The majority of snow deposited by the storms in early and mid-November, (specifically November 3rd, 4th, 9th and 16th), has melted or sublimated. Approximately 3-6" of snow remains below treeline on mostly north and west aspects and some areas in the Humphrey's cirque have similar amounts of hardened and wind compacted snow.
On December 2nd, Arizona Snowbowl reported a season total of 18". The Snowslide Canyon SNOTEL (9,700') is reporting a season total of 24" with a current depth of 4".
Since November 25th, ASBTP (11,500') has been reading only intermittently, with a recorded a low of 20°F on Nov. 29th, and a high of 43°F on Nov. 30th. For the same period, Snowslide Canyon SNOTEL(9,700') recorded a low of 11°F on on Nov. 25th and a high of 44°F on Nov. 26th.
A small short wave trough is expected to impact the northern Arizona region this weekend, as a larger system winds its way down the Pacific coast. Little accumulation is expected, as the majority of the precipitation looks to be headed north. The system will continue to cause unsettled weather throughout the week as it crosses Utah and Colorado.
Wind has dominated the weather on the San Francisco Peaks over the past two weeks, and conditions associated with this coming storm will likely be no expectation. Winds yesterday on the Humphrey's/Agassiz ridgeline gusted to approximately 40mph and may reach as high as 50 mph before any expected precipitation hits this weekend. Perhaps 1" - 2" of snow will accumulate beginning Saturday evening and stretching into Sunday.
In the week ahead we will see rising temperatures with a chance of moisture by mid-week, but significant accumulation is not expected.