PHOENIX — We are in Weather Action Mode Thursday night and Friday as more storms bring rain and snow in the high country, that could impact holiday travel.
We are tracking the latest information you need to know around the Phoenix metro area and around the state.
Snow and rain are expected to continue across Arizona through tomorrow. If you cannot postpone travel to the high country, bring a winter driving kit and #KnowSnow: https://t.co/QrgQPPmx0X (Graphics: @NWSFlagstaff) pic.twitter.com/WRLLKrkGSJ— Arizona DOT (@ArizonaDOT) December 27, 2019
925 PM Radar loop ending at 915 PM shows rain & snow ongoing across much of AZ. Snow levels in the 5000'-5500' range. Snow on I-40 from Winslow to east of Kingman. The lack of echoes near Seligman is due to its distance from a Doppler radar, ADOT cams show snow there. #azwx pic.twitter.com/o4r8Q9qHi1— NWS Flagstaff (@NWSFlagstaff) December 27, 2019
9:06 PM: Latest radar shows a line of widespread showers west of Tucson continuing to push eastward. Expect showers to increase in the Tucson area over the next couple of hours and continue overnight. #azwx pic.twitter.com/CdUAZasK8Y— NWS Tucson (@NWSTucson) December 27, 2019