FLAGSTAFF, Arizona — Some areas of Arizona saw two feet of snow Wednesday night into Thursday, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).
Wednesday night's winter storm once again brought tons of snow to Arizona's High Country and even close to double digits in Tucson. Areas that saw the most snowfall were in north Arizona, including Flagstaff, Prescott and Sedona.
Here are the snowfall totals as of 4 p.m. Thursday, according to the National Weather Service.
- 31 inches: 2 miles west-southwest of downtown Flagstaff
- 24.5 inches: Flagstaff airport
- 22.5 inches: Parks
- 30 inches: Kachina Village
- 23.8 inches: Munds Park
- 23 inches: Williams
- 22 inches: Bellemont
- 21 inches: Doney Park
- 19 inches: Washington Park
- 16 inches: Prescott Courthouse
- 16 inches: Cornville
- 12 inches: Summerhaven (near Tucson)
- 11 inches: West Sedona
>> Full forecast: Wild winds & wintry weather
>> Interactive radar
The snowfall totals over this past winter have broken into Flagstaff's record books.
The city's airport saw the second highest snowfall ever recorded from July 1 to March 1 at 140.1 inches total, according to the National Weather Service's Flagstaff branch. The record holder year for most snowfall seen at the airport was 1948-1949 at 153.9 inches.
The Bellemont National Weather Service Office saw it's most snow ever this year at 146.7 inches, followed close behind by 2009-2010 at 115.4 inches.
If yesterday's winter storm had come just a day earlier, Flagstaff may have beaten their previous record.
Arizona has seen its fair share of severe weather. Here is a compilation of videos from various storms across the Grand Canyon state.
More ways to get 12News
On your phone: Download the 12News app for the latest local breaking news straight to your phone.
On your streaming device: Download 12News+ to your streaming device
The free 12News+ app from 12News lets users stream live events — including daily newscasts like "Today in AZ" and "12 News" and our daily lifestyle program, "Arizona Midday"—on Roku and Amazon Fire TV.
12News+ showcases live video throughout the day for breaking news, local news, weather and even an occasional moment of Zen showcasing breathtaking sights from across Arizona.