11 am MST

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A strong Pacific upper air storm system with a surface cold front will inch into our forecast area a west of the Continental divide tonight with some lowland rain and highland snows. Some light snow may also fall in the Sacramento Mountains. Otherwise not too bad of a night elsewhere with Mostly Cloudy skies and occasional breezy westerly winds. Heads up for later Friday into Saturday for very high(possibly damaging) winds, heavy mountain snows (with temporary blizzard conditions) and widespread lowland showers possibly briefly mixed with snow or sleet.
A strong winter storm system is on the way and will affect the area Friday through early Sunday, with very strong winds and heavy mountain snow. Be mindful if you must drive. WIND IMPACTS: - Power outages possible - Structural damage - Trees down - Difficulty driving especially with high profile vehicles. Vehicles may be blown off the road in some cases along wind prone areas.
An approaching upper level storm system will bring heavy snow to area mountains tonight through Monday. A foot or more of snow is possible above 6,000 feet in the Gila Region and Black Mountains and above 6,000 feet in the Sacramento Mountains.
The first of two storms will be moving across the area today, with showers spreading from west to east and winds becoming gusty by the afternoon. Winds may gust as high as 50 mph in the higher elevations. The snow level will begin at about 7000 feet and lower toward the evening hours. The greatest impacts will occur after sunset in terms of precipitation, and on Saturday regarding strong winds.

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