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Storm Data and Unusual Weather Phenomena
March 2005

Additions/Corrections

                      Time         Path        Path
                      Local/       Length      Width
Location     Date     Standard     (Miles)     (Yards)

COLORADO, Central and Northeast

  COZ034     S & Se Grand / W Central & Sw Boulder / Gilpin / Clear
             Creek / Summit / N & W Park Counties Above 9000 Feet

             24       1220MST

Two climbers were caught in an avalanche on the south side of Quandary
Peak. One man survived with only minor injuries while his friend was
buried and killed. Quandry Peak is located at the south end of the
Tenmile Range, the summit is about 6.5 miles SSW of Breckenridge.

M?0U

  COZ034     S & Se Grand / W Central & Sw Boulder / Gilpin / Clear
             Creek / Summit / N & W Park Counties Above 9000 Feet

             27       1300MST

Three backcountry skiers were caught in an avalanche, I was partially
buried, 2 were completely buried and injured. The more seriously
injured skier suffered a fractured pelvis and a large leg laceration.

                      Number of Persons      Estimate Damage

Location     Date     Killed     Injured     Property     Crops

COLORADO, Central and Northeast

  COZ034     S & Se Grand / W Central & Sw Boulder / Gilpin / Clear
             Creek / Summit / N & W Park Counties Above 9000 Feet

             24       1          1

Two climbers were caught in an avalanche on the south side of Quandary
Peak. One man survived with only minor injuries while his friend was
buried and killed. Quandry Peak is located at the south end of the
Tenmile Range, the summit is about 6.5 miles SSW of Breckenridge.

M?OU

  COZ034     S & Se Grand / W Central & Sw Boulder / Gilpin / Clear
             Creek / Summit / N & W Park Counties Above 9000 Feet

             27       0          2

Three backcountry skiers were caught in an avalanche, I was partially
buried, 2 were completely buried and injured. The more seriously
injured skier suffered a fractured pelvis and a large leg laceration.

Location     Date     Character of Storm

COLORADO, Central and Northeast

  COZ034     S & Se Grand / W Central & Sw Boulder / Gilpin / Clear
             Creek / Summit / N & W Park Counties Above 9000 Feet

             24       Avalanche

Two climbers were caught in an avalanche on the south side of Quandary
Peak. One man survived with only minor injuries while his friend was
buried and killed. Quandry Peak is located at the south end of the
Tenmile Range, the summit is about 6.5 miles SSW of Breckenridge.

M?OU

  COZ034     S & Se Grand / W Central & Sw Boulder / Gilpin / Clear
             Creek / Summit / N & W Park Counties Above 9000 Feet

             27       Avalanche

Three backcountry skiers were caught in an avalanche, I was partially
buried, 2 were completely buried and injured. The more seriously
injured skier suffered a fractured pelvis and a large leg laceration.

Storm Data and Unusual Weather Phenomena
May 2005

Additions/Corrections

                      Time         Path        Path
                      Local/       Length      Width
Location     Date     Standard     (Miles)     (Yards)

COLORADO, Central and Northeast

  COZ034     S & Se Grand / W Central & Sw Boulder / Gilpin / Clear
             Creek / Summit / N & W Park Counties Above 9000 Feet

             18       1300MST

A backcountry snowboarder triggered a small slab avalanche on the
north side of Buffalo Mountain. He received leg and facial injuries.

  COZ034     S & Se Grand / W Central & Sw Boulder / Gilpin / Clear
             Creek / Summit / N & W Park Counties Above 9000 Feet

             20       1030MST

A 53-year-old skier from Boulder was buried and killed in a
medium-sized wet slab avalanche at Arapahoe Basin. The avalanche
occurred in an area known as the First Alley, immediately below the
roll on the west side of the Pallavicini Run.

M530U

                      Number of Persons      Estimate Damage

Location     Date     Killed     Injured     Property     Crops

COLORADO, Central and Northeast

  COZ034     S & Se Grand / W Central & Sw Boulder / Gilpin / Clear
             Creek / Summit / N & W Park Counties Above 9000 Feet

             18       0          l

A backcountry snowboarder triggered a small slab avalanche on the
north side of Buffalo Mountain. He received leg and facial injuries.

  COZ034     S & Se Grand / W Central & Sw Boulder / Gilpin / Clear
             Creek / Summit / N & W Park Counties Above 9000 Feet

             20       1          0

A 53-year-old skier from Boulder was buried and killed in a
medium-sized wet slab avalanche at Arapahoe Basin. The avalanche
occurred in an area known as the First Alley, immediately below the
roll on the west side of the Pallavicini Run.

M530U

Location     Date     Character of Storm

COLORADO, Central and Northeast

  COZ034     S & Se Grand / W Central & Sw Boulder / Gilpin / Clear
             Creek / Summit / N & W Park Counties Above 9000 Feet

             18       Avalanche

A backcountry snowboarder triggered a small slab avalanche on the
north side of Buffalo Mountain. He received leg and facial injuries.

  COZ034     S & Se Grand / W Central & Sw Boulder / Gilpin / Clear
             Creek / Summit / N & W Park Counties Above 9000 Feet

             20       Avalanche

A 53-year-old skier from Boulder was buried and killed in a
medium-sized wet slab avalanche at Arapahoe Basin. The avalanche
occurred in an area known as the First Alley, immediately below the
roll on the west side of the Pallavicini Run.

M530U

Storm Data and Unusual Weather Phenomena
November 2005

Additions/Corrections

                      Time         Path        Path
                      Local/       Length      Width
Location     Date     Standard     (Miles)     (Yards)

COLORADO, Central and Northeast

  COZ033     S & E Jackson / Larimer / N & Ne Grand / Nw Boulder
             Counties Above 9000 Feet

             06       1030MST

A backcountry snowboarder and his dog were buried and killed in a hard
slab avalanche on the north side of Mines Peak, just northeast of the
summit of Berthoud Pass.

M32OU

                      Number of Persons      Estimate Damage

Location     Date     Killed     Injured     Property     Crops

COLORADO, Central and Northeast

  COZ033     S & E Jackson / Larimer / N & Ne Grand / Nw Boulder
             Counties Above 9000 Feet

             06       1          0

A backcountry snowboarder and his dog were buried and killed in a hard
slab avalanche on the north side of Mines Peak, just northeast of the
summit of Berthoud Pass.

