A winter weather advisory for Tucson elapsed Saturday afternoon, the National Weather Service said, with skies clearing after morning rain and light snow.
Some areas received 1-to-3 inches of snow, Weather Service Meteorologist Jerald Meadows said. Reporting stations in Oracle and Corona de Tucson reported 3 inches. Vail reported 1 inch.
The winter advisory remained in effect until 5 p.m. for Cochise County, Meadows said.
Mount Lemmon could see 7 inches of snow before the front passes through, Tucson News Now First Alert Meteorologist Cuyler Diggs said.
Temperatures around Southern Arizona will fall into the 30s, Diggs said, as skies clear from west to east.
The Arizona Department of Transportation is advising drivers to be wary of winter storm conditions along northern Arizona highways.
The road to Mount Lemmon reopened this morning. For updates, call 547-7510.
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