November 30 marked the first snow day for the 2018-2019 school year. Snowbowl received 12 inches, while Pulliam airport received 6 inches. Flagstaff was transformed into a winter wonderland, with just a little hassle for commuters in the morning. Send your snow day photos to
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Their First Snowman
Northern Arizona University freshmen Chloe Smith (left) and Oliver Pickering enjoy their first snowstorm by building a snowman Friday morning on the NAU campus.
Breaking Out The Bored
Northern Arizona University freshmen Davis Anderson (left) and Selma Peper enjoy the snowy weather, Friday morning snowboarding on Northern Arizona University’s North Quad.
The Flagstaff Experience
A Northern Arizona University tour group huddles together in central campus Friday morning to keep warm as they finish the tour.
Snow flocked trees create a magical backdrop early Friday morning as Cheshire resident Terry Packer works to clear his driveway. The first of a pair of winter storms dropped more than four inches of snow on Flagstaff over night. A second storm is projected to bring 2 to 4 more inches of snow to the area on Saturday.
More Snow On The Way
Terry Packer clears his driveway after the first of a pair of winter storms dropped more than four inches of snow overnight. A second storm brought more snow over the weekend.
Digging Out from Round One
Bruce McGuckin uses a snow blower to clear snow from the sidewalk surrounding his Cheshire home Friday morning after the first of two winter storms dropped more than four inches of snow in Cheshire overnight.
Signs of a Snow Day
A school crossing sign sits covered in snow on Highway 180 Friday morning after the first winter storm of the year dropped enough snow for the Flagstaff Unified School District to call a snow day that canceled school across the district.