Moab, UT

4:21 AM MDT on May 19, 2019 (GMT -0600)
Mountain View | | Change Station
Active Advisory: Special Statement

Elev 4091 ft 38.56 °N, 109.55 °W | Updated 16 seconds ago

Mostly Cloudy
Mostly Cloudy
53.6 °F
Feels Like 53.6 °F
N
0
Wind Variable Wind from WNW
Gusts 0.0 mph

Today
High -- | Low -- °F
--% Chance of Precip.
Yesterday
High -- | Low -- °F
Precip. -- in
Pressure 29.71 in
Visibility 10.0 miles
Clouds Clear
Dew Point 33 °F
Humidity 46%
Rainfall 0.00 in
Snow Depth Not available.
6:03 AM 8:26 PM
Full, 100% visible
METAR KCNY 190953Z AUTO 11008KT 10SM CLR 11/01 A2981 RMK AO2 SLP059 T01060011
Pressure 29.71 in
Visibility 10.0 miles
Clouds Clear
Dew Point 33 °F
Humidity 46%
Rainfall 0.00 in
Snow Depth Not available.
6:03 AM 8:26 PM
Full, 100% visible
METAR KCNY 190953Z AUTO 11008KT 10SM CLR 11/01 A2981 RMK AO2 SLP059 T01060011

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Special Statement
Issued: 3:21 PM MDT May. 18, 2019 – National Weather Service

... Strong Pacific storms to impact the region this week with high
elevation Snow, Valley rain, and periods of strong winds...

The first in a series of Pacific storms that brought snow to the
higher elevations Friday and today, will exit to the east tonight.
The second and third in a series of strong Pacific storms will
move inland over the western U.S. This coming week. The second
storm system will begin impacting eastern Utah and western
Colorado on Sunday with strong southwesterly winds gusting 50 to
60 mph in the mountains. Precipitation will increase late Sunday
and continue through Monday for much of the region, with greatest
impacts over the higher terrain of Colorado during the day Monday.
Showers will persist Monday night and Tuesday, then the third
storm will bring another round of widespread precipitation and
gusty winds to the region beginning Tuesday night and lasting
through at least Thursday.

Temperatures 20 to 25 degrees below normal for this time of year
will be in place for much of the coming week. The snow levels
will start out above 9000 feet late Sunday, but drop to around
7500 feet by Monday morning. Thereafter, the snow level will
fluctuate between 7000 and 9000 feet through Thursday. Snow
accumulations will be greatest above 9000 feet where 1 to 2 feet
of fresh snow is possible through the week. There will be times,
especially at night and in the morning, when snow will accumulate
on roads and highways as low as 8000 feet. Drivers should check
latest forecasts and Road conditions before starting out and be
prepared for snow covered and slick roads. One half to one inch of
rain is possible for the lower elevations with over 2 inches of
liquid possible for the mountains.


321 PM MDT Sat may 18 2019

... Strong Pacific storms to impact the region this week with high
elevation Snow, Valley rain, and periods of strong winds...

The first in a series of Pacific storms that brought snow to the
higher elevations Friday and today, will exit to the east tonight.
The second and third in a series of strong Pacific storms will
move inland over the western U.S. This coming week. The second
storm system will begin impacting eastern Utah and western
Colorado on Sunday with strong southwesterly winds gusting 50 to
60 mph in the mountains. Precipitation will increase late Sunday
and continue through Monday for much of the region, with greatest
impacts over the higher terrain of Colorado during the day Monday.
Showers will persist Monday night and Tuesday, then the third
storm will bring another round of widespread precipitation and
gusty winds to the region beginning Tuesday night and lasting
through at least Thursday.

Temperatures 20 to 25 degrees below normal for this time of year
will be in place for much of the coming week. The snow levels
will start out above 9000 feet late Sunday, but drop to around
7500 feet by Monday morning. Thereafter, the snow level will
fluctuate between 7000 and 9000 feet through Thursday. Snow
accumulations will be greatest above 9000 feet where 1 to 2 feet
of fresh snow is possible through the week. There will be times,
especially at night and in the morning, when snow will accumulate
on roads and highways as low as 8000 feet. Drivers should check
latest forecasts and Road conditions before starting out and be
prepared for snow covered and slick roads. One half to one inch of
rain is possible for the lower elevations with over 2 inches of
liquid possible for the mountains.