Public Information Statement
Issued by NWS Grand Junction, CO

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
608 AM MDT THU OCT 2 2014

...LIGHT SNOW FALLS OVER THE MOUNTAINS OF EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN
COLORADO...

THE LATEST WEATHER DISTURBANCE AND COLD FRONT TO IMPACT EASTERN UTAH
AND WESTERN COLORADO, PRODUCED LIGHT SNOW ACROSS THE HIGHEST
ELEVATIONS.  MOST SNOWFALL HAD ENDED BY EARLY THURSDAY. AUTOMATED
SENSORS SCATTERED THROUGH THE MOUNTAINS AT ELEVATIONS ABOVE 8500
FEET, INDICATED THE FOLLOWING ESTIMATED AMOUNTS OF NEW SNOW:

ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS OF EASTERN UTAH,

UP TO 2 INCHES OF NEW SNOW HAD FALLEN.

ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS OF WESTERN COLORADO,

UP TO 6 INCHES FELL OVER THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS;

UP TO 4 INCHES OVER THE CENTRAL MOUNTAINS; AND

UP TO 3 INCHES WAS ESTIMATED TO HAVE FALLEN OVER THE SOUTHERN
MOUNTAINS.

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