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A look back at the wind and snow from Friday as our dry and cool weekend continues

A look back at the recent winter storm as we see dry and cooler conditions settle in for the remainder of the weekend. Another Pacific storm will pass through Monday night and Tuesday bringing another chance for rain and snow to the area. Read More >

 

Pictures from around western Colorado and eastern Utah

 

All-Hazards NOAA Weather Radio

"Voice of the National Weather Service"

The National Weather Service Forecast Office in Grand Junction, Colorado operates eight All-Hazards NOAA Weather Radio (NWR) transmitters across western Colorado and eastern Utah. For weather radio stations in surrounding states, click here. These transmitters broadcast official National Weather Service warnings, watches, forecasts and other hazard information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The broadcasts can be heard on special weather radios (image) available at many retail stores, or on a typical police/fire scanner or marine radio.

Transmitter Coverage Map for Eastern Utah and Western Colorado

(click on a transmitter call sign for more detailed information)



County SAME Codes for Colorado, Utah
County SAME Codes Nationwide
What is a SAME Code anyway?

Weather radio stations in Colorado, Utah
Weather radio on AM/FM frequencies  (Colorado only)
Weather radio stations Nationwide


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