A Wind Advisory has been issued for Northern Arizona as the first winter storm of the season approaches the state. The National Weather Service issued the advisory for the Sedona and Flagstaff area, as well as the Navajo and Hopi nations from 11 a.m. Monday through 5 a.m. Tuesday. The advisory will be in effect until 11 p.m. tonight for Cottonwood, Prescott and areas in the lower elevations. Winds are expected to be 20-to-30 miles per hour with winds gusting to 40-to-55 miles per hour at times. There could be gusts in wind-prone areas that reach 60-65 miles-per-hour. The front is expected to bring rain and snow showers to areas of Northern Arizona. Forecasters say less than inch of snow is expected to fall Monday night and into Tuesday morning in areas above 6,000-feet. Two-to-four inches of snow is expected for the San Francisco Peaks and the Kaibab Plateau. If you plan on traveling during Monday and Tuesday, keep an eye on the weather and use caution.