There has been some hope for a wetter than average winter due to the potential of El Nino establishing itself in the Pacific Ocean. Well, it still has not happened and the West has been under the influence of strong Pacific high pressure since 2015 began. NOAA's Climate Prediction Center tracks ENSO ( El Nino Southern Oscillation) and discusses it's progress in a monthly technical discussion. It was released on January 8th and you just have to look out the window to conclude that it hasn't come to fruition. The warm water is there but the atmospheric pattern has not latched on.
The National Weather Service in Flagstaff has compiled 2014 weather statistics for much of northern Arizona and the numbers aren't very good. Flagstaff recorded it 3rd warmest year since 1898 while Prescott recorded it's 1st warmest since 1948. It was also the 1st warmest year recorded for Winslow and 2nd warmest in Page. Flagstaff ended up with 20.67" of precipitation which is 95% of the yearly average. This is largely due to a wet monsoon.