Arizona warms after many locations dip well below freezing
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Arizona will see drier, warmer weather early this week.
That’s after many locations dipped well below freezing Sunday night. The low was negative 12 degrees in Bellemont, which is west of Flagstaff. Window Rock was negative 8 degrees. Winslow and Prescott were at 18 degrees.
Temperatures were around freezing in the desert regions.
The weather is expected to be dry Monday through Wednesday, warming gradually to near normal temperatures.
The National Weather Service says there’s a slight chance of rain and snow in Coconino and Yavapai counties Wednesday night.
The chances for precipitation go up Thursday and Friday with snow in the high country and widespread showers across the state’s desert regions.
Dry weather returns over the weekend.