M32OU

Location     Date     Character of Storm

COLORADO, Central and Northeast

  COZ033     S & E Jackson / Larimer / N & Ne Grand / Nw Boulder
             Counties Above 9000 Feet

             06       Avalanche

A backcountry snowboarder and his dog were buried and killed in a hard
slab avalanche on the north side of Mines Peak, just northeast of the
summit of Berthoud Pass.

M32OU

Storm Data and Unusual Weather Phenomena
December 2005

Additions/Corrections

                      Time         Path        Path
                      Local/       Length      Width
Location     Date     Standard     (Miles)     (Yards)

COLORADO, Central and Northeast

  COZ034     S & Se Grand / W Central & Sw Boulder / Gilpin / Clear
             Creek / Summit / N & W Park Counties Above 9000 Feet

             22       1230MST

Two teenage hikers were caught in a hard slab avalanche on the east
side of Kelso Mountain, about 3 miles south of Bakerville and about
1 mile east of the summit of Torreys Peak. One young man--an
18-year-old from Colorado Springs--was buried and killed.

M18OU

MICHIGAN, East

  MIZ055     Sanilac

             12       1100EST
                      1600EST

Intense Lake effect snow showers dumped up to a foot of snow along
the Lake Huron shoreline in Sanilac County. The snow showers began
early on the 12th and persisted on and off through the day. At 1100
EST, Law enforcement reported 6 to 8 inches of snow in three hours
with near zero visibilities near the town of Forestville.

                      Number of Persons       Estimate Damage

Location     Date     Killed     Injured     Property     Crops

COLORADO, Central and Northeast

  COZ034     S & Se Grand / W Central & Sw Boulder / Gilpin / Clear
             Creek / Summit / N & W Park Counties Above 9000 Feet

             22       1          0           0

Two teenage hikers were caught in a hard slab avalanche on the east
side of Kelso Mountain, about 3 miles south of Bakerville and about
1 mile east of the summit of Torreys Peak. One young man--an
18-year-old from Colorado Springs--was buried and killed.

M18OU

MICHIGAN, East

  MIZ055     Sanilac

             12       0          0

Intense Lake effect snow showers dumped up to a foot of snow along
the Lake Huron shoreline in Sanilac County. The snow showers began
early on the 12th and persisted on and off through the day. At 1100
EST, Law enforcement reported 6 to 8 inches of snow in three hours
with near zero visibilities near the town of Forestville.

Location     Date     Character of Storm

COLORADO, Central and Northeast

  COZ034     S & Se Grand / W Central & Sw Boulder / Gilpin / Clear
             Creek / Summit / N & W Park Counties Above 9000 Feet

             22       Avalanche

Two teenage hikers were caught in a hard slab avalanche on the east
side of Kelso Mountain, about 3 miles south of Bakerville and about
1 mile east of the summit of Torreys Peak. One young man--an
18-year-old from Colorado Springs--was buried and killed.

M18OU

MICHIGAN, East

  MIZ055     Sanilac

             12       Lake-Effect Snow

Intense Lake effect snow showers dumped up to a foot of snow along
the Lake Huron shoreline in Sanilac County. The snow showers began
early on the 12th and persisted on and off through the day. At 1100
EST, Law enforcement reported 6 to 8 inches of snow in three hours
with near zero visibilities near the town of Forestville.

Storm Data and Unusual Weather Phenomena
January 2006

Additions/Corrections

                                      Time         Path        Path
                                      Local/       Length      Width
Location                     Date     Standard     (Miles)     (Yards)

ALASKA, Northern

  AKZ202                     Northern Arctic Coast

                             24       0500AST
                                      1100AST

In the early morning of Jan 24, an Ivu, or push of ice came on shore
to Barrow. An ivu is the Inupiaq Eskimo word for the collision of a
massive ice floe against the shore-fast ice. They are caused by ocean
currents and winds blowing multi-year ice onto the shore, creating
piles up to 40 feet high. On January 22, the NWS Weather Service
Office in Barrow, AK, confirmed that first-year sea ice had pushed
onshore with an average berm height of 6 to 8 feet. By January 24,
the massive ice flow had continued to push onshore increasing to
25 feet and blocking roads within the North Slope community. Front-end
loaders were used to clear roads and in particular the road from the
city of Barrow to the Naval Arctic Research Laboratory. The ice in
the flow was first- or second-year ice around 3 feet thick. The ivu
was the first since 1978.

CARIBBEAN SEA AND TROPICAL ATLANTIC

  Atl Waters Swd Fm
  19.5 Btwn 68W And
  64W To Nw Cst Pr

    Mouth Rio Guajataca      27       1635AST
                                      1650AST

A waterspout was reported off the north coast of Puerto Rico between
Hatillo and Camuy. It was moving slowly south.

COLORADO, Central and Northeast

  COZ033                     S & E Jackson / Larimer / N & Ne Grand /
                             Nw Boulder Counties Above 9000 Feet

                             01       1100MST

Two snowmobilers from Iowa were buried and killed in an avalanche in
the Trap Park area of the Front Range, about 3.5 miles east-northeast
of Cameron Pass. There were 12 snowmobilers in the party. Seven were
caught, five partly buried and two fully buried; both buried riders
were killed. The data was provided by the Colorado Avalanche
Information Center.

M25OU, M32OU

FLORIDA, West Central

  FLZ039                     Levy

                             06       0300EST
                                      0700EST

Arctic air overspread the Nature Coast and caused the coldest air of
the season. The temperature six miles southeast of Chiefland dropped
to 30 degrees and Bronson dropped to 31 degrees. Temperatures dropped
briefly into the low to mid 30s across the inland areas of Citrus,
Hernando, Sumter, and Paseo counties.

  FLZ052                     Polk

                             15       0200EST
                                      0900EST

Canadian high pressure settled over Florida bringing unseasonably
cold weather to the state. Winter Haven dropped to 32 degrees with
wind chills dropping into the mid 20s. The rest of west central and
southwest Florida recorded wind chills in the lower 30s but the
duration was less than 3 hours.

