Some minor accumulation from October storms still remained by November 1st, primarily above 10,800' on northern and shaded slopes. On November 3rd and 4th a storm deposited approximately 9" of snow near 10,800', then a smaller storm on November 9th resulted in 3" of accumulation.
On November 11th, Arizona Snowbowl reported a base of 14" and a season total of 16". Concurrently, Snowslide Canyon SNOTEL (9,700') reported snow water equivalent of 0.7" and a snow depth of 24". The SNOTEL has been reporting erratic snow depths, and the actual snow depth is probably closer to 6".
Since November 4th, ASBTP (11,500') recorded a low of 10°F on Nov. 4th and 10th, and a high of 40°F on Nov. 6th. For the same period, Snowslide Canyon SNOTEL(9,700') recorded a low of 8°F on on Nov. 11th and a high of 50°F on Nov. 5th.
Temperatures have been below average for this time of year. "Dry conditions continue Friday and Saturday, with a warming trend by Saturday. North through east winds Friday will become southwesterly on Saturday... Turning cooler with breezy southwest winds on Sunday, with a slight chance of rain and snow showers... dry on Monday and Tuesday, with light northerly winds [and] cooler than normal temperatures expected" -NWS Flagstaff