PHOENIX — The second of two back-to-back storms to hit our state will gradually clear out Monday.
Rain and snow showers are still possible through Monday afternoon, particularly in northern and eastern Arizona.
Areas above 5,500 feet along the Mogollon Rim, in northeast Arizona, and in the White Mountains region could still pick up an additional one to three inches of snow through Monday evening.
Travel will be hazardous across the high country especially through the morning commute, so use extra caution.
While clouds will linger across the Phoenix area through the morning, Valley rain chances are winding down.
Temperatures will drop again Monday, with Valley highs only reaching the upper 50s to low 60s in the afternoon.