GEORGIA, Northeast

  GAZ010-017                 Rabun - Habersham

                             14       0800EST
                             15       0200EST

Strong winds developed behind a cold front across the mountains of
Georgia during the late morning, and continued through the remainder
of the day. There was widespread damage to trees and power lines,
with quite a few power outages. A 37-year-old man was injured in
Clayton, GA when a tree snapped off and fell on him. At least 1
vehicle was crushed by a fallen tree in Clayton.

NORTH CAROLINA, Northwest and North Central

  NCZ001>003-005-018>019     Ashe - Alleghany - Surry - Rockingham
                             Watauga Wilkes

                             14       0800EST
                                      1500EST

A cold front passed across North Carolina in the early morning hours
of the 14th. After sunrise, winds increased and very strong

TEXAS, North

  TXZ091-116-129             Montague - Palo Pinto - Eastland

                             01       15000ST
                             02       12000ST

Several devastating wild fires erupted across north Texas due to low
humidities, strong winds, and the ongoing drought. In Montague County,
a 17-mile long fire burned between Ringgold and Nocona, destroying
forty homes. Two firefighters and two civilians were injured. A grass
fire which began in Palo Pinto County near the Mineral Wells Airport
burned 13 structures, including 5 homes. The fire grew to cover 1,800
acres. One firefighter suffered second-degree burns and another smoke
inhalation. A grass fire burned more than 35,000 acres in the
southeastern part of Eastland county and forced evacuations of the
nearby towns of Carbon, Gorman, and Desdemona. The community of Kokomo
essentially burned to the ground. Thirty-six buildings, including
homes, were destroyed. Numerous livestock were lost in the fire. The
fire was 35 miles long.

UTAH, West and Central

  Cache County
    Petersboro Siding        01       2200MST
                             02       1000MST

Newspaper reports of flooding in homes in Petersboro, UT in Cache
Valley. Number of homes not given.

  UTZ006                     Wasatch Mountain Valleys/Huntsville/
                             Park City/Heber

                             01       2200MST
                             03       1000MST

9" at Kamas and PArk City, including 3" in 1 hr 1/3 am.

  UTZ007>008-017             Wasatch Mountains 180 North - Wasatch
                             Mountains South Of 180 - Central And
                             Southwest Mountains

                             01       2200MST
                             03       1000MST

Otter Creek RAWS. 36" storm total on Ben Lomond Peak M50OT

  UTZ003-005                 Salt Lake And Toole Valleys - Great
                             Salt Lake Desert And Mountains/
                             Wendover/Snowville

                             02       1700MST
                                      1930MST

Olympus Cove weather station

A STRONG WINTER STORM SYSTEM BROUGHT HIGH WINDS AND HEAVY SNOW TO
THE MOUNTAINS. ONE PERSON DIED WHEN THEIR SMALL PRIVATE PLANE CRASHED
INTO THE SIDE OF A MOUNTAIN NEAR JORDANELLE DAM IN HEAVY SNOW. RAIN
AND SNOW MELT RESULTED IN FLOODING IN THE CACHE VALLEY AT PETERSBORO.
STANDING WATER CLOSED MAIN STREET AND WATER FILLED SEVERAL HOMES
BASEMENTS. STRONG WIND GUSTS BLEW OVER SIGNS AND RIPPED OFF SHINGLES
IN CEDAR CITY.

PEAK WIND GUSTS WERE (MPH)..

  OTTER CREEK RAWS (RICH CO)     90
  SIGNAL PEAK (SEVIER CO)        74
  OLYMPUS COVE                   62
  DUGWAY                         59
  WASATCH RIDGELINE              79
  LOST CREEK (SEVIER CO)         64
  TOOELE                         60

SNOWFALL AMOUNTS WERE (INCHES)..

  BEN LOMOND PEAK                32
  SOLITUDE                       22
  ALTA LIFTS                     20
  PARK CITY RIDGE                17
  DANIELS PASS                   14
  CEDAR BREAKS                   12
  SPRUCES                        11
  KAMAS                           9
  KIMBALL JUNCTION                4
  SNOWBIRD                       27
  TIMP DIVIDE                    22
  BRIGHTON                       19
  FARMINGTON CYN                 15
  TRIAL LAKE                     13
  THE CANYONS                    12
  WASATCH PLATEAU                10
  PARK CITY                       8
  HEBER CITY                      4
  ALTA UDOT                      24
  TONY GROVE LAKE                20
  MONTE CRISTO                   18
  HIGH UINTAS                    14
  KOLOB-ZION NP                  12
  CHALK CREEK                    11
  JORDANELLE RES                  9
  BRIAN HEAD                      8

  UTZ007>008                 Wasatch Mountains 180 North - Wasatch
                             Mountains South Of 180

                             07       1200MST
                             08       2300MST

16" storm total at Tony Grove Lake

JAN 7TH-8TH.. A COUPLE OF FAST MOVING STORMS AFFECTED NORTHERN

UTAH, West and Central

UTAH. SNOW DUSTED THE WASATCH FRONT ON THE 8TH AND RESULTED IN ICY
ROADWAYS. DOZENS OF SLIDE OFF ACCIDENTS WERE REPORTED.

SNOWFALL AMOUNTS WERE (INCHES)..

  TONY GROVE LAKE                16
  SNOWBIRD                       12
  SPRUCES                        10
  SNOWBIRD                        7
  CHALK CREEK                     6
  TIMP DIVIDE                     3
  BRIGHTON                       15
  MONTE CRISTO                   11
  FARMINGTON CYN                  9
  THE CANYONS                     7
  DANIELS PASS                    5
  UPPER MILLCREEK                 2
  ALTA UDOT                      13
  SNOWBASIN                      10
  SOLITUDE                        9
  BEN LOMOND PEAK                 6
  TRIAL LAKE                      5
  SUNDANCE                        2

  UTZ006>008                 Wasatch Mountain Valleys/Huntsville/
                             Park City/Heber - Wasatch Mountains 180
                             North - Wasatch Mountains South Of 180

                             11       0900MST
                                      2100MST

9" snowfall in 12hrs in Liberty

  UTZ002>003-005-            Northern Wasatch Front/Brigham City/
  007>009-017                Ogden Bountiful - Salt Lake And Toole
                             Valleys - Great Salt Lake Desert And
                             Mountains/Wendover/Snowville - Wasatch
                             Mountains 180 North - Wasatch Mountains
                             South Of 180 - Western Unita Mountains
                             - Central And Southwest Mountains

                             15       0600MST
                             16       1000MST

6" along the Bountiful bench

A winter storm brought heavy snow to much of the state, with
significant snow in the populated valleys.

