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Hazardous Weather Outlook

HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
1056 AM MDT SAT APR 25 2015

COZ030>051-261700-
JACKSON COUNTY BELOW 9000 FEET-
WEST JACKSON AND WEST GRAND COUNTIES ABOVE 9000 FEET-
GRAND AND SUMMIT COUNTIES BELOW 9000 FEET-
SOUTH AND EAST JACKSON/LARIMER/NORTH AND NORTHEAST GRAND/
NORTHWEST BOULDER COUNTIES ABOVE 9000 FEET-
SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST GRAND/WEST CENTRAL AND SOUTHWEST BOULDER/
GILPIN/CLEAR CREEK/SUMMIT/NORTH AND WEST PARK COUNTIES ABOVE
9000 FEET-LARIMER AND BOULDER COUNTIES BETWEEN 6000 AND 9000 FEET-
JEFFERSON AND WEST DOUGLAS COUNTIES ABOVE 6000 FEET/GILPIN/CLEAR
CREEK/NORTHEAST PARK COUNTIES BELOW 9000 FEET-
CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST PARK COUNTY-
LARIMER COUNTY BELOW 6000 FEET/NORTHWEST WELD COUNTY-
BOULDER AND JEFFERSON COUNTIES BELOW 6000 FEET/WEST BROOMFIELD
COUNTY-
NORTH DOUGLAS COUNTY BELOW 6000 FEET/DENVER/WEST ADAMS AND
ARAPAHOE COUNTIES/EAST BROOMFIELD COUNTY-
ELBERT/CENTRAL AND EAST DOUGLAS COUNTIES ABOVE 6000 FEET-
NORTHEAST WELD COUNTY-CENTRAL AND SOUTH WELD COUNTY-MORGAN COUNTY-
CENTRAL AND EAST ADAMS AND ARAPAHOE COUNTIES-
NORTH AND NORTHEAST ELBERT COUNTY BELOW 6000 FEET/NORTH LINCOLN
COUNTY-
SOUTHEAST ELBERT COUNTY BELOW 6000 FEET/SOUTH LINCOLN COUNTY-
LOGAN COUNTY-WASHINGTON COUNTY-SEDGWICK COUNTY-PHILLIPS COUNTY-
1056 AM MDT SAT APR 25 2015

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR NORTHEAST AND NORTH CENTRAL
COLORADO.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT

A PACIFIC SYSTEM WILL PRODUCE SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS
OVER THE MOUNTAINS LATE THIS MORNING AND EARLY AFTERNOON. THE
SHOWERS AND STORMS WILL SPREAD EASTWARD DURING THE LATE AFTERNOON
AND EVENING HOURS. STORMS WILL BE STRONGER LATE THIS AFTERNOON
AND EVENING OVER THE EASTERN PLAINS WHERE SMALL HAIL AND 40 MPH
WIND GUSTS WILL BE POSSIBLE. AS THE PACIFIC SYSTEM MOVES INTO THE
SOUTHERN ROCKIES TONIGHT...AN EASTERLY FLOW WILL INCREASE MOISTURE
AND BRING AREAS OF FOG...RAIN AND DRIZZLE LATE TONIGHT. SNOW
LEVELS MAY LOWER TO 8500 FEET TONIGHT WITH A FEW INCHES OF
ACCUMULATION...BUT THIS WILL BE SPOTTY DUE TO THE CONVECTIVE
NATURE.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...SUNDAY THROUGH FRIDAY

RAIN AND MOUNTAIN SNOW WILL BECOME WIDESPREAD SUNDAY AND SUNDAY
NIGHT AS THE STORM SYSTEM MOVES ACROSS THE SOUTHERN ROCKIES.
ACCUMULATING SNOWFALL WILL LIKELY LOWER INTO THE FRONT RANGE
FOOTHILLS SUNDAY NIGHT AND MONDAY...BUT PRECIPITATION WILL REMAIN
IN THE FORM OF RAIN ON THE PLAINS. ELEVATIONS ABOVE 9500 FEET
COULD SEE SNOW TOTALS THROUGH MONDAY IN EXCESS OF 1 FOOT...WHILE
FOOTHILL LOCATIONS ABOVE 8000 FEET MAY SEE 4 TO AS MUCH AS 10
INCHES OF SNOWFALL FROM SUNDAY NIGHT THROUGH MONDAY MORNING. COOL
CONDITIONS AND SCATTERED SHOWERS WILL LINGER BEHIND THIS STORM
SYSTEM MONDAY AFTERNOON...WITH ONLY A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS ON
TUESDAY. MAINLY DRY AND WARMER CONDITIONS ARE IN STORE FOR LATER
IN THE WEEK BENEATH A RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

SPOTTER ACTIVATION WILL NOT BE NEEDED TODAY OR TONIGHT.

$$

KRIEDERMAN/BARJENBRUCH



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