We’ve seen a lack of precipitation throughout northern Arizona, but we aren’t as dry as we have been in recent months. As temperatures begin to warm up, Flagstaff remains abnormally dry. This doesn’t mean we won’t see any precipitation, though.

Over the next few days, we will see warm and mild temperatures across the state. Today, we saw temperatures in the mid 50s, and tomorrow we will go up to 60 degrees as the warming trend continues. However, Sunay will see a 30% chance of rain and snow showers as temperatures dip down a bit. Just as quickly as it comes, though, the precipitation will disappear as the state warms back up on Monday.