Feb 282017
 
March 2017 precipitation outlook from the Climate Prediction Center.
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With the Flagstaff Airport coming in at 16.3 inches, and many locations reporting similar results, for 8-12 inches in the actual Weather Service Forecast, this was a heck of a foot on snow. This last storm was tricky to forecast with plenty of variability of the computer models. Also, the track of the storm was a bit unusual. The low pressure came from the northwest, with a strong moisture flow behind it. In the end, a seemingly dry, warm February  finishes nearly exactly on average for precipitation.

Unfortunately, that looks like the end of the precipitation for a while. All of the outlooks from the Climate Prediction Center are showing below average precipitation through the end of March. Maybe there is a chance for something in the middle of the month.

March 2017 precipitation outlook from the Climate Prediction Center.

March 2017 precipitation outlook from the Climate Prediction Center.

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