Flagstaff’s record snowstorm last February made the National Weather Service’s “Significant Climate Anomalies” list for 2019. The 35.9-inches of snow that fell between February 20th and 22nd left its mark on the city. Both the City of Flagstaff and Coconino County declared states of emergency, which closed city and county offices until the city could dig out from the over three feet of snow that fell. The total from the storm measured almost 41 inches of snow. Also mentioned on the list was Hurricane’s Barry and Dorian, record flooding along Midwestern rivers, California wildfires and an arctic outbreak that saw all-time record low temperatures fall in Illinois and Iowa.