SNOWFALL TOTALS WERE (INCHES)..

  ALTA UDOT                      20
  FARMINGTON CYN                 15
  WASATCH PLATEAU                14
  BRIAN HEAD                     13
  KOLOB-ZION NP                  12
  TONY GROVE LAKE                 9
  TRIAL LAKE                      8
  CEDAR BREAKS                    8
  NORTH SLC BENCH                 7
  COTTONWOOD HTS                  6
  UPPER SLC AVENUES               5
  TAYLORSVILLE                    5
  PINTO JUNCTION                  5
  WEST JORDAN                     3
  LAYTON BENCH                    3
  SUNDANCE                        3
  EAST LAYTON                     2
  SPANISH FORK                    2
  SOUTH JORDAN                    2
  COALVILLE                       2
  ALTA LIFTS                     18
  SOLITUDE                       15
  BEN LOMOND PEAK                13
  THE CANYONS                    12
  PARK CITY RIDGE                10
  TUSHAR MTS                      9
  FARNSWORTH LAKE                 8
  SNOWBASIN                       7
  BOUNTIFUL BENCH                 6
  EDEN                            6
  SUNCREST-DRAPER                 5
  SANDY                           5
  NEW HARMONY                     4
  WEST VALLEY CITY                3
  ALPINE                          3
  PLEASANT GROVE                  2
  SLC AIRPORT                     2
  LOGAN AIRPORT                   2
  CEDAR CITY                      2
  MORGAN                          2
  SNOWBIRD                       18
  OQUIRRH MTS                    14
  SPRUCES                        13
  BRIGHTON                       12
  CHALK CREEK                    10
  STRAWBERRY RES                  8
  PINE VALLEY MTS                 8
  MONTE CRISTO                    7
  UPPER MILLCREEK                 6
  TIMP DIVIDE                     6
  PAYSON                          5
  COVE FORT                       5
  COTTONWOOD                      3
  SANTAQUIN                       3
  SOUTH OGDEN                     3
  WEST HAVEN                      2
  OGDEN NE BENCH                  2
  TOOELE                          2
  KAMAS                           2
  RANDOLPH                        2

  UTZ002>004-006>            Northern Wasatch Front/Brigham City/
  008-014>015                Ogden Bountiful - Salt Lake And Toole
                             Valleys - Southern Wasatch Front/Lehi/
                             Provo/Nephi - Wasatch Mountain Valleys/
                             Huntsville/Park City/Heber - Wasatch
                             Mountains 180 North - Wasatch Mountains
                             South Of 180 - Sanpete/Sevier Valleys -
                             West Central Utah/Delta

                             17       1800MST
                             19       2000MST

6" in Layton

A series of storms brought a 3-day snow event to Utah.

SNOWFALL TOTALS WERE (INCHES)..

  TONY GROVE LAKE                29
  SOLITUDE                       22
  STANSBURY MTS                  22
  OQUIRRH MTS                    19
  BRIGHTON                       29
  ALTA UDOT                      22
  SNOWBIRD                       20
  TOOELE                         18
  FILLMORE 8 E                   23
  ALTA LIFTS                     22
  ELK RIDGE                      19
  PAYSON R.S.                    17

UTAH, West and Central

  WASATCH PLATEAU                17
  SPRUCES                        14
  ALPINE                         13
  TRIAL LAKE                     13
  MONTE CRISTO                   12
  CEDAR HILLS                    11
  DUGWAY                         10
  KANOSH                         11
  ROOSEVELT                       9
  WEST JORDAN BENCH               7
  STERLING                        7
  LAYTON BENCH                    6
  PARK CITY                       6
  NORTH SLC BENCH                 5
  NEPHI                           5
  SOUTH OGDEN                     4
  EAST LAYTON                     4
  UPPER SLC AVENUES               4
  ALTAMONT                        4
  ROY                             3
  SOUTH JORDAN                    3
  CEDAR CITY                      3
  BRIAN HEAD                     17
  SUNCREST-DRAPER                14
  FARMINGTON CYN                 13
  EAGLE MOUNTAIN                 12
  TIMP DIVIDE                    12
  GRANTSVILLE                    11
  SPRINGVILLE                    10
  COVE FORT                      10
  LAKESIDE                        9
  HERRIMAN                        7
  FILLMORE                        7
  BOUNTIFUL                       6
  DELTA                           6
  UPPER MILLCREEK                 5
  COTTONWOOD HTS                  5
  MANTUA                          4
  WEST JORDAN                     4
  HEBER CITY                      4
  WEST HAVEN                      3
  FARMINGTON                      3
  KAMAS                           3
  BRIGHAM CITY                    2
  PAYSON                         14
  FARNSWORTH LAKE                14
  THE CANYONS                    13
  SPANISH FORK                   12
  SANDY                          11
  CHALK CREEK                    11
  EDEN                           10
  PLEASANT GROVE                  9
  CEDAR BREAKS                    9
  MANTI                           7
  PROVO BYU                       6
  LAKETOWN                        6
  BEN LOMOND PEAK                 6
  OREM                            5
  OGDEN NE BENCH                  4
  HYDE PARK                       4
  TAYLORSVILLE                    4
  DUCHESNE                        4
  LAYTON                          3
  SLC AIRPORT                     3
  RANDOLPH                        3

  UTZ017-017                 Central And Southwest Mountains

                             25       1900MST
                             26       1900MST

15" in 18 hrs at Midway Valley

  UTZ004-006>007             Southern Wasatch Front/Lehi/Provo/Nephi
                             - Wasatch Mountain Valleys/Huntsville/
                             Park City/Heber - Wasatch Mountains
                             180 North

                             28       1000MST
                             29       0800MST
6" in 12h at Alpine

  UTZ007                     Wasatch Mountains 180 North

                             31       1200MST
                                      2350MST

12" in 12h at Ben Lomond

VIRGIN ISLANDS

  VIZ002                     St. Croix

                             18       0000AST
                             23       2359AST

Breezy to windy conditions affected the U.S. Virgin Islands during
this period. Some residents of St. Croix reported tarpaulins, tents
and lawn furniture being blown over. A few trees were toppled across
the island and isolated power interruptions occurred. Strong high
pressure center in the western Atlantic was responsible for the
blistery conditions. An NWS spotter at Maria Hill along St. Croix
East End reported a wind gust of 49 mph on Saturday January 21.

