Snow is falling in Arizona's high country as a winter storm moves through the state.
The white stuff is falling at elevations higher than 6,000 feet and could be falling at elevations around 4,500 by daybreak Monday.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for parts of the state, warning that snow accumulations could make driving difficult.
Areas that should see significant snow include the Mogollon Rim, the White Mountains in eastern Arizona, and higher elevations in the Tucson area.
The winter storm also is expected to bring rain to the Phoenix metro area and Gila County.