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000
NOUS45 KBOU 161140
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
540 AM MDT TUE SEP 16 2014

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

NOTE: ALL REPORTS ARE IN INCHES.
NOTE: T = TRACE (LESS THAN 0.1 INCH)

                     SNOWFALL       SNOWFALL        SNOWFALL
                   24 HOUR TOTAL  MONTHLY TOTAL  SEASONAL TOTAL
                                   (SEPTEMBER)  (7/1/14-6/30/15)

DENVER INTL AIRPORT     0.0             T              T
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON        0.0             T              T
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK
THROUGH MIDNIGHT        0.0            0.0            0.0

EVERGREEN               0.0             T              T
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT          0.0             T              T
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE             0.0            0.0            0.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$




000
NOUS45 KBOU 161140
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
540 AM MDT TUE SEP 16 2014

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

NOTE: ALL REPORTS ARE IN INCHES.
NOTE: T = TRACE (LESS THAN 0.1 INCH)

                     SNOWFALL       SNOWFALL        SNOWFALL
                   24 HOUR TOTAL  MONTHLY TOTAL  SEASONAL TOTAL
                                   (SEPTEMBER)  (7/1/14-6/30/15)

DENVER INTL AIRPORT     0.0             T              T
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON        0.0             T              T
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK
THROUGH MIDNIGHT        0.0            0.0            0.0

EVERGREEN               0.0             T              T
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT          0.0             T              T
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE             0.0            0.0            0.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$





000
NOUS45 KBOU 160859
PNSBOU
COZ030>051-162300-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
259 AM MDT TUE SEP 16 2014

...TODAY IN METRO DENVER WEATHER HISTORY...

15-17 IN 2000...UNUSUALLY HOT WEATHER FOR SO LATE IN THE SEASON
        OCCURRED WHEN TEMPERATURES CLIMBED INTO THE 90`S SETTING
        DAILY RECORD MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES ON EACH OF THE 3 DAYS.
        THE HIGH TEMPERATURE WAS 92 DEGREES ON THE 15TH AND 95
        DEGREES ON BOTH THE 16TH AND 17TH.
15-19 IN 1906...RAIN ON 5 CONSECUTIVE DAYS TOTALED 1.61 INCHES.
        A THUNDERSTORM OCCURRED ON THE 17TH.  HIGH TEMPERATURES
        RANGED FROM 48 DEGREES ON THE 16TH TO 65 DEGREES ON THE
        15TH.  LOW TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE LOWER TO MID 40`S.
16    IN 1874...A BLAST OF WEST WINDS CAUSED MINOR INJURIES DURING
        WORKING HOURS IN BOULDER.  IN DENVER...THE WINDS VEERED
        SUDDENLY FROM THE SOUTHWEST TO THE NORTHWEST AROUND NOON
        AND INCREASED TO A MAXIMUM SUSTAINED SPEED OF 49 MPH
        BEHIND AN APPARENT COLD FRONT.  THE WINDS REMAINED STRONG
        AND BACKED TO THE WEST FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE AFTERNOON.
      IN 2000...THE RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 95 DEGREES AT DENVER
        INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ESTABLISHED OR EQUALED 3 DIFFERENT
        RECORD EXTREMES:  THE HIGH TEMPERATURE BROKE THE PREVIOUS
        RECORD HIGH FOR THE DAY OF 92 DEGREES SET OVER A CENTURY
        AGO IN 1895; IT MARKED THE WARMEST THAT IT HAS BEEN SO
        LATE IN SEPTEMBER; IT ALSO MARKED THE 60TH DAY DURING THE
        WARM SEASON THAT THE TEMPERATURE HAD REACHED 90 DEGREES OR
        MORE...EQUALING THE RECORD FIRST SET ON SEPTEMBER 29...1994.
      IN 2006...STRONG BORA WINDS BEHIND A PACIFIC COLD FRONT
        RAKED THE EASTERN SLOPES OF THE MOUNTAINS AND METRO
        DENVER DURING THE AFTERNOON.  NORTHWEST WINDS WERE
        SUSTAINED TO 40 MPH WITH GUSTS AS HIGH AS 54 MPH AT
        DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
      IN 2007...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM PRODUCED A PEAK WIND GUST
        OF 67 MPH...ABOUT ONE MILE EAST OF BENNETT.  AT DENVER
        INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...A PEAK WIND GUST OF 48 MPH WAS
        OBSERVED.
16-19 IN 1971...A RECORD BREAKING EARLY FALL SNOW STORM CAUSED
        EXTENSIVE DAMAGE TO TREES AND UTILITY LINES.  THE HEAVY WET
        SNOW OCCURRED WITH LITTLE WIND...BUT CAUSED RECORD BREAKING
        COLD TEMPERATURES FOR SO EARLY IN THE SEASON.  SNOWFALL
        TOTALED 15.6 INCHES AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
        WITH MOST OF THE SNOWFALL...12.0 INCHES...OCCURRING ON THE
        17TH.  THIS WAS THE HEAVIEST FIRST SNOW OF THE SEASON.
        THE MAXIMUM SNOW DEPTH ON THE GROUND WAS 13 INCHES.
        RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES WERE SET ON THREE CONSECUTIVE DAYS:
        31 DEGREES ON THE 17TH...23 DEGREES ON THE 18TH...AND 20
        DEGREES ON THE 19TH...WHICH WAS ALSO A NEW ALL-TIME RECORD
        MINIMUM FOR THE MONTH AT THAT TIME.  RECORD LOW MAXIMUM
        TEMPERATURES WERE SET ON 4 CONSECUTIVE DAYS:  48 DEGREES
        ON THE 16TH...35 DEGREES ON THE 17TH...40 DEGREES ON THE 18TH...
        AND 42 DEGREES ON THE 19TH.

