Public Information Statement
Issued by NWS Grand Junction, CO

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
609 AM MST MON DEC 15 2014

THE LATEST EARLY WINTER STORM SYSTEM PRODUCED SIGNIFICANT SNOW OVER
THE MOUNTAINS OF EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO. LOOKING AT THE
48 HOUR PERIOD FROM 5 AM SATURDAY MORNING THROUGH 5 AM MONDAY
MORNING, ESTIMATED SNOWFALL AMOUNTS ARE AS FOLLOWS.

ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS OF NORTHWEST COLORADO, ESTIMATED SNOWFALL
AMOUNTS GENERALLY RANGED FROM 5 TO 12 INCHES, ALTHOUGH NEAR RABBIT
EARS PASS 17.8 INCHES WAS ESTIMATED TO HAVE FALLEN, AND AT THE DRY
LAKE SITE 15.4 INCHES WAS ESTIMATED.

ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS OF WEST CENTRAL COLORADO, NEW SNOW WAS
ESTIMATED AT 4 TO 10 INCHES, WITH 13.2 INCHES AT MCCOY PARK.

AND ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS OF SOUTHWEST COLORADO, NEW SNOW GENERALLY
RANGED FROM 4 TO 12 INCHES, WITH 13.2 INCHES ESTIMATED NEAR RED
MOUNTAIN PASS.

ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS OF NORTHEAST UTAH, NEW SNOW RANGED FROM 5 TO 8
INCHES.

AND ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS OF EAST CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST UTAH, 5 TO 10
INCHES OF NEW SNOW FELL, WITH 14.3 INCHES ESTIMATED AT LA SAL
MOUNTAIN.

THESE SNOW AMOUNTS ARE ESTIMATED BASED ON READINGS OBTAINED FROM
REMOTE SENSORS SCATTERED THROUGH THE MOUNTAINS OF EASTERN UTAH AND
WESTERN COLORADO. ALL SENSORS ARE LOCATED AT ELEVATIONS ABOVE 8200
FEET.

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