PHOENIX — Statewide rain and snow showers will continue on Tuesday.
Snow levels will crash down to around 2,000 feet!
By the end of the event Tuesday evening, many higher elevation neighborhoods will have a snow depth of 1-3 feet with several inches of snow at the lower levels.
As the showers taper off and the winter storm makes its exit, it’ll leave a calling card of extra cold temps.
Wednesday morning wakeup temperatures could fall to freezing for several Valley neighborhoods with some below zero readings up north!
Another low pressure system will have its sights set on Arizona at the end of the workweek and into the weekend.
This will send in another round of rain and snow for the state.
TUESDAY: 40/54 mostly cloudy, breezy, chance of showers
WEDNESDAY: 35/60 mostly sunny
THURSDAY: 38/65 mostly cloudy
FRIDAY: 45/66 mostly cloudy, chance of showers
SATURDAY: 43/61 partly sunny, chance of morning showers
SUNDAY: 40/67 sunny
MONDAY: 43/69 partly cloudy
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