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Winter storms continue

The National Weather Service expects the New Year’s storm to sprinkle another 1-4 inches of snow above 6,000 feet and perhaps 4-8 inches of snow above 8,000 feet — but bring only rain to lower elevation areas like Payson.

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Storms deliver a wet blessing

Thirsty West enjoys nearly normal weather

A series of big winter storms has finally boosted the snowpack in California and the Rocky Mountains to near normal — for the first time in years.

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ADOT News - Winter Storm Advisory

As winter storm intensifies, be prepared for rain, wind and snow. Rain and wind gusts should turn overnight to light snow in high country

Storm expected to be short-lived

It’s been so mild this week one hardly needs a jacket. But don’t put away the winter clothes just yet — the National Weather Service says a storm from the Pacific will hit us today, Dec. 16.

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Storm blows through

A storm front this week interrupted a long, dry unseasonably warm spell in Rim Country.

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Storm Front

A sudden hailstorm Monday afternoon caught one driver by surprise, sending their vehicle careening off State Route 87 at milepost 260, north of Payson.

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Get ready for winter! (or at least fall)

Roundup editor Peter Aleshire took this picture of the Rim in snow last winter.

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Weird weather reported worldwide

Hot, wet, weird year — all across the country. Rim Country enjoyed one of its wettest monsoons on record, although the forecast calls for things to dry out for the rest of the week — with highs around 80.

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Rim Country sixth wettest monsoon since 1981

Rim Country has seen its sixth wettest monsoon since 1981. A normal monsoon in Payson delivers 5.45 inches of rain. This year, the area has received an average 8.88 inches.

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Hazardous Weather Outlook Includes Gila County

Expect low to moderate grade monsoon conditions this week. Isolated flash flooding will be the primary hazard. For more details, please see the update link in story and attached weekly weather briefing from the NWS Flagstaff office.

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Lightning strikes home in Ellison Creek

A home in Ellison Creek caught fire Thursday night after it was struck by lightning, damaging the electrical system and leaving burn marks throughout the home.

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Break in the weather

Get ready for more intensely beautiful sunsets as the forecast predicts a 20 percent chance of thunderstorms throughout the weekend.

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Payson hailstorm brewed in Africa

The mischievous monsoon continued this week, dumping hail on local golf courses, leaving them sparkly white. However, the storm skipped over many areas without doing much more than rearranging dust on cars.

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Deluge. Floodwaters close Tonto Creek and East Verde Estates Crossings

Tonto Creek and the East Verde flooded crossings, Green Valley Park lakes overflowed and even the ASU Sun Devils ran for cover.

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Monsoon Mayhem in Rim Country

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday the skies opened up with flashes and crashes of lightning and thunder that shook the foundations of buildings.

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Monsoon revives Payson's Rim Country

Storms batter Phoenix but tame Rim Country wildfires

The monsoon has gotten back on track, just in time to dampen a host of wildfires burning across Northern Arizona.

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Monsoon storms unleash fatal fury

Unsettled monsoon conditions have set in, mingling welcome moisture with deadly lightning strikes and a rash of new fires.

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Forecast suggests monsoon may soon resume

All of Gila County has slipped back into “severe drought” according to the U.S. Forest Service, extending the fire season and prompting the Tonto National Forest to leave fire restrictions clamped into place.

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Fire knocks out power in Tonto Basin

Residents praise quick response by firefighters and APS

A quick moving brush fire burned nearly 60 acres off State Route 188 Monday afternoon, knocking power off for hours to 1,100 residents. Some ended up sleeping outside until Arizona Public Service restored the power.

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Microburst blasts Rye

A microburst in Rye Tuesday night flipped a travel trailer and ripped the roof off a home in what residents said felt like a tornado tearing through the community.