Bellemont reported four inches of snow Sunday morning and Williams two as a cold front that produced rain and strong winds Saturday in the Flagstaff region turned to snow around midnight above 7,000 feet.
The National Weather Service says that accumulations of up to 4 inches are possible in the Flagstaff region by midday before the storm front moves off to the east. The greatest accumulations are projected for the White Mountains near Alpine.
The high today in Flagstaff is not expected to top 50 degrees, with an overnight low of 28 degrees in the forecast.
Sunny skies will return Monday, with a high of 61 degrees. The high by Wednesday is expected to reach 71 degrees.