PHOENIX — A winter storm warning is in effect through 5 p.m. Friday for areas above 3,000 feet.

Snow levels will remain around 3,000 feet overnight with additional accumulation likely. Rain will continue on a steady basis overnight. We'll likely see wet roadways once again for the Friday morning drive.

Storm totals through Friday look like this: Above 5,000 feet, we will see 1-3 feet of snow, while between 4,000 - 5,000 feet, 8-16 inches are expected, and 3 - 6 inches are possible between 3,000 - 4,000 feet.

In the Valley, we can expect heavy rain at times through Friday afternoon totaling 1-1.5"

Travel in parts of Arizona will be difficult to impossible tonight and Friday due to heavy rain and snow. 

FRIDAY: 42/50 rain heavy 

SATURDAY: 34/54 a clearing sky

SUNDAY: 36/61 bright

MONDAY: 41/65 cold

TUESDAY: 44/68 bright

WEDNESDAY: 48/70 back to the 70s

THURSDAY: 50/72 bright

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