A Wind Advisory will be in effect for Northern Arizona and a Red Flag Warning will be in effect for northeastern Arizona Monday as a strong cold front comes into the area. The National Weather Service says both will be in effect until 8 p.m. Areas in the Red Flag Warning including Winslow, Holbrook, the White Mountains and the eastern parts of the Navajo Nation in Arizona. Areas in the advisory include: Flagstaff, Prescott, the western portions of the Navajo Nation and the Grand Canyon. Forecasters say to expect to see winds 20-to-30 miles per hour, with wind gusts up to 50 miles an hour at times. Rain and snow showers are expected to begin by Monday night with snow levels above 6,000-feet. Flagstaff could see around two inches of snow by Wednesday. When the storm system moves out, we will see an immediate warmup. We could see highs in the 80s in Prescott and the 70s in Flagstaff by Friday. If you are traveling today, especially in a high-profile vehicle on open highways, use caution and if you are pulling a trailer, make sure your chains are up off the ground and don’t toss cigarettes out of the window.