Wet winter leads to floods, snow

A winter storm Feb. 18 dumped a reported 10-14 inches of snow in the Williams area. (Loretta Yerian/WGCN)

A winter storm Feb. 18 dumped a reported 10-14 inches of snow in the Williams area. (Loretta Yerian/WGCN)

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The heaviest snowfall from a winter storm moving through northern Arizona has already fallen, though snow showers were expected through Feb. 19.

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Santa Fe Dam, south of Williams, fills to capacity and overflows Feb. 17. Several recent winter storms have increased flooding throughout northern Arizona. (Loretta Yerian/WGCN)

Feb. 18 Coconino County snow totals

Williams 10-14 in

Forest Lakes 21 in

Flagstaff Airport 14.5 in

Mountainaire 12-14 in

Munds Park 11-14 in

Kachina Village 11-13 in

Grand Canyon Village 9-10 in

Flagstaff 6-11 in

Bellemont (NWS Flagstaff) 6.9 in

Cosnino 6 in

Happy Jack 6 in

Ash Fork 4-5 in

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The National Weather Service reported Williams received 10-14 inches of snow Feb. 18. The Flagstaff airport has seen more than 14 inches of snow from the storm.

Six to eight inches have fallen in Payson, four inches in Show Low and four to seven inches in Prescott.

Meteorologist Nathan Lynum says another winter storm is expected to move through northern Arizona Feb. 21-22.

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