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urgent - winter weather message
national weather service grand junction co
423 am mdt sat apr 25 2015
...another late season storm to affect eastern utah and western
colorado through monday morning...
.a strengthening storm will move through the great basin into the
central rockies...bringing snowfall to the highest elevations and
widespread rainfall elsewhere. this storm will not pack much cold
air and that lends uncertainty about how much snow will be able to
accumulate...even at elevations above 10,000 feet. thus...a
winter storm watch is in effect from late tonight through monday
morning for the grand mesa...west elk mountains...and western san
juan mountains above 10,000 feet.
coz009-012-018-019-252000-
/o.new.kgjt.ws.a.0010.150426t0600z-150427t1800z/
grand and battlement mesas-west elk and sawatch mountains-
northwest san juan mountains-southwest san juan mountains-
423 am mdt sat apr 25 2015
...winter storm watch in effect from late tonight through monday
morning above 10000 feet...
the national weather service in grand junction has issued a
winter storm watch above 10000 feet...which is in effect from
late tonight through monday morning.
* locations...the western san juan mountains...west elk mountains
and the grand mesa.
* timing...snowfall should start after midnight tonight with
accumulations of wet snow beginning early sunday morning over
the highest elevations.
* snow accumulation...from 2 to 6 inches with higher amounts
possible.
* snow level...snowfall is expected down to about 8500 feet...with
significant accumulations above 10,000 feet.
* winds...moderate southwest winds of 10 to 20 mph at mountaintop
level will shift to the northwest and north sunday night.
* visibility...reduced to less than one mile at times.
* impacts...roads over the higher mountain passes...including red
mountain and monarch passes...with become slushy...bringing the
potential of hazardous driving conditions.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm watch means there is a potential for significant
snow accumulations and/or blowing snow that may impact travel.
continue to monitor the latest forecasts.
&&
$$
wwus45 kpub 250956 cca
wswpub
067
urgent - winter weather message...corrected
national weather service pueblo co
356 am mdt sat apr 25 2015
coz072>075-079-080-082-251800-
/o.cor.kpub.ws.a.0014.150426t1500z-150428t0000z/
northern sangre de cristo mountains between 8500 and 11000 ft-
northern sangre de cristo mountains above 11000 feet-
southern sangre de cristo mountains between 7500 and 11000 ft-
southern sangre de cristo mountains above 11000 ft-
wet mountains between 6300 and 10000 ft-
wet mountains above 10000 ft-pikes peak above 11000 ft-
including...la veta pass...poncha pass...blanca peak...cuchara...
stonewall...weston...spanish peaks...rye...greenhorn mtn...
pikes peak
356 am mdt sat apr 25 2015
...winter storm watch in effect from sunday morning through
monday afternoon...
the national weather service in pueblo has issued a winter storm
watch...which is in effect from sunday morning through monday
afternoon.
* location...pikes peak...the sangre de cristo and wet mountain
ranges.
* cause and timing...an upper level storm system is forecast to
move across the desert southwest bringing heavy snowfall to the
eastern mountains...generally above 7000 feet.
* snow accumulation...12 to 16 inches with locally higher amounts.
* wind...northeast to east at 10 to 20 mph.
* impact...travel will be hazardous due to heavy snow...poor
visibilities and snow covered roads.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm watch is issued when there is the potential for
severe winter weather conditions to develop.
winter storms may have strong winds and reduced visibility due to
heavy snowfall and blowing snow. snow accumulations of over
6 inches across the plains and high valleys or over 8 inches in
the mountains may occur. if you are planning to travel in the
watch area during the time of the watch...listen to the latest
weather forecast and consider traveling at another time or by
another route. if you must travel in or through the watch area
during the time of the watch...take along a winter survival kit.
&&
$$

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