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HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
427 PM MDT SAT APR 19 2014

UTZ001>016-019>021-517-518-WYZ021-202230-
CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION-NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT-
SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS-SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT-
GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS-WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS-
WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH-WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80-
WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS-WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS-
WESTERN UINTA BASIN-CASTLE COUNTRY-SAN RAFAEL SWELL-
SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS-WEST CENTRAL UTAH-SOUTHWEST UTAH-
UTAHS DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK-SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH-
GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL-CENTRAL MOUNTAINS-
SOUTHERN MOUNTAINS-SOUTHWEST WYOMING-
427 PM MDT SAT APR 19 2014

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR THE WESTERN TWO THIRDS OF
UTAH AND SOUTHWEST WYOMING.

.DAY ONE...THIS AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT

NUMEROUS SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS ARE EXPECTED OVER
UTAH/S CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN MOUNTAINS THROUGH SATURDAY EVENING.
ISOLATED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE EXPECTED ACROSS VALLEY
LOCATIONS...WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE FAR NORTHWEST PORTION OF
UTAH.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...SUNDAY THROUGH FRIDAY

ISOLATED TO SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ARE EXPECTED
ACROSS SOUTHERN AND EASTERN UTAH SUNDAY.

SOUTHERLY WINDS ARE EXPECTED TO INCREASE TUESDAY AHEAD OF A
VIGOROUS STORM SYSTEM. THESE WINDS COULD BECOME QUITE STRONG AND
GUSTY TUESDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING...PARTICULARLY OVER SOUTHERN
UTAH. THE WINDS WILL ALSO RESULT IN VERY WARM TEMPERATURES ACROSS
THE ENTIRE AREA. A SHARP COLD FRONT IS FORECAST TO CROSS THE
REGION TUESDAY NIGHT BRINGING IN MUCH COLDER AIR AND THE THREAT OF
SHOWERS...PRIMARILY OVER NORTHERN AND CENTRAL UTAH. ACCUMULATING
SNOWFALL IS EXPECTED ACROSS THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS AND
BENCHES...WITH SNOW POSSIBLE TO THE VALLEY FLOORS WELL. STRONG
WINDS WILL CONTINUE...BECOMING GUSTY OUT OF THE NORTHWEST BEHIND
THE BOUNDARY.

THERE IS A POTENTIAL OF A HARD FREEZE AT THE END OF THE WORK
WEEK.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

WEATHER SPOTTERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO REPORT SIGNIFICANT WEATHER
CONDITIONS ACCORDING TO STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES.

$$

FOR MORE INFORMATION FROM NOAA/S NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE VISIT...
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/SALTLAKECITY/ (ALL LOWER CASE)

FOR INFORMATION ON POTENTIAL ROAD TRAVEL IMPACTS VISIT...
HTTP://WWW.UDOTTRAFFIC.UTAH.GOV/ROADWEATHERFORECAST.ASPX

HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ELKO NV
240 PM PDT SAT APR 19 2014

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HUMBOLDT COUNTY-NORTHERN ELKO COUNTY-SOUTHEASTERN ELKO COUNTY-
RUBY MOUNTAINS/EAST HUMBOLDT RANGE-WHITE PINE COUNTY-
NORTHERN LANDER COUNTY AND NORTHERN EUREKA COUNTY-
SOUTHERN LANDER COUNTY AND SOUTHERN EUREKA COUNTY-
SOUTHWESTERN ELKO COUNTY-SOUTH CENTRAL ELKO COUNTY-
NORTHWESTERN NYE COUNTY-NORTHEASTERN NYE COUNTY-
240 PM PDT SAT APR 19 2014

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR PORTIONS OF EAST CENTRAL
NEVADA...NORTH CENTRAL NEVADA...NORTHEAST NEVADA...NORTHWEST
NEVADA AND SOUTH CENTRAL NEVADA.

.DAY ONE...TONIGHT.

NO SIGNIFICANT WEATHER IS EXPECTED AT THIS TIME.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...SUNDAY THROUGH FRIDAY.

AN UPPER LEVEL TROUGH AND STRONG COLD FRONT ARE EXPECTED TO MOVE
THROUGH THE AREA ON TUESDAY. WINDS OUT OF THE SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST WILL
INCREASE OUT AHEAD OF THE SYSTEM. THE STRONGEST WINDS APPEAR TO BE
IN WHITE PINE COUNTY....WITH WINDS OF 25 TO 35 MPH WITH GUSTS TO
55 MPH...WITH SOME LOCATIONS GUSTING ABOVE 60 MPH. OTHER AREAS IN
NORTHERN NEVADA WILL ALSO SEE STRONG WINDS OF 20 TO 30 MPH WITH
GUSTS TO 50 MPH. WIND PRODUCTS MAY BE NEEDED FOR NORTHERN NEVADA
FOR TUESDAY...STAY TUNED.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

SPOTTERS ARE ASKED TO REPORT WEATHER PHENOMENA ACCORDING TO
STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE.

$$


Hydrologic Outlook


HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
MTZ008>015-044>055-211800-

HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
815 AM MDT FRI APR 18 2014

...WARMER TEMPERATURES THIS WEEKEND AND EARLY NEXT WEEK TO BE
FOLLOWED BY THE POTENTIAL FOR WIDESPREAD PRECIPITATION AND RAIN ON
SNOWPACK BY THE MIDDLE OF NEXT WEEK...

WARMER TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED THIS WEEKEND INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK
BEFORE A PERIOD OF COOLER AND WETTER CONDITIONS BY THE MIDDLE TO
LATER PART OF NEXT WEEK. AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES THROUGH TUESDAY WILL
CLIMB INTO THE 60S AT LOWER ELEVATIONS AND INTO THE 40S AND 50S IN
THE MOUNTAINS. OVERNIGHT LOWS AT MID-ELEVATIONS WILL REMAIN ABOVE
FREEZING EACH NIGHT. THIS WILL CAUSE AN INCREASE IN MOUNTAIN
SNOWMELT WITH RISING WATER LEVELS ANTICIPATED ON CREEKS...SMALL
STREAMS AND RIVERS.

A PERIOD OF WETTER CONDITIONS IS EXPECTED BY THE MIDDLE TO LATER
HALF OF NEXT WEEK. AT THE ONSET OF PRECIPITATION ON TUESDAY...SNOW
LEVELS BETWEEN 7000 AND 9000 FEET INDICATE THAT RAIN MAY FALL ON TOP
OF MOUNTAIN SNOWPACK AND INCREASE THE RATE OF SNOWMELT. WITH COOLER
AIR MOVING IN WEDNESDAY...PRECIPITATION WILL CHANGE TO ALL SNOW AND
REMAIN SNOW THROUGH THE END OF THE WEEK.

THE SITUATION WILL CONTINUE TO BE MONITORED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE. RESIDENTS ALONG RIVERS...STREAMS...AND CREEKS SHOULD
PREPARE FOR RISING WATER LEVELS...AND BE PREPARED TO TAKE ACTION IF
WATERWAYS EXCEED BANKFULL.

$$

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