Taos: True and Improved
A brand new Taos in the making. Introducing The Blake, a slopeside getaway just steps from our iconic terrain. Plus expanded snowmaking and more
Storm delivered 14" of snow to Snowbowl, yay, finally! Sunrise reporting 8-10" Wednesday morning and still snowing. This was the second latest "first snow" in Flagstaff weather record keeping history. January 15, 2006 the only later date. Years that start this week traditionally don't turn out to be the best of seasons, as one would expect.
It has been a brutal run of dry weather will very little moisture in the past four months, being the driest period on record. This storm delivered quenching moisture to the land,...check out the totals.
Dry and unseasonably warm weather returns for the next 10 days or so. Next storm chances begin around 1/20.
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