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A long-awaited winter storm is about half a day away from loudly announcing its presence in Arizona.
The wet weekend in the East Valley was just the start of an expected stretch of cold, unsettled conditions.
EVANSVILLE, Ind. - Frigid temperatures, blasting wind and more snow than some places normally see in a year left parts of the Midwest and South paralyzed Thursday, and transformed a section of highway in southern Indiana into a parking lot.
Backyard video images of a funnel cloud over the West Valley were aired on television stations during a storm Saturday afternoon that included dime-sized hail and heavy rain.
FLAGSTAFF — A wintry storm has dropped more snow in the state's northern and eastern mountains, making driving tough along Interstates 17 and 40.
Snow is falling in Arizona's high country as a winter storm moves through the state.
A winter storm is expected to bring snow and strong wind throughout much of Arizona on Sunday.
A winter storm warning and flood watch was issued for the Northern Arizona region and parts of the Valley late Wednesday night, but no problems of flooding were reported as northern parts of the Valley saw the most rainfall until early early today, according to the National Weather Service in Phoenix.
Much of northern and southeastern Arizona were under winter storm warnings on Christmas Day as the first of two powerful storms moved across the state.
The Valley saw a new record of .47 inch of rain at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport on Wednesday.
Dozens of drivers slid off slick highways Wednesday as snow blanketed northern Arizona and rain drenched the lower desert during a winter storm that was expected to bring blizzards, freezing temperatures and dangerous driving conditions.
Cars became stuck in the mud in Mesa, debris washed through the roadway in north Scottsdale and flooding slowed traffic on freeways as rain pelted the Valley Friday during what experts called a record-breaking storm.
EL PASO, Texas - A storm carrying the threat of more snow and ice moved across the Southern Plains on Friday as more than 100,000 homes and businesses remained in the dark from earlier blasts of cold, wet weather.
BISMARCK, N.D. - Roads reopened and the lights came back on for thousands of customers Thursday as the northern Plains recovered from a storm that blasted in from the Rockies.
Hail hit the East Valley on Thursday, making many neighborhoods look like a winter snowstorm had rolled through.
A cold, wet winter storm slowed Super Bowl visitors from leaving a damp, dreary Valley on Monday while dropping much-needed snow in the high country.
As a winter storm took aim at Arizona on Monday, the state’s skiing/snowboarding industry couldn’t have been happier after hearing the forecast of cold, wet weather.
Another winter storm is about to hammer Arizona, leading officials to warn drivers to be extra careful in the next couple of days.
Storms brought flurries of snow, torrents of rain and record-low temperatures to Arizona this weekend — part of a cold snap that will continue through this morning.
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — The snowmenclature smackdown among meteorologists started with "snowmageddon" and "snowpocalypse." When the latest snow event - laden with flakes and whipped by heavy winds - headed for the storm-weary Northeast this week, the folks at AccuWeather Inc. warned of a coming "snowicane."
It might be a White Christmas in the higher elevations of Arizona, and a wet one down here in the desert.
VAIL, Colo. — The first day of fall feels more like the first day of winter for some of the mountain West, with light snow and chilly temperatures across Colorado and freeze warnings for higher elevations in New Mexico, Wyoming, Nevada, Utah and Arizona.
A flash flood watch has been issued in the Phoenix area until tomorrow morning when rains are expected to lighten.
Valley residents hunkered down Thursday evening to wait out one of the biggest storms in years that brought gusts exceeding 60 mph, flash flooding, and was expected to dump 3 to 5 inches of rain. | DPS discourages all travel to N. Ariz.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - A storm system barreled across the Plains states on the last day of winter, dumping more than a foot of snow that stalled highway travelers Monday in South Dakota and Nebraska and causing flooding in Texas.