Dec 042013
 
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Neither of the storms on the horizon are packing a lot of moisture for Flagstaff. A few inches will fall today through tomorrow. Then, a few inches will fall over the weekend. The real news is the very cold temperatures on the way. With highs in the twenties and lows in the single digits, we will be 5-10 degrees below normal on several days over the next few days.

The image below isn’t a pretty as it could be. It does tell the temperature story. This image shows the average maximum temperature anomaly for the next 5 days. Brrrr. Flagstaff is in the -12 to -15 degree band. The snow probably won’t be melting very fast.

5-day average maximum temperature anomaly. National Weather Service

5-day average maximum temperature anomaly. National Weather Service

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