VIRGINIA, East

  Brunswick County
    Cochran                  14       0100EST

Trees down on Route 1.

  Dinwiddie County
    Carson                   14       0142EST

Nickel size hail fell. Wind gusts were estimated at 50 mph.

  New Kent County
    New Kent                 14       0155EST

Trees down on Old Church Road.

  Sussex County
    Jarratt                  14       0159EST

Trees down along Route 619.

  King William County
    West Pt                  14       0205EST

Large tree down on car on Route 30.

  Prince George County
    Prince George            14       0209EST

Trees down at Route 10 and Ruffin Road and on Lone Oak Road at
Route 614.

  King And Queen County
    5 SE Millers Tavern      14       0215EST      0.3         50
                                      0216EST

F0 tornado demolished 2 sheds at residence. Some minor roof damage
also occurred. Numerous trees blown down or snapped off.

  Richmond County
    Tidewater                14       0230EST

Damage to two outbuildings. Several trees blown down. Small hail also
reported.

  Suffolk (C)
    Elephant Fork            14       0324EST

Large pine tree snapped and fell on two homes on Kristen Lane. One
received major structural damage.

  Newport News (C)
    2 SW (Phf)               14       0330EST
    Newport Nev

Trees down along Colony Road.

  Portsmouth (C)
    Portsmouth               14       0340EST

Large tree down at 200 block of Mayflower Avenue.

  Norfolk (C)
    Norfolk                  14       0342EST

Large tree blown down near downtown.

  Virginia Beach (C)
    2 E Sigma                14       0345EST

Vinyl carport flipped at Sandbridge Beach.

VIRGINIA, Southwest

  VAZ007-009>020-022>        Tazewell - Smyth - Bland - Giles -
  024-032>035-43045          Wythe - Pulaski - Montgomery - Grayson
                             - Carroll - Floyd - Craig - Alleghany
                             - Bath - Roanoke - Botetourt -
                             Rockbridge - Patrick - Franklin -
                             Bedford - Amherst - Henry -
                             Pittsylvania - Campbell

                             14       0800EST
                                      1500EST

A cold front passed across Virginia in the early morning hours of the
14th. After sunrise, winds increased and very strong gusts during the
day resulted in numerous reports of trees down, many power lines down,
power outages, signs blown down or bent, and some structural damage
from trees falling on buildings, and shingles being blown off roofs.

                                      Number of Persons

Location                     Date     Killed     Injured

ALASKA, Northern

  AKZ202                     Northern Arctic Coast

                             24       0          0

In the early morning of Jan 24, an Ivu, or push of ice came on shore
to Barrow. An ivu is the Inupiaq Eskimo word for the collision of a
massive ice floe against the shore-fast ice. They are caused by ocean
currents and winds blowing multi-year ice onto the shore, creating
piles up to 40 feet high. On January 22, the NWS Weather Service
Office in Barrow, AK, confirmed that first-year sea ice had pushed
onshore with an average berm height of 6 to 8 feet. By January 24,
the massive ice flow had continued to push onshore increasing to
25 feet and blocking roads within the North Slope community. Front-end
loaders were used to clear roads and in particular the road from the
city of Barrow to the Naval Arctic Research Laboratory. The ice in
the flow was first- or second-year ice around 3 feet thick. The ivu
was the first since 1978.

CARIBBEAN SEA AND TROPICAL ATLANTIC

  Atl Waters Swd Fm
  19.5 Btwn 68W And
  64W To Nw Cst Pr

    Mouth Rio Guajataca      27       0          0

A waterspout was reported off the north coast of Puerto Rico between
Hatillo and Camuy. It was moving slowly south.

COLORADO, Central and Northeast

  COZ033                     S & E Jackson / Larimer / N & Ne Grand /
                             Nw Boulder Counties Above 9000 Feet

                             01       2          0

Two snowmobilers from Iowa were buried and killed in an avalanche in
the Trap Park area of the Front Range, about 3.5 miles east-northeast
of Cameron Pass. There were 12 snowmobilers in the party. Seven were
caught, five partly buried and two fully buried; both buried riders
were killed. The data was provided by the Colorado Avalanche
Information Center.

M25OU, M32OU

FLORIDA, West Central

  FLZ039                     Levy

                             06       0          0

Arctic air overspread the Nature Coast and caused the coldest air of
the season. The temperature six miles southeast of Chiefland dropped
to 30 degrees and Bronson dropped to 31 degrees. Temperatures dropped
briefly into the low to mid 30s across the inland areas of Citrus,
Hernando, Sumter, and Paseo counties.

  FLZ052                     Polk

                             15       0          0

Canadian high pressure settled over Florida bringing unseasonably
cold weather to the state. Winter Haven dropped to 32 degrees with
wind chills dropping into the mid 20s. The rest of west central and
southwest Florida recorded wind chills in the lower 30s but the
duration was less than 3 hours.

GEORGIA, Northeast

  GAZ010-017                 Rabun - Habersham

                             14       0          1
                             15

Strong winds developed behind a cold front across the mountains of
Georgia during the late morning, and continued through the remainder
of the day. There was widespread damage to trees and power lines,
with quite a few power outages. A 37-year-old man was injured in
Clayton, GA when a tree snapped off and fell on him. At least 1
vehicle was crushed by a fallen tree in Clayton.

NORTH CAROLINA, Northwest and North Central

  NCZ001>003-005-018>019     Ashe - Alleghany - Surry - Rockingham
                             Watauga Wilkes

                             14       0          0

A cold front passed across North Carolina in the early morning hours
of the 14th. After sunrise, winds increased and very strong

TEXAS, North

  TXZ091-116-129             Montague - Palo Pinto - Eastland

                             01       0          6
                             02

Several devastating wild fires erupted across north Texas due to low
humidities, strong winds, and the ongoing drought. In Montague County,
a 17-mile long fire burned between Ringgold and Nocona, destroying
forty homes. Two firefighters and two civilians were injured. A grass
fire which began in Palo Pinto County near the Mineral Wells Airport
burned 13 structures, including 5 homes. The fire grew to cover 1,800
acres. One firefighter suffered second-degree burns and another smoke
inhalation. A grass fire burned more than 35,000 acres in the
southeastern part of Eastland county and forced evacuations of the
nearby towns of Carbon, Gorman, and Desdemona. The community of Kokomo
essentially burned to the ground. Thirty-six buildings, including
homes, were destroyed. Numerous livestock were lost in the fire. The
fire was 35 miles long.

