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Rainy weather expected for the valley; snow in the high country

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A flash flood watch will be in effect Thursday through late Friday night for Maricopa, Yavapai, Gila and northwest Pinal counties.

With rain falling in the valley that can only mean one thing -- snow will soon be falling up north.  It's certainly going to be cold up there this weekend.  But just how much snow will the high country get?

Videos: FOX 10 team coverage from Dave Munsey, Jessica Flores and Ty Brennan.

City of Surprise offers free sand and bags to residents:
Vehicle Maintenance Yard, 16560 N. Dysart Road
Bell Road Lake (south side), 15105 W. Bell Road
South Plant (north gate), 11401 N. 136th Avenue
Water Well site, 16849 W. Jomax Road
Westgate city facility, 13430 W. Westgate Drive
Litchfield Yard, 17274 N. Litchfield Road
Old City Hall recycle bin site, 12425 W. Bell Road
Fire Station 302 recycle bin site, 18600 Reems Road
DreamCatcher Park recycle bin site, 14534  W.Tierra Buena
If you need assistance, call Public Works: 623-222-6000
www.surpriseaz.gov

 

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