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Hazardous Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Pueblo CO
1005 PM MST Fri Feb 15 2019

Western Mosquito Range/East Lake County Above 11000 Feet-
Leadville Vicinity/Lake County Below 11000 Feet-
Eastern Sawatch Mountains Above 11000 Feet-
Western Chaffee County Between 9000 and 11000 Feet-
Central Chaffee County Below 9000 Feet-
Western Mosquito Range/East Chaffee County Above 9000 Feet-
Saguache County West of Continental Divide Below 10000 Feet-
Saguache County East of Continental Divide Below 10000 Feet-
La Garita Mountains Above 10000 Feet-
Upper Rio Grande Valley/Eastern San Juan Mountains Below
10000 Feet-Eastern San Juan Mountains Above 10000 Feet-
Del Norte Vicinity/Northern San Luis Valley Below 8500 Feet-
Alamosa  Vicinity/Central San Luis Valley Below 8500 Feet-
Southern San Luis Valley-
Northern Sangre de Cristo Mountains Between 8500 And 11000 Feet-
Northern Sangre de Cristo Mountains Above 11000 Feet-
Southern Sangre de Cristo Mountains Between 7500 and 11000 Feet-
Southern Sangre de Cristo Mountains Above 11000 Feet-
Northwestern Fremont County Above 8500 Feet-
Western/Central Fremont County Below 8500 Feet-
Wet Mountain Valley Below 8500 Feet-
Wet Mountains between 6300 and 10000 Feet-
Wet Mountains Above 10000 Feet-
Teller County/Rampart Range Above 7500 Feet/Pikes Peak Between
7500 And 11000 Feet-Pikes Peak Above 11000 Feet-
Canon City Vicinity/Eastern Fremont County-
Northern El Paso County/Monument Ridge/Rampart Range Below
7500 Feet-
Colorado Springs Vicinity/Southern El Paso County/Rampart Range
Below 7400 Feet-Pueblo Vicinity/Pueblo County Below 6300 Feet-
Walsenburg Vicinity/Upper Huerfano River Basin Below 7500 Feet-
Trinidad Vicinity/Western Las Animas County Below 7500 Feet-
Crowley County-La Junta Vicinity/Otero County-
Eastern Las Animas County-Western Kiowa County-
Eastern Kiowa County-Las Animas Vicinity/Bent County-
Lamar Vicinity/Prowers County-Springfield Vicinity/Baca County-
1005 PM MST Fri Feb 15 2019

This hazardous weather outlook is for portions of central...east
central...south central and southeast Colorado.

.DAY ONE...Tonight

Another round of wind driven snow will move into the Continental
Divide overnight with the heaviest snow moving in after 2 AM.
Snowfall amounts of up to a couple inches will be possible by
Saturday morning with additional snowfall expected on Saturday.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Saturday through Thursday

Moderate to briefly heavy wind driven snow will continue through
Saturday morning across the mountains with amounts ranging from 3
to 10 inches along the Continental Divide. The heaviest of these
amounts will fall across the Sawatch range. Across the remainder
of the mountains and high valleys, local accumulations of an inch
or two will be possible.

Another round of accumulating snow and cold temperatures will
move in late Sunday and continue into Tuesday evening. Light to
moderate snow accumulations will be possible, especially over and
near the higher terrain. Temperatures are expected to be well
below seasonal levels early next week, with highs mainly in the
teens and 20s expected Monday and Tuesday.


Weather conditions that meet reporting criteria for spotters will be
possible along the Continental Divide late tonight.



Hazardous Weather Outlook...UPDATED
National Weather Service Goodland KS
707 PM MST Fri Feb 15 2019

Yuma County-Kit Carson County-Cheyenne County-Cheyenne-Rawlins-
Greeley-Wichita-Dundy-Hitchcock-Red Willow-
707 PM MST Fri Feb 15 2019 /807 PM CST Fri Feb 15 2019/

This hazardous weather outlook is for extreme southwest Nebraska...
northwest Kansas and east central Colorado.


Hazardous weather is not expected at this time.


Main concern for the extended forecast period will be wind chills
Monday morning and Tuesday morning. At this time, the forecast has
negative lower teens for the majority of the tri-state area.

Additionally, there is a slight chance of light snow on Saturday
with a better chance of accumulating snowfall between Sunday night
and Tuesday.


Spotter activation is not anticipated.


Hazardous Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Denver/Boulder CO
1041 AM MST Fri Feb 15 2019

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
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
Southeast Elbert County Below 6000 Feet/South Lincoln County-
Logan County-Washington County-Sedgwick County-Phillips County-
1041 AM MST Fri Feb 15 2019


This hazardous weather outlook is for northeast and north central

.DAY ONE...Today and Tonight

Isolated snow showers will continue over the high mountains late
this morning into early this afternoon, with little if any
additional accumulations. Snow will increase again later tonight
after midnight, with accumulations of 1 to 3 inches by sunrise.
Possible banding of snow may lead to localized heavier amounts.
Mountain travelers should be prepared for roads to become snow
covered in the early morning hours with travel delays possible.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Saturday through Thursday

Snow will continue in the mountains on Saturday with 4 to 8 inches
total accumulation expected. Winds will increase through the
morning Saturday creating some blowing snow and reduced visibility
over the higher mountain passes. Snow will decrease Sunday with
just light snow expected over the higher elevations. Chances of
light snow will continue into the beginning of next week for the
higher terrain while the plains are expected to remain dry through

For next week, temperatures will be on the cooler side for this
time of year with highs in the 20s and lows approaching the single
digits. There will also be a chance of snow Monday and again
Tuesday for the region.