$$





000
NOUS45 KBOU 151356
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
756 AM MDT MON SEP 15 2014

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

NOTE: ALL REPORTS ARE IN INCHES.
NOTE: T = TRACE (LESS THAN 0.1 INCH)

                     SNOWFALL       SNOWFALL        SNOWFALL
                   24 HOUR TOTAL  MONTHLY TOTAL  SEASONAL TOTAL
                                   (SEPTEMBER)  (7/1/14-6/30/15)

DENVER INTL AIRPORT     0.0             T              T
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON        0.0             T              T
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK
THROUGH MIDNIGHT        0.0            0.0            0.0

EVERGREEN               0.0             T              T
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT          0.0             T              T
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE             0.0            0.0            0.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$





000
NOUS45 KBOU 151356
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
756 AM MDT MON SEP 15 2014

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

NOTE: ALL REPORTS ARE IN INCHES.
NOTE: T = TRACE (LESS THAN 0.1 INCH)

                     SNOWFALL       SNOWFALL        SNOWFALL
                   24 HOUR TOTAL  MONTHLY TOTAL  SEASONAL TOTAL
                                   (SEPTEMBER)  (7/1/14-6/30/15)

DENVER INTL AIRPORT     0.0             T              T
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON        0.0             T              T
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK
THROUGH MIDNIGHT        0.0            0.0            0.0

EVERGREEN               0.0             T              T
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT          0.0             T              T
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE             0.0            0.0            0.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$




000
NOUS45 KBOU 150859
PNSBOU
COZ030>051-152300-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
259 AM MDT MON SEP 15 2014

...TODAY IN METRO DENVER WEATHER HISTORY...

15    IN 1921...RAINFALL OF 0.02 INCH WAS THE ONLY MEASURABLE
        PRECIPITATION OF THE MONTH.
      IN 1976...THE PUBLIC REPORTED A FUNNEL CLOUD AND GOLF BALL
        SIZE HAIL EAST OF PARKER.
15-17 IN 2000...UNUSUALLY HOT WEATHER FOR SO LATE IN THE SEASON
        OCCURRED WHEN TEMPERATURES CLIMBED INTO THE 90`S SETTING
        DAILY RECORD MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES ON EACH OF THE 3 DAYS.
        THE HIGH TEMPERATURE WAS 92 DEGREES ON THE 15TH AND 95
        DEGREES ON BOTH THE 16TH AND 17TH.
15-19 IN 1906...RAIN ON 5 CONSECUTIVE DAYS TOTALED 1.61 INCHES.
        A THUNDERSTORM OCCURRED ON THE 17TH.  HIGH TEMPERATURES
        RANGED FROM 48 DEGREES ON THE 16TH TO 65 DEGREES ON THE
        15TH.  LOW TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE LOWER TO MID 40`S.

$$





000
NOUS45 KBOU 150859
PNSBOU
COZ030>051-152300-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
259 AM MDT MON SEP 15 2014

...TODAY IN METRO DENVER WEATHER HISTORY...

