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Near Statewide Wind Event Projected Across Arizona For Monday March 21, 2022; Details Maps Inside

Near Statewide Wind Event Projected Across Arizona For Monday March 21, 2022; Details Maps Inside

Arizona Weather Force has issued a near statewide Wind Watch effective Monday March, 21, 2022 across 90% of Arizona with Payson and Prescott especially in the higher risk zones so read on for details and see the mapping sectors within … ALWAYS GET THE UPDATES ON FB AT … ARIZONA WEATHER FORCE MAIN:  Arizona Weather Force Office Main Page For […]

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Winter Weather Advisory

Winter Weather Advisory

Issued Zones:  All Northern/Eastern Arizona, especially along the upper Grand Canyon (north rim) and along the Mogollon Rim … Site:  Arizona Weather Force has issued a Winter Weather Advisory effective today (Monday) and then again Thursday 3-10-2022 Date:  3/7/22 at 9:00am local Forecast: A cold system will bring light snowfall amounts to Northern/Eastern Arizona, especially in higher rim elevations starting […]

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March 2022 Weather Pattern Forecast For The Southwestern United States;  A Month Of Tease

March 2022 Weather Pattern Forecast For The Southwestern United States; A Month Of Tease

February ended up drier and warmer than average across many parts despite some cold spells, on target to the February 2022 forecast.  March 2022 will be about the same with yet again more see-saw (back and forth) patterns for temperatures so read on for details … The previous article (click here) stated that another arctic air mass will come down […]

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Warm Up Expected Across The Arizona Low Terrain Metros This Next Week Followed By A Return Of The Arctic Air Masses In March

Warm Up Expected Across The Arizona Low Terrain Metros This Next Week Followed By A Return Of The Arctic Air Masses In March

As we start to lose the grip of the current arctic air-mass, we will enter a warmer air mass this next week, with temperatures in the 80s for the metros, well above average to end the month out and start the new one.  This won’t last though as we are in a see-saw pattern yet again for a return of […]

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PRELIMINARY FORECAST:  Arctic Inside Slider To Move Through Parts of Arizona Later Tuesday into Mostly Wednesday; Snow and Rain Models Released

PRELIMINARY FORECAST: Arctic Inside Slider To Move Through Parts of Arizona Later Tuesday into Mostly Wednesday; Snow and Rain Models Released

Back on February 18th, a Special Weather Statement was issued here at Arizona Weather Force on the arctic air-mass to move through the area, giving some of you rain, snow, wind, or a combination of either.  From here on out, Arizona Weather Force will take full control and head the forecast operations for this system for all of Arizona … […]

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Arctic Air Mass To Return Tuesday night into Wednesday For A Near Repeat Of Last Weather Pattern; Winter Storm Watch Issued For Mogollon Rim

Arctic Air Mass To Return Tuesday night into Wednesday For A Near Repeat Of Last Weather Pattern; Winter Storm Watch Issued For Mogollon Rim

Arizona Weather Force has issued a Special Weather Statement for a near repeat weather pattern from several days ago with lower snow-levels, gusty winds, and rainfall in an inside slider fashion with heavier snowfall for the Mogollon Rim, including Payson, Prescott, and Flagstaff and rain in the lower terrain so read on for details … The last storm system was […]

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Cold Storm System To Move Across Arizona On Tuesday; Wind Alerts Issued First

Cold Storm System To Move Across Arizona On Tuesday; Wind Alerts Issued First

Arizona Weather Force has issued a Wind Watch for the entire state for Tuesday, February 15th, 2022 as a cold Alaskan storm system moves directly across the state.  Read on for details … On February 9th, I released an article saying after Valentine’s Day the state would have a cold system move through, knocking those temperatures down and producing precipitation […]

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Long Range Outlook Projects Colder Storm System To Move Across Arizona After Valentine’s Day 2022; A Look At The 2022 Monsoon Season

Long Range Outlook Projects Colder Storm System To Move Across Arizona After Valentine’s Day 2022; A Look At The 2022 Monsoon Season

A flip of the weather patterns looks to be in the cards for the state of Arizona as the ridge of high pressure currently across the area finally breaks down and moves to the west along with the first outlook of your 2022 Monsoon Season, so read on for details … This is the first outlook of the system and […]

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Wednesday Storm/Wind Pattern To Split Arizona Into Two Atmospheres – 2-2-22

Wednesday Storm/Wind Pattern To Split Arizona Into Two Atmospheres – 2-2-22

Discussion: I will be touching on this more tomorrow, but what I do have for you is a system that will dive into Arizona on Wednesday, splitting the state into two separate weather events…   The Eastern half of Arizona will see some precipitation and mountain snow. We’re still a 2-3 days out so this will shift around some as […]

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Potent Upper Low To Move Across Arizona, Giving Higher Elevation Snow, and Gusty Winds Across The State; Snow and Wind Maps Inside

Potent Upper Low To Move Across Arizona, Giving Higher Elevation Snow, and Gusty Winds Across The State; Snow and Wind Maps Inside

A potent upper-level low dropping directly over the state will provide areas of higher elevation snowfall for some, gusty winds for others, both for some as well.  As always, it will depend where you are.  Read on for the AZWF wind/snow model for this event.  Some of you will see nothing as is with these cutoff systems.  The AZWF Member […]

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