A storm system is set to hit today. As previously stated, these will deliver added rain and snowfall totals. Had some delay in the model outputs, but better late than never. I did mention storm chances would be from Thursday into Saturday on the previous update though.
There is a chance of thunderstorms with the passage of the front today, especially along the rim, which would mean thundersnow.
The Mogollon Rim will have snowfall, especially Flagstaff, where I expect nearly a foot of snow to fall.
A fourth system is set to hit behind this one on Saturday as we end the current Raiden Storm Pattern. There is another chance of another pattern of storms returning after the 20th.
A Raiden Storm Pattern means a pattern that was foreseen ahead of any source, which; like a comet, bears the name of the one who discovered it.
Stay tuned to Arizona Weather Force for further updates …
Use the maps below for rain and snow maps for this final forecast.
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