Public Information Statement
Issued by NWS Grand Junction, CO

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
630 AM MST TUE DEC 23 2014

THE STRONG WINTER STORM THAT BEGAN SUNDAY MORNING AND GENERATED
AREAS OF HEAVY SNOWFALL AND BLOWING SNOW IN MANY MOUNTAIN AREAS
HAS DIMINISHED SIGNIFICANTLY EARLY THIS MORNING.

THE FOLLOWING ARE STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL ESTIMATES FOR THE MOUNTAINS OF
EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO GATHERED FROM SNOTEL OBSERVATION
SITES. AMOUNTS ARE AS OF 5 AM TUESDAY.

NORTHEAST UTAH MOUNTAINS:
4 TO 5 INCHES.
EASTERN TAVAPUTS:
    4 INCHES.
SOUTHEAST UTAH MOUNTAINS:
3 TO 6 INCHES.
NORTHWEST COLORADO MOUNTAINS:
    ELKHEADS AND PARK RANGE: 14 TO 30 INCHES, WITH 43 AT TOWER.
FLATTOPS: 13 TO 30 INCHES, WITH 33 AT BISON LAKE.
CENTRAL COLORADO MOUNTAINS:
GRAND MESA: 14 TO 20 INCHES.
GORE RANGE AND ELK MOUNTAINS: 13 TO 26 INCHES.
WEST ELKS AND SAWATCH RANGE: 10 TO 20 INCHES, WITH 28 AT SCHOFIELD PASS.
SOUTHWEST COLORADO MOUNTAINS:
UNCOMPAGHRE PLATEAU: 5 INCHES.
NORTHWEST SAN JUANS: 9 TO 20 INCHES.
SOUTHWEST SAN JUANS: 8 TO 17 INCHES, WITH 29 AT BEARTOWN.

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