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A Look Back at the Spring 2019 Season

Published 2019-06-12

A look back at the Spring 2019 season across eastern Utah and western Colorado.

A Look Back at May 2019 Weather

Published 2019-06-12

A look back at May 2019 weather across eastern Utah and western Colorado.

Accelerated Snow Melt and Strong High Flows Expected to Continue in Streams and Rivers Across Western Colorado and Eastern Utah

Published 2019-06-11

Runoff from snow melt will keep river flows strong and may present hazards near waterways across western Colorado and eastern Utah. Stay safe and use extra caution around rivers, streams and creeks during this runoff period. Follow these precautions and safety tips in the accompanying graphic.

Snow Melt Runoff to Keep River Flows High

Published 2019-06-07

Latest flood potential outlook from the National Weather Service in Grand Junction, Colorado.

Get Ready for Potential Summer Weather Hazards

Published 2019-06-04

Check out the National Weather Service summer safety page, complete with helpful hints no matter where your travels take you this summer.

Windy conditions today with Wind Advisories in effect through 10 pm. Cooler and unsettled weather follows this weekend into next week.

Published 2019-05-16

Southwest winds will increase today, especially across eastern Utah and far western Colorado ahead of a cold front tonight. Wind Advisories in effect today. Cooler and unsettled weather pattern follows this weekend into next week.

A Look Back at April 2019

Published 2019-05-05

A look back at the month of April 2019 season. Climate summaries for selected cities across eastern Utah and western Colorado.

Check out our 2018 Shareholders Report, highlighting services provided over the past year by NWS Grand Junction

Published 2019-04-26

Severe thunderstorms are possible on Friday

Published 2019-04-25

The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has identified an area of marginal severe weather threat across northeast Utah and northwest Colorado Friday afternoon. They indicated the potential for some thunderstorms firing along and ahead of an approaching cold front may be capable of generating wind gusts of 60 mph or higher.

The week of April 14 through April 20 is Colorado Severe Weather Awareness Week

Published 2019-04-16

The week of April 14 through April 20 is Colorado Severe Weather Awareness Week. Follow these safety tips and check out this information to help better prepare for the severe weather season.