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Flagstaff is set to receive heavy rains, according to the National Weather Service. 

NWS stated that light precipitation could begin as early as Wednesday with steady rain moving into the region Thursday afternoon through early Friday morning. 

Water accumulation on roadways will lead to hazardous driving conditions as will winds that are predicted to gust up to 35 miles per hour. Flooding may also occur, NWS said. 

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Although snow levels will likely remain above 8,000 feet, Wednesday night could see light snow in addition to rain, however snow accumulation is forecast to be little to none. 

Thursday will see the worst of the rain, with a high of 45 degrees with and an 80% chance of rain showers as well as high winds. Rain will continue through the night and into Friday morning--little to no snow accumulation is expected. 

A 20-30% chance of rain and snow remains in effect through the end of the week and into the weekend.  

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