It's a white Christmas for the high country and a wet Christmas for those of us in the Valley!
Storms are bringing rain and snow to Arizona and moisture is expected to continue in the days after Christmas, too.
RAINFALL TOTALS: How much fell on Christmas?
FORECAST: What's in store?
LIVE RADAR: Check the interactive map
Here are the latest weather updates as they're coming in to the newsroom:
Be prepared for wintery conditions if you’re traveling in northern Arizona. Snowplows are out working to clear the roads. These images are from our https://t.co/NL8OBJ3GAz cameras near Clints Well and SR 89A south of I-17. pic.twitter.com/ZwUqOFGP7H— Arizona DOT (@ArizonaDOT) December 25, 2019
With the rain this morning, the temperature dropped, so the new low temperature is 48°. Rain total for the calendar day is now up to 0.2". #azwx— NWS Phoenix (@NWSPhoenix) December 25, 2019
At 5:40 am: Snow showers were on the increase from Williams and Flagstaff eastward to Clints Well and Forest Lakes. Travel will likely be difficult over the next few hours along portions of I-17, I-40, Highways 87 and 260. Avoid travel if possible. #azwx pic.twitter.com/H5mE2cVYqC— NWS Flagstaff (@NWSFlagstaff) December 25, 2019
530 PM MST Radar image shows widespread snow showers affecting I-40 from Flagstaff through Williams, and HWY 64 from Williams to Valle. Snowfall rates to approach one inch per hour.— NWS Flagstaff (@NWSFlagstaff) December 25, 2019
Slow down due to slick roads & low visibilities. Showers to persist through mid evening. #azwx pic.twitter.com/VIG5Vtwzs1
Camelback is shrouded in clouds.— Zach Crenshaw (@ZachCrenshaw) December 25, 2019
Really cool & rare.
The Winter Weather Advisory has been extended through 7 pm Wednesday for all but the White Mountains, where it expires at 11 pm tonight. Expect a lull in precipitation from late tonight through Wednesday morning, when rain and snow showers are expected to resume. #azwx pic.twitter.com/dQIUCbxkTx— NWS Flagstaff (@NWSFlagstaff) December 25, 2019
WEATHER: Heavy storms passing through the Valley at the moment, creating slippery conditions with low visibility. Here is what we are seeing in the west and northeast Valley. Remember to SLOW DOWN and drive safely wherever you are going this Christmas Eve! #phxtraffic #azwx pic.twitter.com/SbteahQZBI— Arizona DOT (@ArizonaDOT) December 24, 2019
2:43 PM The main batch of showers has pushed east of Casa grande and Apache Junction and are moving north east through Florence and Superior area. Drivers heads up for ponding and water across some roadways. #azwx pic.twitter.com/lw2hJ3ntEG— NWS Phoenix (@NWSPhoenix) December 24, 2019
135pm: Moderate snow on I-17 between Flagstaff and Munds Park, and from the switchbacks to Flagstaff along SH 89A. Slow down, be prepared for slick roads and low visibility! #azwx pic.twitter.com/OvAvaIzAdf— NWS Flagstaff (@NWSFlagstaff) December 24, 2019
12pm: An area of rain from Camp Verde back toward SH 169 from I-17 to Dewey-Humboldt will gradually move north over the next 30 min - 1 hr or so. Flagstaff could pick up another inch or two of snow by 3 pm. Light precip persists over the east Rim and near the Grand Canyon. #azwx pic.twitter.com/X7pbdHnbQO— NWS Flagstaff (@NWSFlagstaff) December 24, 2019
NEW: FAA says some flights at Sky Harbor were impacted by a weather-related ground stop this morning, but it has since been lifted. Be sure to check your flight's schedule if you're traveling or picking someone up today! #abc15— ABC15 Arizona (@abc15) December 24, 2019
SNOWY FLAGSTAFF photos show I-17 NB from the Lake Mary Road off-ramp and the new northcentral district and Motor Vehicles, which are open for business this blustery Christmas Eve! #aztraffic #flagstaff pic.twitter.com/CJxeRfX4PC— Arizona DOT (@ArizonaDOT) December 24, 2019
The low temperature this morning at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport was 52°, which is 8 degrees above normal. #azwx— NWS Phoenix (@NWSPhoenix) December 24, 2019
The snow is falling in the high country. Slow down and give yourself plenty of time to get to where you are going for the holidays. pic.twitter.com/bfk7WV7Bny— Dept. Public Safety (@Arizona_DPS) December 24, 2019
6 a.m., Dec. 24: