Green Mountains and Rattlesnake Range

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Special Statement

Expires 5:00 AM EST on February 21, 2019
Statement as of 1:40 am MST on February 21, 2019

... Accumulating snow expected today and tonight...

* what... one to three inches of snow. Locally 4 to 5 inches in the
Green Mountains and in Sweetwater County.

* Where... Sweetwater County, southern Lincoln County and southern
Fremont County

* when... beginning in the south this morning then spreading
northward through the day. Snow will end after Friday morning.

* Additional details... east to northeast wind of 15 to 25 mph with
some gusts around 30 mph. This will produce some blowing and
drifting snow.



140 am MST Thu Feb 21 2019

... Accumulating snow expected today and tonight...

* what... one to three inches of snow. Locally 4 to 5 inches in the
Green Mountains and in Sweetwater County.

* Where... Sweetwater County, southern Lincoln County and southern
Fremont County

* when... beginning in the south this morning then spreading
northward through the day. Snow will end after Friday morning.

* Additional details... east to northeast wind of 15 to 25 mph with
some gusts around 30 mph. This will produce some blowing and
drifting snow.



543 PM MST Wed Feb 20 2019

... Accumulating snow expected for Thursday and Thursday night...

A winter storm will deliver accumulating snowfall to Sweetwater
County and southern Fremont County Thursday and Thursday night.

* What... one to three inches of snow. Locally 4 to 5 inches in the
Green Mountains and rattlesnake range.

* Where... Sweetwater County and southern Fremont County.

* When... light snow will be developing Thursday morning, becoming
moderate at times Thursday afternoon and night. Snow to end
Friday morning after sunrise.

* Additional details... east to northeast wind of 15 to 25 mph with
some gusts around 30 mph. This will produce some blowing and
drifting snow.



543 PM MST Wed Feb 20 2019

... Accumulating snow expected for Thursday and Thursday night...

A winter storm will deliver accumulating snowfall to Sweetwater
County and southern Fremont County Thursday and Thursday night.

* What... one to three inches of snow. Locally 4 to 5 inches in the
Green Mountains and rattlesnake range.

* Where... Sweetwater County and southern Fremont County.

* When... light snow will be developing Thursday morning, becoming
moderate at times Thursday afternoon and night. Snow to end
Friday morning after sunrise.

* Additional details... east to northeast wind of 15 to 25 mph with
some gusts around 30 mph. This will produce some blowing and
drifting snow.



258 PM MST Wed Feb 20 2019

... Accumulating snow expected for Thursday and Thursday night...

A winter storm will deliver accumulating snowfall to Sweetwater
County Thursday and Thursday night.

* What... one to three inches of snow.

* Where... sweeter County.

* When... light snow will be developing Thursday morning, becoming
moderate at times Thursday afternoon and night.

* Additional details... gusty east northeast winds of 15 to 25 mph
with some gusts of 30 mph will likely produce some blowing and
drifting snow, as well as lowered visibility, especially
Thursday afternoon and evening.




258 PM MST Wed Feb 20 2019

... Accumulating snow expected for Thursday and Thursday night...

A winter storm will deliver accumulating snowfall to Sweetwater
County Thursday and Thursday night.

* What... one to three inches of snow.

* Where... sweeter County.

* When... light snow will be developing Thursday morning, becoming
moderate at times Thursday afternoon and night.

* Additional details... gusty east northeast winds of 15 to 25 mph
with some gusts of 30 mph will likely produce some blowing and
drifting snow, as well as lowered visibility, especially
Thursday afternoon and evening.




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