Another winter storm is making its way into Northern Arizona, but this one won’t pack as much of a punch as the one earlier this week did. The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory from noon until 11 p.m. Friday. The advisory is for areas above 6,000-feet, including Flagstaff, Williams and Doney Park. Snow levels are expected to drop to about 4,000-feet overnight Friday and into Saturday. This storm will bring strong winds, with gusts up to 35 miles per hour, which means there will be periods of blowing snow and near whiteout conditions. Four-to-six inches of snow could fall in Flagstaff, three-to-five inches in Williams and Doney Park could see between one-and-three inches. If you have to travel on Friday, keep your eyes on the weather. Conditions are expected to improve by Saturday afternoon.