A cold front moving through Flagstaff after 11 a.m. today will bring with it a good chance of snow down to 6,500 feet along with gusty winds.
That's according to the National Weather Service in Bellemont, which is forecasting a line of thunderstorms accompanying the front when it arrives in the Flagstaff region around midday.
The chance of rain and snow is 60 percent today and the high will reach just 51 degrees in Flagstaff.
A snow accumulation of several inches is possible down to 7,500 to 8,000 feet.
Skies will clear tonight, with the mercury dropping to 27 degrees.
-- Sun staff reports