UTAH, West and Central

  Cache County
    Petersboro Siding        01       0          0
                             02

Newspaper reports of flooding in homes in Petersboro, UT in Cache
Valley. Number of homes not given.

  UTZ006                     Wasatch Mountain Valleys/Huntsville/
                             Park City/Heber

                             01       0          0
                             03

9" at Kamas and PArk City, including 3" in 1 hr 1/3 am.

  UTZ007>008-017             Wasatch Mountains 180 North - Wasatch
                             Mountains South Of 180 - Central And
                             Southwest Mountains

                             01       l          0
                             03

Otter Creek RAWS. 36" storm total on Ben Lomond Peak M50OT

  UTZ003-005                 Salt Lake And Toole Valleys - Great
                             Salt Lake Desert And Mountains/
                             Wendover/Snowville

                             02       0          0

Olympus Cove weather station

A STRONG WINTER STORM SYSTEM BROUGHT HIGH WINDS AND HEAVY SNOW TO
THE MOUNTAINS. ONE PERSON DIED WHEN THEIR SMALL PRIVATE PLANE CRASHED
INTO THE SIDE OF A MOUNTAIN NEAR JORDANELLE DAM IN HEAVY SNOW. RAIN
AND SNOW MELT RESULTED IN FLOODING IN THE CACHE VALLEY AT PETERSBORO.
STANDING WATER CLOSED MAIN STREET AND WATER FILLED SEVERAL HOMES
BASEMENTS. STRONG WIND GUSTS BLEW OVER SIGNS AND RIPPED OFF SHINGLES
IN CEDAR CITY.

PEAK WIND GUSTS WERE (MPH)..

  OTTER CREEK RAWS (RICH CO)     90
  SIGNAL PEAK (SEVIER CO)        74
  OLYMPUS COVE                   62
  DUGWAY                         59
  WASATCH RIDGELINE              79
  LOST CREEK (SEVIER CO)         64
  TOOELE                         60

SNOWFALL AMOUNTS WERE (INCHES)..

  BEN LOMOND PEAK                32
  SOLITUDE                       22
  ALTA LIFTS                     20
  PARK CITY RIDGE                17
  DANIELS PASS                   14
  CEDAR BREAKS                   12
  SPRUCES                        11
  KAMAS                           9
  KIMBALL JUNCTION                4
  SNOWBIRD                       27
  TIMP DIVIDE                    22
  BRIGHTON                       19
  FARMINGTON CYN                 15
  TRIAL LAKE                     13
  THE CANYONS                    12
  WASATCH PLATEAU                10
  PARK CITY                       8
  HEBER CITY                      4
  ALTA UDOT                      24
  TONY GROVE LAKE                20
  MONTE CRISTO                   18
  HIGH UINTAS                    14
  KOLOB-ZION NP                  12
  CHALK CREEK                    11
  JORDANELLE RES                  9
  BRIAN HEAD                      8

  UTZ007>008                 Wasatch Mountains 180 North - Wasatch
                             Mountains South Of 180

                             07       0          0
                             08

16" storm total at Tony Grove Lake

JAN 7TH-8TH.. A COUPLE OF FAST MOVING STORMS AFFECTED NORTHERN

UTAH, West and Central

UTAH. SNOW DUSTED THE WASATCH FRONT ON THE 8TH AND RESULTED IN ICY
ROADWAYS. DOZENS OF SLIDE OFF ACCIDENTS WERE REPORTED.

SNOWFALL AMOUNTS WERE (INCHES)..

  TONY GROVE LAKE                16
  SNOWBIRD                       12
  SPRUCES                        10
  SNOWBIRD                        7
  CHALK CREEK                     6
  TIMP DIVIDE                     3
  BRIGHTON                       15
  MONTE CRISTO                   11
  FARMINGTON CYN                  9
  THE CANYONS                     7
  DANIELS PASS                    5
  UPPER MILLCREEK                 2
  ALTA UDOT                      13
  SNOWBASIN                      10
  SOLITUDE                        9
  BEN LOMOND PEAK                 6
  TRIAL LAKE                      5
  SUNDANCE                        2

  UTZ006>008                 Wasatch Mountain Valleys/Huntsville/
                             Park City/Heber - Wasatch Mountains 180
                             North - Wasatch Mountains South Of 180

                             11       0          0

9" snowfall in 12hrs in Liberty

  UTZ002>003-005-            Northern Wasatch Front/Brigham City/
  007>009-017                Ogden Bountiful - Salt Lake And Toole
                             Valleys - Great Salt Lake Desert And
                             Mountains/Wendover/Snowville - Wasatch
                             Mountains 180 North - Wasatch Mountains
                             South Of 180 - Western Unita Mountains
                             - Central And Southwest Mountains

                             15       0          0
                             16

6" along the Bountiful bench

A winter storm brought heavy snow to much of the state, with
significant snow in the populated valleys.

SNOWFALL TOTALS WERE (INCHES)..

  ALTA UDOT                      20
  FARMINGTON CYN                 15
  WASATCH PLATEAU                14
  BRIAN HEAD                     13
  KOLOB-ZION NP                  12
  TONY GROVE LAKE                 9
  TRIAL LAKE                      8
  CEDAR BREAKS                    8
  NORTH SLC BENCH                 7
  COTTONWOOD HTS                  6
  UPPER SLC AVENUES               5
  TAYLORSVILLE                    5
  PINTO JUNCTION                  5
  WEST JORDAN                     3
  LAYTON BENCH                    3
  SUNDANCE                        3
  EAST LAYTON                     2
  SPANISH FORK                    2
  SOUTH JORDAN                    2
  COALVILLE                       2
  ALTA LIFTS                     18
  SOLITUDE                       15
  BEN LOMOND PEAK                13
  THE CANYONS                    12
  PARK CITY RIDGE                10
  TUSHAR MTS                     9
  FARNSWORTH LAKE                 8
  SNOWBASIN                       7
  BOUNTIFUL BENCH                 6
  EDEN 6 TIMP DIVIDE              6
  SUNCREST-DRAPER                 5
  SANDY                           5
  NEW HARMONY                     4
  WEST VALLEY CITY                3
  ALPINE                          3
  PLEASANT GROVE                  2
  SLC AIRPORT                     2
  LOGAN AIRPORT                   2
  CEDAR CITY                      2
  MORGAN                          2
  SNOWBIRD                       18
  OQUIRRH MTS                    14
  SPRUCES                        13
  BRIGHTON                       12
  CHALK CREEK                    10
  STRAWBERRY RES                  8
  PINE VALLEY MTS                 8
  MONTE CRISTO                    7
  UPPER MILLCREEK                 6
  PAYSON                          5
  COVE FORT                       5
  COTTONWOOD                      3
  SANTAQUIN                       3
  SOUTH OGDEN                     3
  WEST HAVEN                      2
  OGDEN NE BENCH                  2
  TOOELE                          2
  KAMAS                           2
  RANDOLPH                        2

  UTZ002>004-006>            Northern Wasatch Front/Brigham City/
  008-014>015                Ogden Bountiful - Salt Lake And Toole
                             Valleys - Southern Wasatch Front/Lehi/
                             Provo/Nephi - Wasatch Mountain Valleys/
                             Huntsville/Park City/Heber - Wasatch
                             Mountains 180 North - Wasatch Mountains
                             South Of 180 - Sanpete/Sevier Valleys -
                             West Central Utah/Delta

                             17       0          0
                             19

6" in Layton

A series of storms brought a 3-day snow event to Utah.

SNOWFALL TOTALS WERE (INCHES)..

  TONY GROVE LAKE                29
  SOLITUDE                       22
  STANSBURY MTS                  22
  OQUIRRH MTS                    19
  BRIGHTON                       29
  ALTA UDOT                      22
  SNOWBIRD                       20
  TOOELE                         18
  FILLMORE 8 E                   23
  ALTA LIFTS                     22
  ELK RIDGE                      19
  PAYSON R.S.                    17

UTAH, West and Central

  WASATCH PLATEAU                17
  SPRUCES                        14
  ALPINE                         13
  TRIAL LAKE                     13
  MONTE CRISTO                   12
  CEDAR HILLS                    11
  DUGWAY                         10
  KANOSH                         11
  ROOSEVELT                       9
  WEST JORDAN BENCH               7
  STERLING                        7
  LAYTON BENCH                    6
  PARK CITY                       6
  NORTH SLC BENCH                 5
  NEPHI                           5
  SOUTH OGDEN                     4
  EAST LAYTON                     4
  UPPER SLC AVENUES               4
  ALTAMONT                        4
  ROY                             3
  SOUTH JORDAN                    3
  CEDAR CITY                      3
  BRIAN HEAD                     17
  SUNCREST-DRAPER                14
  FARMINGTON CYN                 13
  EAGLE MOUNTAIN                 12
  TIMP DIVIDE                    12
  GRANTSVILLE                    11
  SPRINGVILLE                    10
  COVE FORT                      10
  LAKESIDE                        9
  HERRIMAN                        7
  FILLMORE                        7
  BOUNTIFUL                       6
  DELTA                           6
  UPPER MILLCREEK                 5
  COTTONWOOD HTS                  5
  MANTUA                          4
  WEST JORDAN                     4
  HEBER CITY                      4
  WEST HAVEN                      3
  FARMINGTON                      3
  KAMAS                           3
  BRIGHAM CITY                    2
  PAYSON                         14
  FARNSWORTH LAKE                14
  THE CANYONS                    13
  SPANISH FORK                   12
  SANDY                          11
  CHALK CREEK                    11
  EDEN                           10
  PLEASANT GROVE                  9
  CEDAR BREAKS                    9
  MANTI                           7
  PROVO BYU                       6
  LAKETOWN                        6
  BEN LOMOND PEAK                 6
  OREM                            5
  OGDEN NE BENCH                  4
  HYDE PARK                       4
  TAYLORSVILLE                    4
  DUCHESNE                        4
  LAYTON                          3
  SLC AIRPORT                     3
  RANDOLPH                        3

  UTZ017-017                 Central And Southwest Mountains

                             25       0          0
                             26

15" in 18 hrs at Midway Valley

  UTZ004-006>007             Southern Wasatch Front/Lehi/Provo/Nephi
                             - Wasatch Mountain Valleys/Huntsville/
                             Park City/Heber - Wasatch Mountains
                             180 North

                             28       0          0
                             29

6" in 12h at Alpine

  UTZ007                     Wasatch Mountains 180 North

                             31       0          0

12" in 12h at Ben Lomond

VIRGIN ISLANDS

  VIZ002                     St. Croix

                             18       0          0
                             23

Breezy to windy conditions affected the U.S. Virgin Islands during
this period. Some residents of St. Croix reported tarpaulins, tents
and lawn furniture being blown over. A few trees were toppled across
the island and isolated power interruptions occurred. Strong high
pressure center in the western Atlantic was responsible for the
blistery conditions. An NWS spotter at Maria Hill along St. Croix
East End reported a wind gust of 49 mph on Saturday January 21.

VIRGINIA, East

  Brunswick County
    Cochran                  14       0          0

Trees down on Route 1.

  Dinwiddie County
    Carson                   14       0          0

Nickel size hail fell. Wind gusts were estimated at 50 mph.

  New Kent County
    New Kent                 14       0          0

Trees down on Old Church Road.

  Sussex County
    Jarratt                  14       0          0

Trees down along Route 619.

  King William County
    West Pt                  14       0          0

Large tree down on car on Route 30.

  Prince George County
    Prince George            14       0          0

Trees down at Route 10 and Ruffin Road and on Lone Oak Road at
Route 614.

  King And Queen County
    5 SE Millers Tavern      14       0          0

F0 tornado demolished 2 sheds at residence. Some minor roof damage
also occurred. Numerous trees blown down or snapped off.

