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Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Grand Junction CO
106 PM MST Mon Feb 20 2017

The weekend Pacific storm left some new snowfall in the mountains of
western Colorado and eastern Utah. Amounts obtained from automated
sensors were generally 3 to 6 inches, with up to 11 in the Abojo
Mountains.

...Snowfall Reports...

Location                     Amount    Time/Date       Elevation (ft.)
Cedaredge 10.5 NNW           9.3 in    0800 AM 02/20   10399
5 W Vallecito                6.7 in    0700 AM 02/20   8228
Bayfield 7.0 N               5.0 in    0700 AM 02/20   8200
Vail 2.6 E                   4.2 in    0700 AM 02/20   8389
Vail 0.9 WNW                 3.9 in    0700 AM 02/20   8172
Gothic                       3.0 in    0700 AM 02/20   9469
Black Canyon Visitor Center  2.6 in    0901 AM 02/20   8151
Durango 0.8 SSW              2.2 in    0700 AM 02/20   6624
Cortez 11nw                  2.0 in    0700 AM 02/20   6598
Avon 2N                      2.0 in    0600 AM 02/20   8200
Montrose 7.3 ENE             1.7 in    0700 AM 02/20   6914
Clark 0.7 NW                 1.5 in    0700 AM 02/20   7221

Observations are collected from a variety of sources with varying
equipment and exposures. Not all data listed are considered official.

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NWS Grand Junction CO
IRIS System


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