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It looks like the storm track for the next week or so will not provide any direct hits on Northern Arizona.

While snow is forecast for the middle of this week, it looks to me like the chances are probably very slim for much in Northern Arizona. The main part of the storm seems to be travel to the south of us. The NAM Model shows what ever moisture we may get to be back-flowing out of the southeast. This rarely pays off for us. The National Weather Service is still forecast a few inches. Accuweather has removed any significant accumulation from their forecast.

There is a another small chance for precipitation, but that storm is weak and should track to the north of us.

The middle of next week would provide a change with a couple storms aimed more towards us. This is a long way out, but matches the pattern of January.

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