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North Valley sees freezing weather over holiday week

12/30/2015

NORTH VALLEY – The North Valley has had an unusually cold December, with temperatures dropping to freezing levels multiple times. Freeze warnings have been periodically in effect over the last week. Temperatures are forecasted to rise somewhat this week, but rain and colder weather is predicted for next week.

Low temps are predicted to be high 30s to low 40s this week. Remember to cover delicate plants and wrap pipes to help prevent freezing on the colder nights.

If you haven’t had a chance to see snow yet this year, snow has been forecasted for next week in Flagstaff. See tips for visiting and good locations for fun in the snow at www.flagstaffarizona.org/winter-recreation/snowplay-map. See azdot.gov/KnowSnow for winter driving tips and more information.

Next week may bring more rain into the local forecast. The Valley is having a colder, wetter winter than normal. This December, over half an inch of rain has been recorded in Northeast Valley rain logs.