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Rainy & snowy Saturday

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Courtesy Natalie Neztsosie Courtesy Natalie Neztsosie

Football games, soccer tournaments and parades have all been cancelled after a strong storm system left Arizona a soggy mess, but forecasters say the state can expect more rain and snow through the weekend.
 
Flood waters started to recede in some areas late Friday after a day of record rainfall, but a flood watch remained in effect through midday Saturday for much of south-central Arizona.
 
Winter weather advisories were also issued by the National Weather Service for the Flagstaff and Grand Canyon areas.
 
Nearly an inch and a quarter of rain fell in Phoenix by Friday evening, marking a new daily record.
 
In Tucson, power outages were reported and firefighters recovered the body of a man who was swept away by high water in the Santa Cruz River.

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