Upper Green River Basin Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Special Statement
Statement as of 1:53 AM MDT on April 26, 2015

Another change in the weather is on the way as rain mixes with
snow by sunrise. Very wet snow will develop and persist
through the morning before changing back to all rain in most areas.
Expect accumulations of less than 2 inches on grassy areas in the
lower elevations... to as much as 4 inches in the green and
Rattlesnake Mountains. Little accumulation is expected on the
roadways. The wet weather will persist through the afternoon before
ending by this evening.

Northeast winds will increase across eastern Sweetwater County this
afternoon with 20 to 30 mph winds steady by sunset... a notable
cross wind for portions of Interstate 80 east of Green River.



726 PM MDT Sat Apr 25 2015

Another change in the weather is on the way as rain mixes with
snow by sunrise on Sunday. Very wet snow may develop and persist
through Sunday morning before changing back to all rain. Expect
accumulations of less than 2 inches on grassy areas in the lower
elevations... to as much as 4 inches in the green and
Rattlesnake Mountains. Little accumulation is expected on the
roadways. The wet weather will persist through the afternoon before
ending by Sunday evening.



257 PM MDT Sat Apr 25 2015

Another change in the weather is on the way as rain mixes with
snow by sunrise on Sunday. Very wet snow may develop and persist
through Sunday morning before changing back to all rain. Expect
accumulations of less than 2 inches on grassy areas in the lower
elevations... to as much as 4 inches in the green and
Rattlesnake Mountains. Little accumulation is expected on the
roadways. The wet weather will persist through the afternoon before
ending by Sunday evening.



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