Northern Arizona received massive amounts of snow when a powerful Pacific storm system swept across the state Thursday and Friday. Leaving behind some impressive snow totals. Flagstaff up the hill from Sedona generally 36" to 48" That's above 7000'. Sedona came in at 14" to 18" that's from 4000' to 4700'. It's probably been 20 years or more since a winter storm of this magnitude has hit the state.
A short break in the clouds brightened the place up while the next wave of snow approached. Shot in Sedona Arizona USA on 2-22-2019.