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STORM SUMMARY NUMBER 04 FOR NORTHERN ROCKIES AND NORTHERN HIGH
PLAINS EARLY SEASON WINTER STORM
NWS WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER COLLEGE PARK MD
1000 AM CDT FRI SEP 12 2014

...EARLY-SEASON SNOWFALL HAS ENDED IN THE NORTHERN ROCKIES/HIGH
PLAINS...

ALL WINTER WEATHER WARNINGS AND ADVISORIES ASSOCIATED WITH THIS
SYSTEM HAVE EXPIRED.

FOR A DETAILED GRAPHICAL DEPICTION OF THE LATEST
WATCHES...WARNINGS AND ADVISORIES...PLEASE SEE WWW.WEATHER.GOV

AT 900 AM CDT...THE CENTER OF A HIGH PRESSURE SYSTEM ASSOCIATED
WITH AN UNSEASONABLY COLD AIR MASS CONTINUED TO BUILD SOUTHWARD
INTO THE CENTRAL HIGH PLAINS.  DURING THE PAST FEW
HOURS...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RADARS AND SURFACE OBSERVATIONS
INDICATED THE REMAINING LIGHT SNOW OVER THE COLORADO FRONT
RANGE...INCLUDING THE DENVER METROPOLITAN AREA...HAD ENDED.

...SELECTED STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL REPORTS IN INCHES...

...COLORADO...
CASTLE ROCK 5.2 SW                    1.0
HORSETOOTH MOUNTAIN 3.2 NNW           1.0
NEDERLAND 4.8 ENE                     0.9
ASPEN PARK 5.2 ESE                    0.7
BOULDER 1.6 S                         0.5

...MONTANA...
HEART BUTTE                           8.0
MELVILLE 4.7 W                        7.5
RED LODGE 4.2 W                       6.0
WYOLA 17.3 WSW                        6.0
ZORTMAN                               6.0
LIVINGSTON 6.6 ESE                    3.5

...NEBRASKA...
NORTH PLATTE                        TRACE -- EARLIEST ON RECORD

...SOUTH DAKOTA...
DOWNTOWN CUSTER                       8.0
MOUNT RUSHMORE                        7.0
HILL CITY 5 S                         6.0
LEAD 5.5 SSW                          6.0
RAPID CITY 6.9 W                      3.5 -- EARLIEST ON RECORD

...WYOMING...
LITTLE GOOSE                         18.0
SHELL CREEK                          14.0
STORY 0.8 W                          14.0
SHERIDAN 15.7 S                      13.0
BIG HORN                             12.0
BURGESS JUNCTION 4 NW                12.0
SOLDIER PARK                         11.0
BUFFALO 1 E                          10.0
BANNER                                7.0
CODY 5 ESE                            7.0
SUNDANCE 1 ENE                        6.0
DOUGLAS 6 S                           3.0


AS MUCH AS 18 INCHES OF SNOW FELL ON THE EASTERN SLOPES OF THE
BIGHORN IN NORTHERN WYOMING IN THIS EARLY-SEASON SNOW EVENT.
FOLLOWING A MORNING OF RECORD COLD WITH LIGHT SNOW REACHING AS FAR
SOUTH AS THE COLORADO FRONT RANGE...TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED TO
RISE ABOVE FREEZING AS THE DAY PROGRESSES...AND NO ADDITIONAL
WINTRY PRECIPITATION IS EXPECTED.

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.

KONG
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