Digging a snowpit on Taku Glacier, in Alaska to measure snowpack depth and density
Graph of changing Wyoming Snowpack
Flagstaff's eponymous flagstaff
The Bank Hotel, also known as the McMillan building, in 2012
Benches commemorating Flagstaff's traditional labor forces in Heritage Square
Local rock strata monument in Heritage Square of downtown Flagstaff
Köppen map of Arizona (Oregon State University, 2016)
1929 Baldwin Locomotive No. 12
Flagstaff's visitors center at the railroad depot
Weatherford Hotel with its pine cone and a countdown in December 2010
Northern Arizona University's Walkup Skydome and central campus
Flagstaff City Hall
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The north campus area of NAU, showing the Science and Health buildings (center) and the Liberal Arts building (bottom right)
Roadsigns in downtown Flagstaff
Flagstaff airport

Snowpack forms from layers of snow that accumulate in geographic regions and high elevations where the climate includes cold weather for extended periods during the year.

- Snowpack

However, due to the infrequent and scattered nature of the snowstorms, persistent snowpack into spring is rare.

- Flagstaff, Arizona
Digging a snowpit on Taku Glacier, in Alaska to measure snowpack depth and density

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