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urgent - winter weather message
national weather service denver/boulder co
558 pm mdt wed oct 1 2014
...winter weather advisory for snow through this evening for the
north central mountains of colorado above 10 thousand feet...
.a storm system moving northwestern colorado will track across
the north central mountains of colorado this evening. as the
storm continues eastward...temperatures will fall with light to
moderate snow expected.
roads over the mountain passes including i-70 through the
eisenhower tunnel and loveland...hoosier and berthoud passes may
become icy and slick this evening. snowfall is expected to
diminish after midnight as the storm system exits the state.
coz031-033-034-020600-
/o.con.kbou.ww.y.0030.000000t0000z-141002t0600z/
west jackson and west grand counties above 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-
including the cities of...
east slopes park and northern gore ranges...gore pass...
rabbit ears pass...cameron pass...
laramie and medicine bow mountains...rabbit ears range...
rocky mountain national park...willow creek pass...
berthoud pass...breckenridge...east slopes mosquito range...
east slopes southern gore range...eisenhower tunnel...
indian peaks...kenosha mountains...mount evans...
williams fork mountains...winter park
558 pm mdt wed oct 1 2014
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until midnight mdt
tonight...
* timing...snow will continue through the evening...then taper off
after midnight.
* snow accumulations...4 to 7 inches...with the greatest
accumulations along the more exposed west facing slopes.
* wind/visibility...west to northwest winds of 15 to 25 mph may
produce areas of blowing of snow on the high mountain passes.
* impacts...roads may become icy and snow covered...making travel
difficult. visibilities may briefly be reduced to a few hundred
feet in the heavier showers.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory for snow means that periods of snow may
cause travel difficulties at times. be prepared for snow covered
roads and limited visibilities.
&&
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wwus45 kgjt 012044
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765
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service grand junction co
244 pm mdt wed oct 1 2014
coz004-009-010-012-013-018-020445-
/o.con.kgjt.ww.y.0038.000000t0000z-141002t0600z/
elkhead and park mountains-grand and battlement mesas-
gore and elk mountains/central mountain valleys-
west elk and sawatch mountains-flattops-
northwest san juan mountains-
including the cities of...toponas...aspen...vail...
crested butte...buford...ouray...telluride
244 pm mdt wed oct 1 2014
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until midnight mdt
tonight above 9000 feet...
* timing...above 9000 feet...occasional snow showers will
continue into the early evening hours before tapering off late
this evening.
* snow accumulation...additional accumulations of 1 to 2 inches
with storm total snowfall from 3 to 6 inches above 9000 feet.
* snow level...around 8000 feet.
* winds...west 5 to 10 mph with gusts up to 20 mph.
* impacts...mountain passes will be slick and treacherous.
travelers should be prepared for this early season snow with
proper winter weather tires...and by carrying a winter weather
emergency kit.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory means that periods of snow and/or
blowing snow will cause travel difficulties. be prepared for
slippery roads and limited visibilities...and use caution while
driving.
&&
$$
wwus45 kmso 012016
wswmso
331
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service missoula mt
216 pm mdt wed oct 1 2014
...winter weather advisory in effect from midnight tonight until
noon mdt thursday...
mtz002-021200-
/o.con.kmso.ww.y.0055.141002t0600z-141002t1800z/
west glacier region-
216 pm mdt wed oct 1 2014
...winter weather advisory remains in effect from midnight
tonight to noon mdt thursday above 5000 feet for...marias pass...
a winter weather advisory above 5000 feet remains in effect from
midnight tonight to noon mdt thursday.
* impacts/timing: a fast moving system will bring snow and
colder temperatures beginning after midnight tonight and
lasting until noon thursday. the combination of gusty east
winds and snow will create poor visibility and snow covered
roads which will produce hazardous driving conditions.
* snow accumulations: 2 to 4 inches of accumulation above 5000
feet...slightly higher possible above 6500 feet.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory means that periods of snow...sleet...or
freezing rain will cause travel difficulties. be prepared for
slippery roads and limited visibilities...and use caution while
driving.
&&
$$
wwus45 ktfx 020326
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329
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service great falls mt
926 pm mdt wed oct 1 2014
mtz009-010-021800-
/o.con.ktfx.ww.y.0043.141002t0600z-141002t1800z/
northern rocky mountain front-eastern glacier-
including the following locations...browning...marias pass...
logan pass
926 pm mdt wed oct 1 2014
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until noon mdt
thursday...
a winter weather advisory for snow remains in effect until noon
mdt thursday.
* timing and main impact: snow will begin after midnight then
end by late thursday morning. most of the snow accumulation
will be between 3 am mdt and 9 am mdt. poor visibility will
hamper travel.
* snow accumulations: accumulations of 2 to 4 inches are likely.
* winds and visibility: gusty northwest winds 20 to 30 mph will
develop after midnight then diminish late thursday morning.
visibilities will frequently be near or below one mile.
* other impacts: roads above 5000 feet will become slippery due
to slush and snow. in particular this includes the hudson
bay divide. there will be a risk of hypothermia in the back
country with wind chills falling into the single digits.
* locations affected include: browning...marias pass...logan
pass
* to see a graphical representation of this hazard please visit
our web page and click on the detailed hazards tab.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory for snow means that periods of snow
will cause primarily travel difficulties. be prepared for snow
covered roads and limited visibilities...and use caution while
driving.
for specific road and travel conditions in montana...dial 5 1 1.
&&
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