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Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Grand Junction CO
230 PM MDT Tue Apr 4 2017

A springtime snowstorm that began Monday afternoon is winding down this
afternoon, with lingering snow showers in the area.

The central and southern Colorado mountains generally received 2 to 6
inches of new snowfall with this storm. However, the Pagosa Springs area
received 5 to 8 inches of new snow. Automated sensors near Vallecito
reported an estimated 9 inches, and 12 inches near Weminuche Creek.

...Snowfall Reports...

Location                     Amount    Time/Date       Elevation (ft.)
Cedaredge 10.5 NNW           8.0 in    0800 AM 04/04   10399
5 W Vallecito                7.5 in    0700 AM 04/04   8228
Pagosa Springs 1.6 SSW       7.4 in    0800 AM 04/04   7401
Powderhorn 4.4 NNE           6.1 in    0800 AM 04/04   9065
Bayfield 7.0 N               6.0 in    0700 AM 04/04   8200
Ouray Spotter                5.6 in    0734 AM 04/04   7727
Ouray .23 NNW                5.6 in    0734 AM 04/04   7728
Pagosa Springs 2.5 W         5.5 in    0600 AM 04/04   7566
Ouray                        5.0 in    0855 AM 04/04   7801
Bayfield 7N                  4.2 in    0700 AM 04/04   7460
Ignacio Spotter              3.8 in    0700 AM 04/04   6562
Durango 4.9 ESE              3.5 in    0700 AM 04/04   7123
Hesperus 4.9 SE              3.5 in    0700 AM 04/04   7202
Bayfield 0.6 WSW             3.4 in    0700 AM 04/04   6932
5 SW Colona                  3.3 in    0900 AM 04/04   7828
Durango 4.8 WSW              3.1 in    0700 AM 04/04   7430
Cimarron 11.2 S              3.0 in    0700 AM 04/04   8356
Durango 8.5 SSE              2.8 in    0700 AM 04/04   6795
Ridgway                      2.5 in    0845 AM 04/04   6995
Ridgway 3.3 NNW              2.5 in    0654 AM 04/04   7623
Vail 0.9 WNW                 2.3 in    0700 AM 04/04   8172
Vail 2.6 E                   2.1 in    0700 AM 04/04   8389
Dolores 4.8 ENE              2.1 in    0700 AM 04/04   7132
3 SW Colona                  2.0 in    0900 AM 04/04   7444
3 WNW Mancos                 2.0 in    0900 AM 04/04   7050
Doyleville 2.1 W             2.0 in    0818 AM 04/04   8134
Mesa Verde National Park Coo 2.0 in    0700 AM 04/04   7070
Pitkin County (ham)          2.0 in    0700 AM 04/04   9259
Avon 2N                      2.0 in    0600 AM 04/04   8200
Gunnison Coop                1.8 in    0800 AM 04/04   7640
Redmesa 4.2 NW               1.6 in    0800 AM 04/04   6771
Pagosa Springs 15.0 SSE      1.5 in    0800 AM 04/04   7408
Hesperus 14.1 SSW            1.5 in    0800 AM 04/04   6628
Durango 10 NNE               1.5 in    0700 AM 04/04   6650
Hesperus 13.3 SSW            1.4 in    0715 AM 04/04   6686
Durango 0.8 SSW              1.3 in    0700 AM 04/04   6624
Durango 7.1 N                1.2 in    0815 AM 04/04   6575
Basalt 5.8 E                 1.2 in    0700 AM 04/04   7164

Observations are collected from a variety of sources with varying
equipment and exposures. We thank all volunteer weather observers
for their dedication. Not all data listed are considered official.

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