Rain chances are clearing out of the Valley, but rain and snow chances remain in northern and eastern Arizona.
Snow showers started early Saturday and will continue through the day Sunday, dropping to near 4,500 feet by Sunday morning.
Winter Weather Advisories are in effect Sunday along the Mogollon Rim, Kaibab Plateau, parts of northeastern and southeastern Arizona.
We could pick up as much as 2 to 4 inches of snow in spots above 6,000 feet, including Flagstaff. Locally higher amounts of 5 to 8 inches will be possible above 7,000 feet with up to 9 to 12 inches possible in the White Mountains.
With wind gusts near 45 mph up north, blowing snow is likely and visibility will be greatly reduced.
Rainfall totals will be light with only around a tenth of an inch or less across the Valley.
We will get some cooler air, though.
Valley highs will drop to the mid 60s on Valentine's Day.