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HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
549 AM MDT WED MAY 6 2015

UTZ001>016-019>021-517-518-WYZ021-071200-
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-
549 AM MDT WED MAY 6 2015

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

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT

SCATTERED LIGHT RAIN SHOWERS WILL CONCENTRATE ACROSS SOUTHWEST
UTAH THIS MORNING...THEN SPREAD NORTH INTO CENTRAL UTAH LATER IN
THE MORNING. THESE SHOWERS WILL BECOME MORE WIDESPREAD AND
LOCALLY HEAVY AS THEY CONTINUE NORTH INTO NORTHERN UTAH THIS
AFTERNOON THROUGH EARLY EVENING. ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS ARE ALSO
POSSIBLE WITH SMALL HAIL AND HEAVY RAIN THE MAIN IMPACT. SHOWERS
AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS WILL EXIST PRIMARILY ACROSS THE
NORTHERN THIRD OF UTAH BY LATE TONIGHT.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...THURSDAY THROUGH TUESDAY

A NEW PACIFIC STORM SYSTEM WILL MOVE SOUTH OUT OF THE PACIFIC
NORTHWEST AND INTO CENTRAL CALIFORNIA BY THURSDAY. DRIER AIR
AHEAD OF THE STORM WILL SPREAD ACROSS MUCH OF THE OUTLOOK AREA
ON THURSDAY. SCATTERED SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE
LIMITED MAINLY TO THE FAR NORTHERN PORTION OF THE OUTLOOK AREA
THROUGH THURSDAY.

THE STORM WILL TURN EAST FROM CALIFORNIA AND CROSS THE SOUTHERN
GREAT BASIN BEGINNING FRIDAY. VALLEY RAIN AND HIGH ELEVATION SNOW
WILL INCREASE ACROSS THE OUTLOOK AREA LATE FRIDAY...THEN CONTINUE
THROUGH SATURDAY NIGHT. SIGNIFICANT RAINFALL IS POSSIBLE WITH
THIS STORM...ESPECIALLY ACROSS NORTHERN AND CENTRAL UTAH. HIGHER
MOUNTAIN ELEVATIONS WILL SEE ACCUMULATING SNOWS THROUGH SATURDAY
EVENING.

THE STORM WILL BEGIN TO WIND DOWN EARLY SUNDAY. VALLEY RAIN AND
MOUNTAIN SNOW WILL DECREASE IN AREAL COVERAGE AND INTENSITY DURING
THE DAY SUNDAY. HIGH PRESSURE ALOFT WILL RETURN TO THE OUTLOOK
AREA EARLY IN THE UPCOMING 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 RIVERTON WY
421 AM MDT WED MAY 6 2015

WYZ001>020-022>030-071200-
ABSAROKA MOUNTAINS-BIGHORN MOUNTAINS SOUTHEAST-
BIGHORN MOUNTAINS WEST-CASPER MOUNTAIN-CODY FOOTHILLS-
EAST SWEETWATER COUNTY-FLAMING GORGE-
GREEN MOUNTAINS AND RATTLESNAKE RANGE-JACKSON HOLE-LANDER FOOTHILLS-
NATRONA COUNTY LOWER ELEVATIONS-NORTH BIG HORN BASIN-
NORTHEAST JOHNSON COUNTY-OWL CREEK AND BRIDGER MOUNTAINS-
ROCK SPRINGS AND GREEN RIVER-SALT RIVER AND WYOMING RANGES-
SOUTH LINCOLN COUNTY-SOUTHEAST BIG HORN BASIN-
SOUTHEAST JOHNSON COUNTY-SOUTHWEST BIG HORN BASIN-STAR VALLEY-
TETON AND GROS VENTRE MOUNTAINS-UPPER GREEN RIVER BASIN-
UPPER GREEN RIVER BASIN FOOTHILLS-UPPER WIND RIVER BASIN-
WIND RIVER BASIN-WIND RIVER MOUNTAINS EAST-WIND RIVER MOUNTAINS WEST-
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK-
421 AM MDT WED MAY 6 2015

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR WESTERN AND CENTRAL WYOMING.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT

TODAY...ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS WEST OF THE DIVIDE.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...THURSDAY THROUGH TUESDAY

THURSDAY...ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS POSSIBLE ACROSS THE FAR
SOUTH.

FRIDAY...ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS POSSIBLE ALONG AND WEST OF THE
DIVIDE.

SATURDAY AND SUNDAY...HEAVY SNOW POSSIBLE ABOVE 6000 TO 7000 FEET
ALONG AND EAST OF THE CONTINENTAL DIVIDE SATURDAY WITH SNOW LEVELS
LOWERING TO BETWEEN 5000 AND 5500 FEET SATURDAY NIGHT AND
SUNDAY ACROSS THE CENTRAL BASINS. SIGNIFICANT SNOW MAY ALSO FALL
ACROSS THE LOWER ELEVATIONS OF CENTRAL WYOMING SATURDAY NIGHT AND
SUNDAY.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

SPOTTERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO REPORT ANY HEAVY RAIN AMOUNTS OVER HALF
AN INCH TODAY. THANK YOU.

$$

TEAM RIVERTON

U.S. Dept. of Commerce
NOAA National Weather Service
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Silver Spring, MD 20910
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