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A Cat With Grip

A NAIPTA Route 10 Mountain Line bus makes its way along a snow-packed street on during a snowstorm. Mountain Line buses have now been equipped with Insta Chain on-demand snow chain systems, which allow the drivers to deploy the chains while the bus is in motion.

At approximately 1:30 p.m. Monday afternoon the National Weather Service in Flagstaff issued a winter storm warning.

The warning is in effect for Flagstaff, Williams, Jacob Lake, Forest Lakes and Heber-Overgaard from Monday, Feb. 4 through Wednesday, Feb. 6.

The National Weather Service is warning of a extremely windy conditions, poor visibility and 6-12 inches of heavy snowfall above 6,000 feet.

Snow is expected to begin at 11 p.m. Monday and continue until 8 a.m. Wednesday. The heaviest of the snowfall is forecast for Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.  

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Doney Park could see anywhere from 8-12 inches, with Williams likely to see 7-11 inches. 

Due to severe weather conditions, NWS advises that those travelling to bring an extra flashlight and water in the vehicle in case of an emergency.

Up-to-date road conditions can be obtained by calling 511.  

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