Reports of snow will be appreciated.


Hazardous Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Grand Junction CO
404 AM MST Fri Feb 15 2019

Lower Yampa River Basin-Central Yampa River Basin-
Roan and Tavaputs Plateaus-Elkhead and Park Mountains-
Upper Yampa River Basin-Grand Valley-Debeque to Silt Corridor-
Central Colorado River Basin-Grand and Battlement Mesas-
Gore and Elk Mountains/Central Mountain Valleys-
Central Gunnison and Uncompahgre River Basin-
West Elk and Sawatch Mountains-Flat Tops-
Upper Gunnison River Valley-Uncompahgre Plateau and Dallas Divide-
Northwest San Juan Mountains-Southwest San Juan Mountains-
Paradox Valley/Lower Dolores River-
Four Corners/Upper Dolores River-Animas River Basin-
San Juan River Basin-Southeast Utah-Eastern Uinta Mountains-
Eastern Uinta Basin-Tavaputs Plateau-Arches/Grand Flat-
La Sal and Abajo Mountains-Canyonlands/Natural Bridges-
404 AM MST Fri Feb 15 2019

This hazardous weather outlook is for eastern Utah and western

.DAY ONE...Today and Tonight

Scattered snow showers are expected through this afternoon with
showers increasing again late tonight as another Pacific storm
system approaches. No significant snowfall accumulations are
expected through this evening. After midnight, snow showers will
increase across the northern and central mountains in western
Colorado with a few inches of new snow expected by early Saturday

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Saturday through Thursday

Cool and unsettled weather will continue through early next week
with temperatures dropping below normal over the weekend.


Spotter activation is not expected today or tonight, however
spotters are encouraged to report snowfall amounts to the
National Weather Service in Grand Junction.


Hazardous Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
320 AM MST Fri Feb 15 2019

Northwest Plateau-Chuska Mountains-Far Northwest Highlands-
Northwest Highlands-West Central Plateau-West Central Mountains-
West Central Highlands-Southwest Mountains-
San Francisco River Valley-San Juan Mountains-Jemez Mountains-
West Slopes Sangre de Cristo Mountains-
Northern Sangre de Cristos above 9500 feet/Red River-
Southern Sangre de Cristos above 9500 feet-
East Slopes Sangre de Cristo Mountains-Upper Rio Grande Valley-
Lower Chama River Valley-Santa Fe Metro Area-
Middle Rio Grande Valley/Albuquerque Metro Area-
Lower Rio Grande Valley-Sandia/Manzano Mountains-Estancia Valley-
Central Highlands-South Central Highlands-Upper Tularosa Valley-
South Central Mountains-Raton Ridge/Johnson Mesa-
Far Northeast Highlands-Northeast Highlands-Union County-
Harding County-Eastern San Miguel County-Guadalupe County-
Quay County-Curry County-Roosevelt County-De Baca County-
Chaves County Plains-Eastern Lincoln County-Southwest Chaves County-
320 AM MST Fri Feb 15 2019

This hazardous weather outlook is for portions of north and central
New Mexico.

.DAY ONE...Today and Tonight

Snow will taper off over the northern mountains this morning. Strong
west-northwest winds will then develop over eastern New Mexico where
gusts up to 50 mph are possible from near Clines Corners to Santa
Rosa, Fort Sumner, Tucumcari, Clovis, and Portales.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Saturday through Thursday

Another round of light snow will develop over far northwestern New
Mexico late tonight then spread east across the Continental Divide
into the northern mountains through Saturday afternoon. This next
system will be colder with 1 to 3 inches of snow possible in areas
like Gallup, Farmington, and Taos. The northern high terrain may pick
up 3 to 6 inches of snow with blowing snow and reduced visibility.
Eastern New Mexico will see another round of northwest winds with
gusts up to 50 mph Saturday afternoon.

A potentially significant winter storm is still on target for much of
northern and central New Mexico Monday and Tuesday. This system will
be even colder with the potential for widespread snow, blowing snow,
reduced visibility, and difficult travel.


Spotters are encouraged to report snowfall amounts through the
National Weather Service Albuquerque web site at
or by calling 1.888.386.7637.



Hazardous Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Dodge City KS
344 AM CST Fri Feb 15 2019

344 AM CST Fri Feb 15 2019 /244 AM MST Fri Feb 15 2019/

This hazardous weather outlook is for portions of central...south
central...southwest and west central Kansas.

.DAY ONE...Today and tonight.

Day 1 Discussion

A winter weather advisory is in effect through noon CST today. See
the winter weather message for further details.

Day 1 Hazards
* Freezing rain: Elevated risk
* Snow: Elevated risk

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Saturday through Thursday.

Days 2-7 Discussion

A mix of winter precipitation, mainly in the form of snow, will
be possible each day through Tuesday. Although details such as
potential snow accumulations remain uncertain at this point, travel
conditons may be impacted.

Days 2-7 Hazards
* Saturday
  - Excessive cold: Limited risk
  - Ice accumulation: Limited risk
  - Fire weather: Elevated risk

* Sunday
  - Excessive cold: Limited risk
  - Ice accumulation: Limited risk
  - Snow: Elevated risk

* Monday
  - Excessive cold: Limited risk
  - Snow: Limited risk

* Tuesday
  - Excessive cold: Limited risk
  - Snow: Elevated risk

* Wednesday
  - Excessive cold: Limited risk

* Thursday
  No hazards.


Spotter activation will not be needed through tonight.


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