15    IN 1921...RAINFALL OF 0.02 INCH WAS THE ONLY MEASURABLE
        PRECIPITATION OF THE MONTH.
      IN 1976...THE PUBLIC REPORTED A FUNNEL CLOUD AND GOLF BALL
        SIZE HAIL EAST OF PARKER.
15-17 IN 2000...UNUSUALLY HOT WEATHER FOR SO LATE IN THE SEASON
        OCCURRED WHEN TEMPERATURES CLIMBED INTO THE 90`S SETTING
        DAILY RECORD MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES ON EACH OF THE 3 DAYS.
        THE HIGH TEMPERATURE WAS 92 DEGREES ON THE 15TH AND 95
        DEGREES ON BOTH THE 16TH AND 17TH.
15-19 IN 1906...RAIN ON 5 CONSECUTIVE DAYS TOTALED 1.61 INCHES.
        A THUNDERSTORM OCCURRED ON THE 17TH.  HIGH TEMPERATURES
        RANGED FROM 48 DEGREES ON THE 16TH TO 65 DEGREES ON THE
        15TH.  LOW TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE LOWER TO MID 40`S.

$$




000
NOUS45 KBOU 140859
PNSBOU
COZ030>051-142300-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
259 AM MDT SUN SEP 14 2014

...TODAY IN METRO DENVER WEATHER HISTORY...

14    IN 1912...SNOW FELL FOR MOST OF THE DAY...BUT MELTED AS IT FELL.
        PRECIPITATION FROM MELTED SNOW WAS 0.46 INCH.  SOME SLEET WAS
        ALSO OBSERVED.  TOTAL PRECIPITATION WAS 0.61 INCH.  NORTH
        WINDS WERE SUSTAINED TO 15 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 17 MPH.
      IN 1934...A MODERATE DUST STORM BLEW INTO THE CITY AT 4:15 PM.
        NORTH WINDS WERE SUSTAINED TO 35 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 44 MPH.
        BY 5:25 PM THE WINDS HAD DECREASED AND THE STORM HAD ENDED.
        A TRACE OF RAIN FELL DURING THE EVENING.
      IN 1976...A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN JUST WEST OF I-25 BETWEEN
        ARAPAHOE ROAD AND DRY CREEK ROAD...TEARING THE ROOF FROM A
        HOUSE.  NEARBY...A HIGH TENSION WIRE FELL ON A HOUSE CAUSING
        DAMAGE...AND LIGHTNING RIPPED A HOLE IN THE SIDE OF A HOUSE.
        THREE TORNADOES WERE OBSERVED JUST EAST OF STAPLETON
        INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AND NORTHEAST OF BUCKLEY FIELD.  NO
        DAMAGE WAS REPORTED.  DIME TO QUARTER SIZE HAIL FELL IN
        NORTHEAST DENVER WITH ONLY 1/4 INCH HAIL AT STAPLETON
        INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.  THE COLORADO STATE PATROL REPORTED
        GOLF BALL SIZE HAIL 4 MILES WEST OF FRANKTOWN.  A FUNNEL
        CLOUD WAS SIGHTED 4 MILES NORTH OF FRANKTOWN.
      IN 1983...A THUNDERSTORM PRODUCED WINDS GUSTS AS HIGH AS 56
        MPH ACROSS METRO DENVER ALONG WITH THICK BLOWING DUST.
        POWER WAS KNOCKED OUT IN MANY LOCATIONS.  THUNDERSTORM WINDS
        GUSTING TO 49 MPH BRIEFLY REDUCED THE VISIBILITY TO 2 MILES
        IN BLOWING DUST AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
      IN 1996...A 54-YEAR-OLD WOMAN WAS STRUCK BY LIGHTNING NEAR
        FRANKTOWN...AS SHE WAS PREPARING AN OUTDOOR BARBEQUE.  THE
        WOMAN WAS KNOCKED UNCONSCIOUS...BUT RECEIVED ONLY MINOR
        INJURIES.  THUNDERSTORMS OVER SOUTHERN JEFFERSON COUNTY
        DUMPED HEAVY RAIN IN THE BUFFALO CREEK AREA.  SOME MINOR
        ROADS WERE WASHED OUT BY FLASH FLOODING...BUT NO OTHER
        DAMAGE WAS REPORTED.  HAIL RANGING IN SIZE FROM 1/2
        TO 3/4 INCH IN DIAMETER FELL AT THE SITE OF THE FORMER
        STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
      IN 2006...A MICROBURST FROM A THUNDERSTORM PRODUCED
        SUSTAINED WINDS TO 40 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 53 MPH AT
        DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.

