Public Information Statement
Issued by NWS Grand Junction, CO

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
810 PM MST SUN DEC 21 2014

A MOIST NORTHWEST FLOW FROM THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST GENERATED AREAS OF
MODERATE TO HEAVY SNOW WITH BLOWING SNOW AS WELL.  THIS CURRENT
STORM STARTED SUNDAY MORNING AND WILL CONTINUE THROUGH MONDAY
EVENING.  THE FOLLOWING ARE SOME SNOWFALL ESTIMATES FROM TODAY FOR
THE MOUNTAINS OF EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO AS MEASURED FROM
SNOTEL OBSERVATION SITES.  AMOUNTS ARE AS OF 6 PM SUNDAY.

NORTHEAST UTAH MOUNTAINS:
2 TO 4 INCHES.
SOUTHEAST UTAH MOUNTAINS:
NONE.
NORTHWEST COLORADO MOUNTAINS:
ELKHEADS AND PARK RANGE: 8 TO 16 INCHES, 19 AT TOWER.
FLATTOPS: 5 TO 10 INCHES.
CENTRAL COLORADO MOUNTAINS:
GRAND MESA: 2 TO 4 INCHES.
GORE RANGE AND ELK MOUNTAINS: 2 TO 6 INCHES.
WEST ELKS AND SAWATCH RANGE: 3 TO 7 INCHES.
SOUTHWEST COLORADO MOUNTAINS:
UNCOMPAGHRE PLATEAU: TRACE AMTS OR NONE AT COLUMBINE PASS.
NORTHWEST SAN JUANS: 2 TO 4 INCHES.
SOUTHWEST SAN JUANS: 3 TO 6 INCHES.

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MDA



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