Measurable Snowfall in Grand Junction for Winter 2011-2012

 

...STILL NO MEASURABLE SNOWFALL IN GRAND JUNCTION...

THROUGH TUESDAY MORNING DECEMBER 6TH... THERE HAS BEEN NO MEASURABLE
SNOWFALL IN GRAND JUNCTION YET THIS WINTER SEASON.  A TRACE OF
SNOWFALL WAS RECEIVED EARLY SATURDAY THE 3RD AND IN EARLY NOVEMBER.
MEASURABLE SNOWFALL IS 0.1 INCH OF SNOW OR MORE.

THE AVERAGE FIRST OCCURRENCE OF MEASURABLE SNOWFALL IN GRAND
JUNCTION IS NOVEMBER 17.  LAST YEAR, OUR FIRST SNOWFALL WAS NOVEMBER
15, WHEN WE RECEIVED 0.4 INCHES OF SNOW.  THE EARLIEST FALL SEASON
SNOWFALL ON RECORD WAS SEPTEMBER 18 OF 1965... WHEN 3.1 INCHES OF
SNOW FELL.  THE LATEST ON RECORD WAS JANUARY 5 OF 1981... WHEN 3.2
INCHES OF SNOW FELL.

A MOSTLY DRY AND COOL NORTHWEST FLOW WILL BE OVER GRAND JUNCTION FOR
THE NEXT WEEK OR SO.  AFTER A COOL START TO THE WEEK, DAYTIME HIGHS
WILL GRADUALLY WARM INTO THE LOWER 40S BY LATE WEEK.



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