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Winter Storm Warning For Areas Above 5,000-Feet Extended Through Thursday Night With Several Additional Inches Of Snow Expected

A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect for areas above 5,000-feet through 11 p.m. as more snow is expected to fall on Northern Arizona. Forecasters say Flagstaff could see an additional ten-to-16 inches of snow, Munds Park 13-to-19 inches of snow, Kachina Village 11-to-17 inches and Doney Park six-to-ten inches of snow. Williams could get nine-to-15 additional inches of snow, while Prescott could see four-to-eight inches, Prescott Valley one-to-two inches and Sedona could see one-to-two inches of additional snow. Winds are expected to be 20-to-30 miles-per-hour with gusts up to 45 miles-per-hour at times. Officials say travel will be very difficult to impossible today, so if you have to travel, use caution, plan for extra time, and if weather conditions are severe, stay home.

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