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Flagstaff Sees Historic Snowfall Thursday With More Snow To Come

It was a historic weather day for the City of Flagstaff. The city set a new, single-day, record for most snow fall on record at 35.9-inches of snow. Storm totals include: Kachina Village who has picked up 41 inches of snow so far, Flagstaff Airport is up to 37.4 inches now, 34.5 inches in Parks, Munds Park with 30 and East Flagstaff saw 28.6 inches of snow. Arizona Snowbowl picked up 30 inches of snow in the past day. In downtown Prescott they saw 22 inches of snow, 15 inches in Prescott Valley, 13 in Dewey-Humboldt. Schools in Flagstaff, Prescott and Prescott Valley are cancelled for Friday, as is Yavapai College, Embry-Riddle University, Coconino Community College and Northern Arizona University. The all-time record for a storm total for Flagstaff is 51-inches set in 1967 and we could get close today. A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect until 5 p.m. ADOT says if you don’t need to travel, stay home and don’t risk it.

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