$$





000
NOUS45 KBOU 140859
PNSBOU
COZ030>051-142300-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
259 AM MDT SUN SEP 14 2014

...TODAY IN METRO DENVER WEATHER HISTORY...

14    IN 1912...SNOW FELL FOR MOST OF THE DAY...BUT MELTED AS IT FELL.
        PRECIPITATION FROM MELTED SNOW WAS 0.46 INCH.  SOME SLEET WAS
        ALSO OBSERVED.  TOTAL PRECIPITATION WAS 0.61 INCH.  NORTH
        WINDS WERE SUSTAINED TO 15 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 17 MPH.
      IN 1934...A MODERATE DUST STORM BLEW INTO THE CITY AT 4:15 PM.
        NORTH WINDS WERE SUSTAINED TO 35 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 44 MPH.
        BY 5:25 PM THE WINDS HAD DECREASED AND THE STORM HAD ENDED.
        A TRACE OF RAIN FELL DURING THE EVENING.
      IN 1976...A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN JUST WEST OF I-25 BETWEEN
        ARAPAHOE ROAD AND DRY CREEK ROAD...TEARING THE ROOF FROM A
        HOUSE.  NEARBY...A HIGH TENSION WIRE FELL ON A HOUSE CAUSING
        DAMAGE...AND LIGHTNING RIPPED A HOLE IN THE SIDE OF A HOUSE.
        THREE TORNADOES WERE OBSERVED JUST EAST OF STAPLETON
        INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AND NORTHEAST OF BUCKLEY FIELD.  NO
        DAMAGE WAS REPORTED.  DIME TO QUARTER SIZE HAIL FELL IN
        NORTHEAST DENVER WITH ONLY 1/4 INCH HAIL AT STAPLETON
        INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.  THE COLORADO STATE PATROL REPORTED
        GOLF BALL SIZE HAIL 4 MILES WEST OF FRANKTOWN.  A FUNNEL
        CLOUD WAS SIGHTED 4 MILES NORTH OF FRANKTOWN.
      IN 1983...A THUNDERSTORM PRODUCED WINDS GUSTS AS HIGH AS 56
        MPH ACROSS METRO DENVER ALONG WITH THICK BLOWING DUST.
        POWER WAS KNOCKED OUT IN MANY LOCATIONS.  THUNDERSTORM WINDS
        GUSTING TO 49 MPH BRIEFLY REDUCED THE VISIBILITY TO 2 MILES
        IN BLOWING DUST AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
      IN 1996...A 54-YEAR-OLD WOMAN WAS STRUCK BY LIGHTNING NEAR
        FRANKTOWN...AS SHE WAS PREPARING AN OUTDOOR BARBEQUE.  THE
        WOMAN WAS KNOCKED UNCONSCIOUS...BUT RECEIVED ONLY MINOR
        INJURIES.  THUNDERSTORMS OVER SOUTHERN JEFFERSON COUNTY
        DUMPED HEAVY RAIN IN THE BUFFALO CREEK AREA.  SOME MINOR
        ROADS WERE WASHED OUT BY FLASH FLOODING...BUT NO OTHER
        DAMAGE WAS REPORTED.  HAIL RANGING IN SIZE FROM 1/2
        TO 3/4 INCH IN DIAMETER FELL AT THE SITE OF THE FORMER
        STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
      IN 2006...A MICROBURST FROM A THUNDERSTORM PRODUCED
        SUSTAINED WINDS TO 40 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 53 MPH AT
        DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.

$$




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