Most of the year, Arizona is home to warm temperatures and sunny skies. This Thanksgiving brought major weather changes to one city. A massive Sedona snow storm hit today.\nThe city's famously red rocks are covered in sheets of ice and thick blankets of fluffy, white snow. It's quite a sight to see!\nThis storm is also bringing high winds with speeds up to 40 mph, ice, and scattered showers. Weather Underground reports that snow is accumulating between three to five inches deep today in Sedona.\nEarly this morning, the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) announced that Interstate 40 and 17 were closed due to inclement weather conditions and heavy snowfall in higher elevations.\nAccording to KNAU Arizona Public Radio, I-40 is still closed down from the US 93 to Winslow east and westbound. There is no announcement yet when it will reopen to the public.\nA number of other roads have closed down too. The ADOT listed them as the SR 89 - A from miles 386 to 397, SR 87 NB from Payton to Winslow, and SR 260 EB from Camp Verde to SR 87.\nVisitors and locals seem to be making the most of the snowy conditions by taking pictures in the wintry surroundings.\nView this post on Instagram #snowing in #sedona #optoutside #azwx #exploreaz #hikeaz #hikearizona ##instagramaz #igarizona #arizonacollective #azfamily #fox10phoenix A post shared by Candice Hesson (@candice.hesson) on Nov 29, 2019 at 1:13pm PST\nTravelers are encouraged to wait out the storm if possible, which is expected to pass late tonight through Sunday morning on December 1.\nFor those who must drive, proceed with caution and use tire chains and check the forecast before making a trip. Red Rock News recommends planning in advance and bringing emergency supplies such as necessary medications and supplies and rescheduling appointments.\nView this post on Instagram The wait was soooooo worth it!!! After waiting over 10 years to see and experience a Dean Martin snow in Sedona... Yeah!!!!! ❄☃️ #SnowySedona #SedonaSnow #ThanksgivingSnow #Sedona A post shared by Daniel Wojta (@somethingepic1) on Nov 29, 2019 at 10:31am PST\nRain showers are expected to come as well, raising concerns about flooding for waterways at lower elevations.\nView this post on Instagram #sedona #epicsnow A post shared by Truong Ruby (@rubytrg) on Nov 29, 2019 at 1:12pm PST\nNarcity is following the story for additional information. Stay tuned for more updates.\nThere are stories everywhere! If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityUSA on Facebook and Instagram.