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special weather statement
national weather service grand junction co
246 pm mdt wed mar 29 2017

coz001>014-017>023-utz022-024-025-027>029-300900-
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 basin-
tavaputs plateau-arches/grand flat-la sal and abajo mountains-
canyonlands/natural bridges-
including the cities of rangely, dinosaur, craig, hayden, meeker, 
rio blanco, columbine, hahns peak, toponas, steamboat springs, 
grand junction, fruita, palisade, collbran, de beque, new castle, 
mesa, parachute, rifle, silt, eagle, edwards, glenwood springs, 
carbondale, basalt, skyway, aspen, vail, snowmass, montrose, 
hotchkiss, delta, crested butte, taylor park, marble, buford, 
trappers lake, gunnison, cimarron, ridgway, glade park, 
telluride, ouray, lake city, silverton, rico, hesperus, gateway, 
nucla, cortez, dove creek, mancos, durango, bayfield, ignacio, 
pagosa springs, blanding, bluff, mexican hat, vernal, jensen, 
ballard, fort duchesne, randlett, moab, castle valley, 
thompson springs, monticello, canyonlands national park, 
dead horse point state park, and fry canyon
246 pm mdt wed mar 29 2017

...developing spring storm to impact eastern utah and western 
colorado thursday night through early saturday....

another strong spring storm will move across the great basin and 
into the four corners area thursday night and friday. the storm is
expected to briefly stall friday afternoon, before shifting east 
southeast across new mexico friday night. 

moisture and colder air associated with this system may bring
widespread rain and snow to much of eastern utah and western 
colorado thursday night through early saturday morning. snow 
levels will vary throughout the storm with the best accumulating 
snow expected to fall at elevations above 9000 feet. moderate to 
heavy snowfall accumulations will be possible for the higher
mountains with cold rain or rain mixed with snow possible over 
the lower valleys.

this is a developing storm and conditions may rapidly change from
warm and dry weather to much colder temperatures with rain and 
snow falling in just a few hours. be sure to check the latest 
weather forecast by listening to your favorite media outlet or 
visiting our website at weather.gov/gjt. 

$$
wwus85 kpub 292118 cca
spspub
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special weather statement...corrected
national weather service pueblo co
318 pm mdt wed mar 29 2017

coz058>089-093>099-300930-
western mosquito range/east lake county above 11000 ft-
leadville vicinity/lake county below 11000 ft-
eastern sawatch mountains above 11000 ft-
western chaffee county between 9000 and 11000 ft-
central chaffee county below 9000 ft-
western mosquito range/east chaffee county above 9000ft-
saguache county west of continental divide below 10000 ft-
saguache county east of continental divide below 10000 ft-
la garita mountains above 10000 ft-
upper rio grande valley/eastern san juan mountains below 10000 ft-
eastern san juan mountains above 10000 ft-
del norte vicinity/northern san luis valley below 8500 ft-
alamosa  vicinity/central san luis valley below 8500 ft-
southern san luis valley-
northern sangre de cristo mountains between 8500 and 11000 ft-
northern sangre de cristo mountains above 11000 ft-
southern sangre de cristo mountains between 7500 and 11000 ft-
southern sangre de cristo mountains above 11000 ft-
northwestern fremont county  above 8500ft-
western/central fremont county below 8500 ft-
wet mountain valley below 8500 ft-
wet mountains between 6300 and 10000ft-
wet mountains above 10000 ft-
teller county/rampart range above 7500ft/pike's peak between
7500 and 11000 ft-pikes peak above 11000 ft-
canon city vicinity/eastern fremont county-
northern el paso county/monument ridge/rampart range below
7500 ft-
colorado springs vicinity/southern el paso county/rampart range
below 7400 ft-pueblo vicinity/pueblo county below 6300 feet-
walsenburg vicinity/upper huerfano river basin below 7500 ft-
trinidad vicinity/western las animas county below 7500 ft-
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-
including climax, leadville, bonanza, alpine, granite, st elmo, 
salida, buena vista, sargents, north pass, south fork, creede, 
cumbres pass, wolf creek pass, center, del norte, alamosa, 
monte vista, manassa, la jara, antonito, sanford, san luis, 
fort garland, blanca, la veta pass, poncha pass, blanca peak, 
cuchara, stonewall, weston, spanish peaks, coaldale, cotopaxi, 
hillside, howard, swissvale, texas creek, silver cliff, 
westcliffe, rye, woodland park, pikes peak, canon city, penrose, 
black forest, colorado springs, peterson afb, pueblo, walsenburg, 
trinidad, ordway, olney springs, la junta, rocky ford, branson, 
kim, eads, sheridan lake, las animas, lamar, springfield, 
and walsh
318 pm mdt wed mar 29 2017

...another spring storm system to bring rain and snow to the
region through the weekend...

the next in a series of upper level storm systems is expected to 
bring another round of heavy mountain snow and widespread moderate
to heavy rainfall to the region. the heaviest precipitation is 
expected friday afternoon through saturday afternoon.

travel will likely become hazardous in the mountains early friday
morning, through saturday morning. travel along interstate 25
across monument hill and raton mesa may also become difficult,
especially late friday evening into saturday afternoon.

