Keely Jones, left, walks alongside her grandmother, Janie Stanford, in downtown Flagstaff during record rainfall last summer.

Flagstaff will be gearing up for a wet week starting Tuesday -- with some snow possibly in the mix as well.

The National Weather Service has plenty of moisture in the forecast for the next few days, with a 30 percent chance of rain on Tuesday ramping up to 80 percent that evening and a 90 percent chance on Wednesday. From there, the weather service is predicting the possibility of 2 to 4 inches of snow on Wednesday night and another half-inch or inch through Thursday.

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High temperatures will drop into the 40s for the bulk of the storm, with the low dipping into the upper 20s later in the week.

The Arizona Department of Transportation reminds drivers to be prepared for cold and icy conditions on the road, to slow down and leave extra space between vehicles, to give snowplows plenty of room to operate, and to pack an emergency kit in their vehicles. For more information, visit focusondriving.com/know-snow.

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