PHOENIX — Measurable rain has fallen across the Valley and more is expected! Snow is falling in parts of northern Arizona, too.
We are tracking the latest information you need to know around the Phoenix metro area and around the state.
7:00 a.m., Friday, November 22
"Walking in a winter wonderland."— ABC15 Arizona (@abc15) November 21, 2019
Here are a couple shots from Air15 of the hail that fell in the West Valley.
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MORE PHOTOS: https://t.co/w8iArqJPkB #abc15 pic.twitter.com/VKQqRsbD1a
The National Weather Service in Phoenix has Issued an Urban and Small Stream Flood Advisory for Maricopa County in South Central Arizona. https://t.co/IO3HlCyXpF #azwx #cawx pic.twitter.com/rmkYRXDiHI— NWS Phoenix (@NWSPhoenix) November 21, 2019
Severe Thunderstorm Warning continues for Phoenix AZ, Glendale AZ, Tolleson AZ until 3:45 PM MST pic.twitter.com/abTEQv1ebR— NWS Phoenix (@NWSPhoenix) November 21, 2019
Severe Thunderstorm Warning continues for Avondale AZ, Goodyear AZ, Tolleson AZ until 3:00 PM MST pic.twitter.com/uh3cG74UdS— NWS Phoenix (@NWSPhoenix) November 21, 2019
It’s the first significant snowfall of the season for Flagstaff. Nothing major but certainly picturesque. pic.twitter.com/BR0rKgHnWm— Justin Pazera (@justinpazera) November 21, 2019
Traveling in northern Arizona today? Look for periods of heavy snow at elevations as low as 6000 feet. Rain, heavy at times, at lower elevations. Consider delaying travel during hazardous times shown below. Visit https://t.co/j8hirxlA0S #azwx pic.twitter.com/heCWbq3mH6— NWS Flagstaff (@NWSFlagstaff) November 21, 2019
We've picked up an additional 0.01" of rain at @PHXSkyHarbor since midnight. That brings our storm total to 0.67" so far.— Iris Hermosillo (@IrisABC15) November 21, 2019
HOWEVER many spots in the Valley have already picked up 1.5 or even 2+ inches of rain. More rain likely today. #abc15wx #azwx pic.twitter.com/UPAqhFEJj0
JUST IN: Blue Ridge schools (Pinetop-Lakeside area) on 2-hour delayed start today due to weather.— ABC15 Arizona (@abc15) November 21, 2019
Flagstaff schools are working on a normal schedule today. #abc15wx
FYI - This is in the Springerville, AZ area. https://t.co/LGuZQ8m08w— Arizona DOT (@ArizonaDOT) November 21, 2019
3:35 a.m., Thursday, Nov 21:
Right now, no highways or interstates are closed in the high country ... but there IS snow and slick pavement everywhere, especially on I-40. Drivers are advised to allow extra time up north this morning. #aztraffic— Arizona DOT (@ArizonaDOT) November 21, 2019
#Phoenix Sky Harbor now up to 0.31" of rain today.— Amber Sullins (@AmberSullins) November 21, 2019
Plus yesterday's 0.35" puts us at 0.66" so far.
Still below normal for the year, but it helps put a dent in that deficit. #abc15wx #azwx pic.twitter.com/sM4VGDDNsz
Large, slow moving upper low will continue to bring cool, moist and unsettled conditions to the central deserts through Thursday evening. Rain chances in Phoenix still high Thursday but heavy rain is not really expected. #azwx pic.twitter.com/8dM4Lvbqjd— NWS Phoenix (@NWSPhoenix) November 21, 2019
Flash Flood Warning continues for Pinal County, AZ until 10:45 PM MST pic.twitter.com/gy4CcPwtLc— NWS Phoenix (@NWSPhoenix) November 21, 2019
Phoenix rarely looks like this. No filter! pic.twitter.com/AR3ZotoEGI— Justin Pazera (@justinpazera) November 20, 2019
Rain showers are continuing to impact south-central Arizona. We are seeing a trend for increased showers once again heading into the late afternoon. Drive carefully on your commute home! #azwx pic.twitter.com/aL6QLKKc0E— NWS Phoenix (@NWSPhoenix) November 20, 2019
Flash Flood Warning continues for Surprise AZ, Sun City AZ, El Mirage AZ until 6:30 PM MST pic.twitter.com/HODn63tBct— NWS Phoenix (@NWSPhoenix) November 20, 2019
Right now, @CoconinoCounty ready to deploy plows/graders for first snow of the season. 50 pieces of equipment will he used to plow 1,000 miles of road. Crews are now coating parts of some roads w/ cinders ahead of the snow. pic.twitter.com/zJkWw3U77e— Justin Pazera (@justinpazera) November 20, 2019
Lightning in the NW Valley as a stronger storm moves through the area.— Iris Hermosillo (@IrisABC15) November 20, 2019
Stay inside until this clears out.
Frequent lightning, heavy rain, gusty winds will continue to be possible through the afternoon. #abc15wx pic.twitter.com/9DXO1Syfs1
Greenway Road back open again after heavy rain caused standing water at the underpass beneath I-17. @ArizonaDOT crews did a great job cleaning up while pump station caught up with storm runoff. pic.twitter.com/Gp4KDR3RP8— Doug Nintzel (@DougNintzel) November 20, 2019
Due to power outages, Glendale Elementary School District said it is suspending classes at Bicentennial South School, William C Jack Elementary School, and Don Mensendick School.
"The inclement weather has brought unexpected power outages at Bici SouthBecause of that, and out of a concern for student safety, we are suspending classes at those schools. Parents can opt to pick up thier children at any time, as well as siblings at neighboring schools., Jack and Mensendick. We have been in contact with our utility provider, and they have told us they cannot pinpoint the cause, of if they will be able to maintain power.However, if your child remains at school we will keep them safe and provide lunch for them. Please remember that is a scheduled early release day," the District said in a tweet.
Here’s what the Agassiz deck looks like this morning! The snow has already started and even more is on the way through today and tomorrow.— Arizona Snowbowl (@AZSnowbowl) November 20, 2019
Check out the full detailed custom forecast for Snowbowl, courtesy of our friends at Powderchasers: https://t.co/2XUaYEOnka pic.twitter.com/JA3ktqgBXD
🚧 Cotton Ln is closed from Cactus Rd-Peoria Ave & Cactus Rd from Cotton Ln-175th Ave are closed. 🚧 There is ponding water on Bell Rd from Litchfield Rd-Bullard Ave in the westbound lane, but the roadway is passable. Water is also ponding on Cactus Rd from Sarival Ave-Reems Rd.— City of Surprise (@AZSurprise) November 20, 2019
Flash Flood Warning including Peoria AZ, Surprise AZ, Avondale AZ until 11:30 AM MST pic.twitter.com/Vqk95fPzyA— NWS Phoenix (@NWSPhoenix) November 20, 2019
The band of heavy rain moving through the west Valley dropped more than half an inch of rain within just the last half hour near Litchfield Park.— Iris Hermosillo (@IrisABC15) November 20, 2019
Check out the @FCDFloodInfo
This rain is sweeping from west to east across the #Phoenix area. #abc15wx pic.twitter.com/PV0BhSbYEU
NOW: Flood Advisory in effect until 10:30am from about #Anthem to #Buckeye as band of heavy rain sweeps from west to east through the #Phoenix area.— Iris Hermosillo (@IrisABC15) November 20, 2019
Flooding in low lying areas and ponding water on roads. All possible. #abc15wx pic.twitter.com/V322QB6eLI
Wednesday, November 20, 7:10 a.m.: