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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN ANGELO TX
1102 AM CST FRI JAN 23 2015


...TOTAL SNOWFALL REPORTS FOR 1/22-1/23...


LOCATION          STORM TOTAL     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     SNOWFALL           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

TEXAS

   COKE COUNTY
   11 NE WATER VALLEY     1.5   928 AM  1/23  CO-OP OBSERVER

   CROCKETT COUNTY
   9 WSW BARNHART         2.0   848 AM  1/23  CO-OP OBSERVER

   IRION COUNTY
   BARNHART               2.0   839 AM  1/23  TRAINED SPOTTER
   MERTZON                0.5   918 AM  1/23  TRAINED SPOTTER

   KIMBLE COUNTY
   7 E TELEGRAPH          1.5   914 AM  1/23  TRAINED SPOTTER

   NOLAN COUNTY
   SWEETWATER               T  1230 PM  1/22  LOCAL POLICE

   SCHLEICHER COUNTY
   2 SSW ELDORADO         1.5   855 AM  1/23  CO-OP OBSERVER
   12 N ELDORADO          1.0   843 AM  1/23  CO-OP OBSERVER
   1 N ELDORADO           1.0   847 AM  1/23  CITY OFFICIAL

   SUTTON COUNTY
   24 ENE SONORA          1.5   912 AM  1/23  TRAINED SPOTTER
   24 E SONORA            1.5   826 AM  1/23  TRAINED SPOTTER
   SONORA                   T   223 PM  1/22  BROADCAST MEDIA

   TAYLOR COUNTY
   ABILENE                  T  1200 AM  1/23  RAINFALL OBSERVER

   TOM GREEN COUNTY
   4 SW CHRISTOVAL        0.5   905 AM  1/23  NWS EMPLOYEE
   4 W SAN ANGELO         0.2   700 AM  1/23  NWS EMPLOYEE


Most of the accumulating snow fell in the higher elevations west of
a line from just southwest of Robert Lee to south of Junction.  Many
locations in the lower elevations including the Concho Valley
received a dusting of snow.  Although all of the ingredients were
available to produce snow, warmer temperature readings in the
lowest levels  were a few degrees too warm to result in higher
snowfall accumulations.

$$

HG










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