Eastern Mogollon Rim

 Public Information Statement  Statement as of 7:25 PM MST on January 30, 2015


... Widespread precipitation across northern Arizona...

A very moist subtropical airmass has brought periods of mostly
rainfall to all of northern Arizona over the past 24 to 48 hours.
Below are reports received as of 6 PM MST Friday evening. Some
accumulating snow has fallen over the highest elevations generally
above 8000 feet and also portions of northeastern
Arizona.

********************Storm total rainfall********************

Location storm total time/date comments
                     rainfall of
                     /inches/ measurement

   Castle Hot Springs 1.95 700 PM 1/30
   Pine 1.75 405 PM 1/30
   2 NW Dewey-Humboldt 1.70 521 PM 1/30 Prescott Country Club.
   Payson (raws) 1.62 659 PM 1/30
   Williams 1.05 657 PM 1/30
   Flagstaff Airport 1.03 654 PM 1/30
   Window Rock Airport 0.83 655 PM 1/30
   Seligman 0.72 656 PM 1/30
   Show Low Airport 0.64 659 PM 1/30
   hopi (raws) 0.60 658 PM 1/30
   Sedona Airport 0.57 658 PM 1/30
   Prescott Airport 0.56 600 PM 1/30
   Bellemont NWS office 0.56 500 PM 1/30
   Grand Canyon Airport 0.48 600 PM 1/30
   Winslow Airport 0.47 600 PM 1/30
   Page Airport 0.41 655 PM 1/30
   phantom ranch 0.40 657 PM 1/30
   St. Johns Airport 0.37 600 PM 1/30


********************snowfall reports************************

Location storm total time/date comments
                     snowfall of
                     /inches/ measurement


   Sunrise Mountain 7.0 332 PM 1/30

   Grand Canyon N rim 6.0 636 PM 1/30



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