KINGMAN - Say it ain't snow.
The National Weather Service's Las Vegas office has issued a winter weather advisory for Mohave County with experts saying they have "high confidence" areas of the county at elevations of 3,000 feet or more will get snow.
Kingman is at about 3,300 feet elevation and one to three inches are predicted to fall in the overnight hours.
The service said a cold and fast-moving Pacific storm will bring much lower temperatures and strong gusty southwest winds reaching over 40 mph in the desert.
Elevations higher than 5,000 feet could receive up to three to six inches of snow, including the Hualapai Mountains and especially the Grand Canyon, according to the service.
The weather advisory will be in effect from 3 a.m.to 1 p.m. Monday. The high on Monday is expected to reach 49 with a low of 29. Tuesday will be a little warmer with a high of 55 and low of 36. Friday's high is predicted to hit 70.