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Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Grand Junction CO
1256 PM MST Sat Jan 14 2017

A moist southwest then southerly flow aloft has produced wintery conditions
over parts of western Colorado and eastern Utah since mid-day Thursday.
The following reports are preliminary and from both automated and manual
reports.

Northwest Colorado Mountains:
Elkhead and Park Ranges........7 to 13 inches, Tower reported 16 inches
Flat Tops......................2 to 7 inches, Bison Lake reported 11 inches

West Central Colorado Mountains:
Grand Mesa.....................7 to 10 inches, Park Res. reported 17 inches
Gore and Elk Ranges............T to 2 inches, Vail & Ind. Pass reported 4
West Elk and Sawatch Ranges....6 to 10 inches, Schofield Pass reported 18

Southwest Colorado Mountains:
Uncomphagre Plateau............7 to 9 inches
Northwest San Juan Mountains...6 to 9 inches
Southwest San Juan Mountains...8 to 18 inches

Eastern Utah Mountains:
Eastern Uintas.................T to 2 inches
Eastern Tavaputs...............9 to 11 inches
La Sal and Abajos..............4 to 10 inches

...Snowfall Reports...

Location                     Amount    Time/Date       Elevation (ft.)
Gothic                       14.0 in   0700 AM 01/14   9469
Clark 0.7 NW                 11.0 in   0700 AM 01/14   7221
Red Mountain Pass            8.0 in    0829 AM 01/14   11099
Molas Pass                   7.0 in    0835 AM 01/14   10913
Coal Bank Pass               7.0 in    0830 AM 01/14   10611
Irwin Ski Lodge              6.0 in    0408 PM 01/13   10400
Glenwood Springs 7.2 S       5.2 in    0730 AM 01/14   6914
2 NNW Rockwood               5.0 in    0645 AM 01/14   msg
Steamboat Springs 0.7 ESE    3.9 in    0700 AM 01/14   7049
Dinosaur Nat`l Mon - Quarry  3.5 in    0900 AM 01/14   4770
Jensen 0.4 WSW               3.2 in    0700 AM 01/14   4768
Steamboat Springs 1.2 SE     3.2 in    0615 AM 01/14   7075
Cimarron 11.2 S              3.0 in    0700 AM 01/14   8356
Dinosaur 0.3 SW              2.7 in    0730 AM 01/14   5872
Glenwood Springs 5.3 SSE     2.6 in    0700 AM 01/14   5942
5 W Vallecito                2.6 in    0700 AM 01/14   8228
Carbondale 4.6 NNE           2.3 in    0700 AM 01/14   6521
Bayfield 7.0 N               2.1 in    0700 AM 01/14   8200
5 SW Colona                  2.0 in    0900 AM 01/14   msg
Carbondale 5.7 E             1.8 in    0650 AM 01/14   6427
Avon 2N                      1.5 in    1243 PM 01/14   8200
17 W Glade Park              1.5 in    0800 AM 01/14   6385

Observations are collected from a variety of sources with varying
equipment and exposures. Not all data listed are considered official.

$$

NWS Grand Junction CO
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