Public Information Statement
Issued by NWS Grand Junction, CO

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
205 PM MST SUN NOV 2 2014

AN EARLY SEASON WINTER STORM IS AFFECTING THE MOUNTAINS OF WESTERN
COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH WITH SNOWFALL THIS AFTERNOON. THE NORTHERN
AND CENTRAL MOUNTAINS HAVE ONLY RECEIVED MARGINAL AMOUNTS OF AN INCH
OR TWO BASED ON ESTIMATES FROM AUTOMATED SENSORS. THE SOUTHERN
MOUNTAINS HAVE FARED BETTER, WITH ESTIMATED VALUES OF 3 TO 5 INCHES
THIS MORNING AND EARLY THIS AFTERNOON, WITH ISOLATED HIGHER AMOUNTS
NEAR BEARTOWN AND SPUD MOUNTAIN.

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING AROUND 10 AM SUNDAY. THE
VALUE IS RAINFALL OR WATER AMOUNTS IN SNOW.


WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR STATIONS:

CRAIG,                                   0.19.
DURANGO,                                 0.37.
GRAND JUNCTION,                          0.14.
MEEKER,                                  0.23.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

COLORADO NATIONAL MONUMENT,              0.38.
17 MILES WEST OF GLADE PARK,             0.30.
8 MILES EAST OF IGNACIO,                 0.14.
MESA VERDE NATIONAL PARK,                0.32.
OURAY,                                   0.24.
1 MILE EAST OF RANGELY,                  0.20.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

7 MILES NORTH OF BAYFIELD,               0.34.


CLIMATE REFERENCE NETWORK SITES OF WESTERN COLORADO:

8 MILES SOUTHEAST OF CORTEZ,             0.18.
2 MILES EAST OF DINOSAUR,                0.11.


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