Dec 172008
 
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In Flagstaff it has snowed every day since Saturday, December 13.

This next storm looks to bring 8-16 inches of snow or equivalent.  Timing of the cold air arrival is critical.

Here is how the last storm did:

STORM TOTAL SNOW REPORTS INCLUDE:

 FLAGSTAFF AIRPORT .............12   INCHES.
 FLAGSTAFF AREA..............10-13   INCHES.
 MUNDS PARK AREA..............8-14   INCHES.
 WILLIAMS........................9   INCHES.
 5 MILES EAST OF WILLIAMS ......13   INCHES.
 GRAND CANYON NORTH RIM.........10   INCHES.
 NEAR PRESCOTT 6000 FOOT LEVEL...8   INCHES.
 CLINTS WELL ....................9   INCHES.
 HART PRAIRIE...................16   INCHES.
 FOREST LAKES...................13   INCHES.
 PARKS...........................9   INCHES.
 SELIGMAN........................3   INCHES.
 BELLEMONT......................10   INCHES.
 SUNSET CRATER...................5   INCHES.
 PAGE..........................1-2   INCHES.
 JACOB LAKE......................6   INCHES.
 STRAWBERRY......................6   INCHES.
 WINDOW ROCK.....................5   INCHES.
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