Snowfall In The Forecast For Prescott This Week After Abnormally Dry Winter To Date

By Cindy Barks | Cindy_Barks

Originally Published: February 21, 2022 6:05 p.m.

A view of the snowy San Francisco Peaks from Watson Lake in Prescott earlier this month. The National Weather Service in Flagstaff has issued a Winter Storm Watch for areas above 5,000 feet Tuesday evening through Wednesday. Wind advisories are in effect through Tuesday. Rain/snow showers are possible, with the best chances Tuesday night through Wednesday. Drier conditions are expected to return midday Thursday, and cold temperatures Wednesday through Friday. (Karen Shaw/Courtesy photo)

A view of the snowy San Francisco Peaks from Watson Lake in Prescott earlier this month. The National Weather Service in Flagstaff has issued a Winter Storm Watch for areas above 5,000 feet Tuesday evening through Wednesday. Wind advisories are in effect through Tuesday. Rain/snow showers are possible, with the best chances Tuesday night through Wednesday. Drier conditions are expected to return midday Thursday, and cold temperatures Wednesday through Friday. (Karen Shaw/Courtesy photo)

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