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ACUS41 KWBC 192010  
SCCNS1  
 
STORM SUMMARY NUMBER 05 FOR ROCKIES AND INTERMOUNTAIN WEST HEAVY  
SNOW  
NWS WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER COLLEGE PARK MD  
300 PM MDT FRI MAY 19 2017  
   
..SNOW CONTINUES ACROSS PORTIONS OF THE CENTRAL ROCKIES
 
 
FOR A DETAILED GRAPHICAL DEPICTION OF THE LATEST  
WATCHES...WARNINGS AND ADVISORIES...PLEASE SEE WWW.WEATHER.GOV  
 
AT 200 PM MDT...AN UPPER-LEVEL LOW WAS POSITIONED OVER THE CENTRAL  
GREAT BASIN. NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADARS AND SURFACE  
OBSERVATIONS INDICATED LIGHT TO MODERATE SNOW FALLING ACROSS  
PORTIONS OF WYOMING AND COLORADO. LIGHT TO MODERATE RAIN SHOWERS  
WERE OCCURRING FOR THE LOWER ELEVATIONS OF EASTERN COLORADO...AS  
WELL AS ACROSS PORTIONS OF THE INTERMOUNTAIN WEST AND SOUTHWEST.  
 
...SELECTED STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL IN INCHES FROM 600 AM MDT WED MAY  
17 THROUGH 200 PM MDT FRI MAY 19...  
   
..ARIZONA
 
 
PINON 6.0  
WHEATFIELDS 4.0  
   
..COLORADO
 
 
ALLENSPARK 2 ESE 42.0  
WARD 4 NE 41.7  
ESTES PARK 36.2  
GOLDEN 12 NW 30.6  
PINECLIFFE 4 SSE 30.3  
NEDERLAND 4 ENE 28.0  
ROLLINSVILLE 4 SE 26.3  
BRECKENRIDGE 2 SSE 26.2  
ASPEN SPRINGS 23.1  
BROOKVALE 19.0  
FOUR CORNERS 9 NE 13.5  
VAIL 2.6 E 12.1  
BLACK HAWK 3 N 11.3  
TELLURIDE 10.0  
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 2 SSE 8.0  
LEADVILLE 2 NE 7.7  
BOULDER 5 E 6.5  
COLORADO SPRINGS 3 WSW 2.5  
DENVER 3 SSW 0.5  
   
..IDAHO
 
 
CARDIFF 3 E 11.0  
PIERCE 8 E 11.0  
LEMHI 11 W 10.0  
   
..SOUTH DAKOTA
 
 
LEAD 6 SSW 4.4  
MOUNT RUSHMORE 3.0  
HILL CITY 2.0  
   
..UTAH
 
 
MONTICELLO 1 WSW 6.0  
   
..WYOMING
 
 
CHEYENNE 21 WSW 32.2  
GARRETT 7 E 24.0  
LANDER 18 W 20.0  
ATLANTIC CITY 7 NW 19.0  
ESTERBROOK 12 SW 17.0  
LARAMIE 10 SE 17.0  
SAVERY 28 E 15.6  
CENTENNIAL 6 SW 15.0  
CASPER 8 S 14.0  
CHEYENNE 10 N 13.0  
DOUGLAS 4 WSW 12.0  
BURGESS JUNCTION 7 ESE 11.0  
CHEYENNE 23 W 11.0  
BUFORD 4 SE 10.9  
CHUGWATER 11 NE 10.5  
ENCAMPMENT 5 SW 9.6  
 
...SELECTED STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL IN INCHES WHERE THE EVENT HAS  
ENDED...  
   
..MONTANA
 
 
FISHTAIL 18 SW 36.0  
NYE 14 W 31.0  
BADGER PASS 23.0  
HEART BUTTE 14 SW 23.0  
WILSALL 13 ENE 20.0  
RED LODGE 5 W 17.0  
EAST GLACIER PARK 11 SSW 16.0  
NEIHART 12 SSE 16.0  
WEST VALLEY 6 SW 15.0  
EMIGRANT 26 ESE 14.0  
BOZEMAN 5 ESE 9.0  
   
..NEVADA
 
 
RUBY VALLEY 6 SW 22.0  
TUSCARORA 18 NE 19.0  
JARBIDGE 4 SSW 16.0  
JIGGS 8 ESE 15.0  
RUBY LAKE 6 NNW 14.0  
 
AS THE UPPER-LEVEL LOW SHIFTS SLOWLY EASTWARD...SNOW WILL BEGIN TO  
WIND DOWN ACROSS THE HIGHER TERRAIN OF THE CENTRAL ROCKIES BEFORE  
TAPERING OFF TONIGHT. ADDITIONAL SNOWFALL OF 3 TO 6 INCHES IS  
POSSIBLE ACROSS HIGHER TERRAIN OF NORTHERN NEW MEXICO...COLORADO  
AND SOUTHEASTERN WYOMING...WITH LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS POSSIBLE.  
SNOW IS ALSO POSSIBLE IN THE CENTRAL HIGH PLAINS WITH LITTLE  
ACCUMULATION EXPECTED. FURTHERMORE...AHEAD OF THIS UPPER  
LOW...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WITH HEAVY RAINFALL CAPABLE OF  
PRODUCING FLASH FLOODING ARE POSSIBLE ACROSS PARTS OF THE SOUTHERN  
AND CENTRAL PLAINS AND INTO THE MIDDLE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY OVER THE  
NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS.  
 
THIS WILL BE THE LAST STORM SUMMARY ISSUED BY THE WEATHER  
PREDICTION CENTER FOR THIS EVENT. PLEASE REFER TO YOUR LOCAL  
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.  
 
KREKELER  

 
 
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