Spring has officially begun in Arizona, but the season is bringing more than just blooming flowers and warmer weather.
According to a recent forecast by meteorologist Steven Sarabia, a big weather system is expected to hit the state, bringing with it the possibility of showers and snow in the mountains.
While Sunday and Monday may see a chance of showers in the high country, the real impact of the weather system won’t be felt until late Monday and Tuesday, when widespread rain is predicted for the valley.
The rain could potentially cause flooding in low water crossing areas that are already experiencing problems due to earlier flooding.
However, after Wednesday morning, the rain chances will decrease, and temperatures will start to warm up again.
The good news is that next weekend is not expected to bring any rain, so Arizonians can look forward to some sunshine and warmer temperatures.