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2019 Winter Weather Preparedness Week in Colorado: October 13 - 19: Day 3

Published 2019-10-15

2019 Winter Weather Preparedness Week in Colorado: October 13 - 19: Day 2

Published 2019-10-14

A Look Back at September 2019 Weather

Published 2019-10-13

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

2019 Winter Weather Preparedness Week in Colorado: October 13 - 19: Day 1

Published 2019-10-13

Snowfall Reports Across the Region

Published 2019-10-11

Check out the latest snowfall reports from across the region over the last few days.

CoCoRaHS - Weather Observers Needed!

Published 2019-09-16

Are you interested in becoming a CoCoRaHS (Community Collaborative Rain, Hail & Snow Network) observer? If so, now's a great time to join with rain coming back into the forecast and winter snows arriving soon.

A Look Back at the Summer 2019 Season

Published 2019-09-13

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

A Look Back at August 2019 Weather

Published 2019-09-13

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

Critical Fire Weather Conditions This Afternoon And Evening Over Northwest Colorado And Northeast Utah

Published 2019-08-25

A trough moving through the Northern Rockies will cause winds to increase this afternoon and combine with already hot, dry conditions and dry fuels to produce critical fire weather conditions in northwest Colorado and northeast Utah. A Red Flag Warning is in effect this afternoon and evening for those areas.

Proposed Change to NWS Grand Junction Radar - Public Input

Published 2019-08-23

The National Weather Service is proposing to lower the elevation scan of the WSR-88D Doppler Radar in Grand Junction, CO. This will allow for better scanning of the atmosphere from a radar that is located over 10,000 feet in elevation. These improvements will provide better radar coverage for much of eastern Utah and western Colorado.