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Arizona Continues to Face High Flood Risk Despite Latest Storm

The threat of flooding remains a major concern for Arizona, even as the latest storm moves towards the east.

Chief meteorologist Amber Sellins provides an update on the weather conditions, reporting that while the risk of flooding will begin to subside tomorrow, the state will continue to experience below-normal temperatures.

Tomorrow, there is a slight chance of isolated afternoon showers in the valley, with better chances for more spotty rain and snow showers across Northern and Eastern Arizona.

Futurecast indicates that spotty rain and snow showers will continue across Northern Arizona on Friday before conditions start to dry out heading into Saturday.

The state will experience breezy to windy conditions on Friday afternoon as another area of low pressure passes through the North.

Arizona’s temperatures will remain unusually cool for this time of year, with temperatures expected to be 10-15 degrees below normal.

The state is also facing freezing conditions tonight, with temperatures dropping to 15 degrees in Flagstaff, 27 degrees in Heber and Window Rock, 22 degrees in Hebrew, and 27 degrees in Winslow and Show Low.

The Valley forecast shows temperatures starting out in the 40s and reaching a high of 68 degrees in Phoenix around 4 PM tomorrow.

Meanwhile, normal temperatures for this time of year are around 80 degrees.

While high pressure will briefly build in next week, the state will face another low-pressure system by Wednesday and Thursday, bringing back rain and snow chances to Arizona.

The seven-day forecast predicts ups and downs, with the coolest days expected to be through the end of this week, and the warmest day being Tuesday.

As the risk of flooding continues across Arizona, residents are urged to remain vigilant and take necessary precautions to stay safe.

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