Arizona Snow Report

June 22 2024
Snowpack Snowfall Totals Forecasts

Arizona SNOW REPORT

June 22 2024


Coronado Trail, perched at an elevation of 8,400 ft., is currently experiencing some of the coldest temps in Arizona with air temps last recorded at 73 degrees.

SNOWPACK DISTRIBUTION

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RECENT SNOWFALL TOTALS

Snowpack conditions in Arizona vary across different mountain ranges, contributing to crucial water resources in the state. The San Francisco Peaks, located in northern Arizona, often have the highest snow accumulation. The watershed formed by the peaks feeds into the Verde and Salt rivers, which provide water for agriculture and communities. The White Mountains in eastern Arizona also contribute significantly to the state's snowpack, feeding the Little Colorado River watershed. Winter climate in Arizona is typically mild, with occasional storms bringing snow to higher elevations. Interestingly, Arizona's snowfall has been studied for centuries, with Native American tribes recording snowfall patterns and early European settlers conducting scientific observations. Today, snow science plays a vital role in predicting water availability and managing water resources in the arid state. Multiple sources, including the National Weather Service and the Arizona Department of Water Resources, can provide more detailed and up-to-date information.





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