The Weather Prediction Center

College Park, MD

Storm Summary Message

Storm Summary Number 2 for Intermountain West to Plains Winter
NWS Weather Prediction Center College Park MD
200 AM MST Tue Feb 04 2020

Light to moderate snow falling over the Northern/Central Rockies
and Northern/Central Plains.

Winter Storm Warnings, Watches and Advisories are in effect for
parts of Wyoming, Colorado, northern New Mexico, Central/Southern
Plains and Missouri.

For a detailed graphical depiction of the latest watches, warnings
and advisories, please see

At 100 AM MST...A low pressure system with a central atmospheric
pressure of 998 mb or 29.47 inches of mercury was identified over
eastern New Mexico. A front stretched southwestward into
northwestern Mexico and the eastern Pacific. Another boundary
stretches eastward into Texas, up across the central and
Mid-Atlantic U.S. and eventually out into the Atlantic. National
Weather Service Radar and surface observations indicated light to
moderate snow occuring across much of Colorado and Wyoming with
some light snow falling over western Nebraska. The heaviest snow
was observed over central Colorado near Cottonwood Pass.

...Selected preliminary Storm Total Snowfall in inches from 700 PM
MST Sat Feb 01 through 100 AM MST Tue Feb 04...

BOULDER 2 W                           9.2                    
GENESEE 1 N                           7.3                    

DEERFIELD 4 SE                        7.0                    
LEAD                                  6.5                    

SALT LAKE CITY 1 NE                  19.0                    
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS                   18.2                    
SANDY                                17.0                    
LOGAN                                 9.5                    

STORY                                20.0                    
LAMAR RANGER STATION                 15.0                    
ROLLING HILLS ESTATES                14.0                    
LANDER 1 S                           13.7                    
BEDFORD 3 SE                         12.0                    
BIG HORN                             11.5                    
RIVERTON 1 S                          7.8                    
CASPER                                6.0                    

...Selected preliminary Peak Wind gusts in miles per hour earlier
in the event...

ST JOHNS                               70                    
TAYLOR                                 68                    

SAN BERNARDINO                         74                    
HARRISON PARK                          73                    
OAK CREEK                              73                    

EMMA 3 SSW                             60                    
WAUNITA 10 ESE                         60                    
DOUGLAS PASS                           59                    

IDAHOME 2 NW                           63                    
SPENCER 4 S                            57                    

CLIMAX MINE                            74                    
RED ROCK                               67                    

GALLUP 3 WNW                           64                    

LA SAL 9 NNW                           68                    
BARRO                                  59                    
WEST GRANITE                           59                    

...Selected preliminary Storm Total Snowfall in inches where the
event has ended...

CHUBBUCK 2 E                          9.0                    
POCATELLO 3 NE                        8.0                    

PONY                                 18.0                    
RED LODGE 1 S                        17.0                    
FORT SMITH                           10.0                    
BOZEMAN 2 SSE                         8.0                    

MCGILL 10 ESE                        13.0                    
GILLMAN SPRINGS 6 WNW                12.0                    

This low pressure system will move eastward across the central and
eastern U.S. through Friday before departing north toward
Newfoundland. Most of the snow will fall in a swath from New
Mexico to Northern Maine. A total of 6-12 inches of snow is
forecast for the Colorado and Wyoming Rockies through Wednesday.
Snow amounts of 4-8 inches are possible for parts of the Southern
Plains and Northeast through this same period. Several inches of
rain possible through Saturday over the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic
with thunderstorms likely.

The next Storm Summary will be issued by the Weather Prediction
Center at 800 AM MST. Please refer to your local National Weather
Service office for additional information on this event.


Last Updated: 320 AM EST TUE FEB 04 2020