Public Information Statement
Issued by NWS Grand Junction, CO

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
1013 AM MST WED MAR 4 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY STORM SUMMARIES FROM WESTERN COLORADO
AND EASTERN UTAH. THIS LONG TERM AND COMPLEX WINTER STORM BEGAN
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, AND ENDED THIS MORNING, MARCH 4.

THE FOLLOWING VALUES ARE ESTIMATED AND MOSTLY OBTAINED FROM
AUTOMATED SENSORS CALLED SNOTELS. THESE ARE FOLLOWED BY THE AREAS
HIGHEST VALUE AND ITS LOCATION.

EASTERN UNITA MOUNTAINS:   8 TO 20 INCHES
              MOSBY MTN:        20 INCHES

TAVAPUTS PLATEAU (UTAH):  24 TO 28 INCHES
        EAST WILLOW CRK:        27 INCHES

LA SAL AND ABAJO MTNS:    20 TO 52 INCHES
       BUCKBOARD FLAT:          52 INCHES

ELKHEAD AND PARK MTNS:    12 TO 36 INCHES
         WHISKEY PARK:          36 INCHES

FLATTOP MOUNTAINS:        17 TO 50 INCHES
       BISON LAKE:              50 INCHES

GRAND & BATTLEMENT MESAS: 20 TO 48 INCHES
                PARK RES:       48 INCHES

GORE AND ELK MOUNTAINS:   14 TO 25 INCHES
              SNOWMASS:         25 INCHES

WEST ELK & SAWATCH MTNS:  15 TO 66 INCHES
         SCHOFIELD PASS:        66 INCHES

UNCOMPAHGRE PLATEAU:      40 TO 45 INCHES
     COLUMBINE PASS:            43 INCHES

NORTHWEST SAN JUAN MTNS:  20 TO 38 INCHES
           RED MTN PASS:        38 INCHES

SOUTHWEST SAN JUAN MTNS:  17 TO 50 INCHES
             WOLF CREEK:        50 INCHES

$$

TGJT



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