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‘Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the region,
Rainfall will start, around Monday, the evening.
A Pacific trough bringeth both moisture and cooling,
That will set Rudolph, and Santa a droolin.’
Snow will be present, but only for peasants,
That live at the heights above six-thousand footsies.
Temps will be tumbling through Yule-tide and later,
So look for snow flurries, in our little hamlet.
Friday, yes Friday! Another trough cometh!
This will bring more, of the silly soft stuff.
So you better watch out, naughty or nice,
For roads might just well be,
Covered in ice.
Additional notes for the weather nuts out there:
Have a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS! I am.
He’s a poet, but you wouldn’t know it.
Mark Sinclair, Ph.D.
Department of Silly Rhymes, College of Aviation
Here are a few items to make sure you have packed in your vehicle with the upcoming winter weather this week. Snow is forecast to begin tonight for elevations above 6,000 - 6,500 feet in northern Arizona. #azwx pic.twitter.com/rCS9Yrcmac
Here are a few items to make sure you have packed in your vehicle with the upcoming winter weather this week. Snow is forecast to begin tonight for elevations above 6,000 - 6,500 feet in northern Arizona. #azwx pic.twitter.com/rCS9Yrcmac— NWS Flagstaff (@NWSFlagstaff) December 23, 2019
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