the heaviest snowfall is expected over the eastern mountains, into
the palmer divide. widespread heavy rainfall is forecast across
the eastern plains where 1 to 2 inches of liquid rainfall are
possible. how much snow falls over the lower elevations will
depend highly on the rain snow line. this storm appears to be
slightly colder than the previous storms, with snow expected down
to 5000 feet. this would include snowfall by saturday morning for
colorado springs.  

a few thunderstorms are possible friday afternoon along a boundary
that is forecast to develop from colorado springs, southeast to
near springfield. modest instability and shear will likely keep
storms from becoming severe, however, small hail and gusty winds
may be possible.  

although the computer models are in good agreement that a storm
will track east over new mexico, there is still uncertainty on the
storms exact track. slight deviations in the storm track could
bring a shift in who sees the greatest impacts.  

please stay tuned for further updates.

$$
wwus85 kpub 292113
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special weather statement
national weather service pueblo co
313 pm mdt wed mar 29 2017

coz058>089-093>099-301215-
western mosquito range/east lake county above 11000 ft-
leadville vicinity/lake county below 11000 ft-
eastern sawatch mountains above 11000 ft-
western chaffee county between 9000 and 11000 ft-
central chaffee county below 9000 ft-
western mosquito range/east chaffee county above 9000ft-
saguache county west of continental divide below 10000 ft-
saguache county east of continental divide below 10000 ft-
la garita mountains above 10000 ft-
upper rio grande valley/eastern san juan mountains below 10000 ft-
eastern san juan mountains above 10000 ft-
del norte vicinity/northern san luis valley below 8500 ft-
alamosa  vicinity/central san luis valley below 8500 ft-
southern san luis valley-
northern sangre de cristo mountains between 8500 and 11000 ft-
northern sangre de cristo mountains above 11000 ft-
southern sangre de cristo mountains between 7500 and 11000 ft-
southern sangre de cristo mountains above 11000 ft-
northwestern fremont county  above 8500ft-
western/central fremont county below 8500 ft-
wet mountain valley below 8500 ft-
wet mountains between 6300 and 10000ft-
wet mountains above 10000 ft-
teller county/rampart range above 7500ft/pike's peak between
7500 and 11000 ft-pikes peak above 11000 ft-
canon city vicinity/eastern fremont county-
northern el paso county/monument ridge/rampart range below
7500 ft-
colorado springs vicinity/southern el paso county/rampart range
below 7400 ft-pueblo vicinity/pueblo county below 6300 feet-
walsenburg vicinity/upper huerfano river basin below 7500 ft-
trinidad vicinity/western las animas county below 7500 ft-
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-
including climax, leadville, bonanza, alpine, granite, st elmo, 
salida, buena vista, sargents, north pass, south fork, creede, 
cumbres pass, wolf creek pass, center, del norte, alamosa, 
monte vista, manassa, la jara, antonito, sanford, san luis, 
fort garland, blanca, la veta pass, poncha pass, blanca peak, 
cuchara, stonewall, weston, spanish peaks, coaldale, cotopaxi, 
hillside, howard, swissvale, texas creek, silver cliff, 
westcliffe, rye, woodland park, pikes peak, canon city, penrose, 
black forest, colorado springs, peterson afb, pueblo, walsenburg, 
trinidad, ordway, olney springs, la junta, rocky ford, branson, 
kim, eads, sheridan lake, las animas, lamar, springfield, 
and walsh
313 pm mdt wed mar 29 2017

...another spring storm system to bring rain and snow to the
region through the weekend...

the next in a series of upper level storm system is progged to
bring another round of heavy mountain snow and widespread moderate
to heavy rainfall to the region. the heaviest precipitation is
expected friday afternoon through saturday afternoon.

travel will likely become hazardous in the mountains early friday
morning, through saturday morning. travel along interstate 25
across monument hill and raton mesa may also become difficult,
especially late friday evening into saturday afternoon.

the heaviest snowfall is expected over the eastern mountains, into
the palmer divide. widespread heavy rainfall is forecast across
the eastern plains where 1 to 2 inches of liquid rainfall are
possible. how much snow falls over the lower elevations will
depend highly on the rain snow line. this storm appears to be
slightly colder than the previous storms, with snow expected down
to 5000 feet. this would include snowfall by saturday morning for
colorado springs.  

a few thunderstorms are possible friday afternoon along a boundary
that is forecast to develop from colorado springs, southeast to
near springfield. modest instability and shear will likely keep
storms from becoming severe, however, small hail and gusty winds
may be possible.  

although the computer models are in good agreement that a storm
will track east over new mexico, there is still uncertainty on the
storms exact track. slight deviations in the storm track could
bring a shift in who sees the greatest impacts.  

please stay tuned for further updates.

$$
wwus85 kriw 291846
spsriw

wyz028>030-301000-
rock springs and green river-flaming gorge-east sweetwater county-
including the cities of rock springs, green river, and wamsutter
1246 pm mdt wed mar 29 2017

a large and moist storm system will impact the area from thursday
night through friday night. the most challenging aspect of this
storm is the temperature and thus the snow levels. rain is 
expected to develop across much of the area thursday night and 
continue through friday. snow levels will initially be above the 
interstate 80 corridor but as colder air moves in some of the rain
will change to snow later friday into friday evening. strong 
northeast wind will blow on friday at speeds of 35 to 55 mph and 
we could see some brief blizzard conditions when the rain changes 
to snow late friday into friday evening before the snow ends. 

stay tuned for frequent updates on this developing storm system.

$$

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