24/7 365

(928) 774-5231



Weather Updates

Latest News

Northern AZ News

Tornado Touches Down Causing Damage North Of Williams Monday


Read More News at >>

A tornado touched down north of Williams, in Junipine Estates Monday afternoon. The National Weather Service says the EF-1 tornado, with winds up to 100 miles-per-hour, ripped through area at around 1:30 p.m. Coconino County Sheriff’s officials say tornado caused damage to between eight-to-ten homes. Several trees were snapped in half in the area of Coyote and Wolf lanes. There are also many downed power lines from the storm. Around 200 customers were without power for a few hours and the storm also brought a large amount of hail that covered Highway 64 for a short time. Officials say there have been no injuries or deaths so far from the storm. District Three Supervisor Matt Ryan says, “at what we thought would be the end of the 2022 Monsoon Season, we must now once again pull together as a community to help our neighbors in need.” A temporary shelter has been set up by the American Red Cross at 636 South 7th Street in Williams.