  Richmond County
    Tidewater                14       0          0

Damage to two outbuildings. Several trees blown down. Small hail also
reported.

  Suffolk (C)
    Elephant Fork            14       0          0

Large pine tree snapped and fell on two homes on Kristen Lane. One
received major structural damage.

  Newport News (C)
    2 SW (Phf)               14       0          0
    Newport Nev

Trees down along Colony Road.

  Portsmouth (C)
    Portsmouth               14       0          0

Large tree down at 200 block of Mayflower Avenue.

  Norfolk (C)
    Norfolk                  14       0          0

Large tree blown down near downtown.

  Virginia Beach (C)
    2 E Sigma                14       0          0

Vinyl carport flipped at Sandbridge Beach.

VIRGINIA, Southwest

  VAZ007-009>020-022>        Tazewell - Smyth - Bland - Giles -
  024-032>035-43045          Wythe - Pulaski - Montgomery - Grayson
                             - Carroll - Floyd - Craig - Alleghany
                             - Bath - Roanoke - Botetourt -
                             Rockbridge - Patrick - Franklin -
                             Bedford - Amherst - Henry -
                             Pittsylvania - Campbell

                             14       0          0

A cold front passed across Virginia in the early morning hours of the
14th. After sunrise, winds increased and very strong gusts during the
day resulted in numerous reports of trees down, many power lines down,
power outages, signs blown down or bent, and some structural damage
from trees falling on buildings, and shingles being blown off roofs.

                                       Estimate Damage

Location                     Date     Property     Crops

ALASKA, Northern

  AKZ202                     Northern Arctic Coast

                             24

In the early morning of Jan 24, an Ivu, or push of ice came on shore
to Barrow. An ivu is the Inupiaq Eskimo word for the collision of a
massive ice floe against the shore-fast ice. They are caused by ocean
currents and winds blowing multi-year ice onto the shore, creating
piles up to 40 feet high. On January 22, the NWS Weather Service
Office in Barrow, AK, confirmed that first-year sea ice had pushed
onshore with an average berm height of 6 to 8 feet. By January 24,
the massive ice flow had continued to push onshore increasing to
25 feet and blocking roads within the North Slope community. Front-end
loaders were used to clear roads and in particular the road from the
city of Barrow to the Naval Arctic Research Laboratory. The ice in
the flow was first- or second-year ice around 3 feet thick. The ivu
was the first since 1978.

CARIBBEAN SEA AND TROPICAL ATLANTIC

  Atl Waters Swd Fm
  19.5 Btwn 68W And
  64W To Nw Cst Pr

    Mouth Rio Guajataca      27

A waterspout was reported off the north coast of Puerto Rico between
Hatillo and Camuy. It was moving slowly south.

COLORADO, Central and Northeast

  COZ033                     S & E Jackson / Larimer / N & Ne Grand /
                             Nw Boulder Counties Above 9000 Feet

                             01                    0

Two snowmobilers from Iowa were buried and killed in an avalanche in
the Trap Park area of the Front Range, about 3.5 miles east-northeast
of Cameron Pass. There were 12 snowmobilers in the party. Seven were
caught, five partly buried and two fully buried; both buried riders
were killed. The data was provided by the Colorado Avalanche
Information Center.

M25OU, M32OU

FLORIDA, West Central

  FLZ039                     Levy

                             06

Arctic air overspread the Nature Coast and caused the coldest air of
the season. The temperature six miles southeast of Chiefland dropped
to 30 degrees and Bronson dropped to 31 degrees. Temperatures dropped
briefly into the low to mid 30s across the inland areas of Citrus,
Hernando, Sumter, and Paseo counties.

  FLZ052                     Polk

                             15

Canadian high pressure settled over Florida bringing unseasonably
cold weather to the state. Winter Haven dropped to 32 degrees with
wind chills dropping into the mid 20s. The rest of west central and
southwest Florida recorded wind chills in the lower 30s but the
duration was less than 3 hours.

GEORGIA, Northeast

  GAZ010-017                 Rabun - Habersham

                             14       1OK
                             15

Strong winds developed behind a cold front across the mountains of
Georgia during the late morning, and continued through the remainder
of the day. There was widespread damage to trees and power lines,
with quite a few power outages. A 37-year-old man was injured in
Clayton, GA when a tree snapped off and fell on him. At least 1
vehicle was crushed by a fallen tree in Clayton.

NORTH CAROLINA, Northwest and North Central

  NCZ001>003-005-018>019     Ashe - Alleghany - Surry - Rockingham
                             Watauga Wilkes

                             14

A cold front passed across North Carolina in the early morning hours
of the 14th. After sunrise, winds increased and very strong

TEXAS, North

  TXZ091-116-129             Montague - Palo Pinto - Eastland

                             01
                             02

Several devastating wild fires erupted across north Texas due to low
humidities, strong winds, and the ongoing drought. In Montague County,
a 17-mile long fire burned between Ringgold and Nocona, destroying
forty homes. Two firefighters and two civilians were injured. A grass
fire which began in Palo Pinto County near the Mineral Wells Airport
burned 13 structures, including 5 homes. The fire grew to cover 1,800
acres. One firefighter suffered second-degree burns and another smoke
inhalation. A grass fire burned more than 35,000 acres in the
southeastern part of Eastland county and forced evacuations of the
nearby towns of Carbon, Gorman, and Desdemona. The community of Kokomo
essentially burned to the ground. Thirty-six buildings, including
homes, were destroyed. Numerous livestock were lost in the fire. The
fire was 35 miles long.

UTAH, West and Central

  Cache County
    Petersboro Siding        01
                             02

Newspaper reports of flooding in homes in Petersboro, UT in Cache
Valley. Number of homes not given.

  UTZ006                     Wasatch Mountain Valleys/Huntsville/
                             Park City/Heber

                             01
                             03

9" at Kamas and PArk City, including 3" in 1 hr 1/3 am.

  UTZ007>008-017             Wasatch Mountains 180 North - Wasatch
                             Mountains South Of 180 - Central And
                             Southwest Mountains

                             01
                             03

Otter Creek RAWS. 36" storm total on Ben Lomond Peak M50OT

  UTZ003-005                 Salt Lake And Toole Valleys - Great
                             Salt Lake Desert And Mountains/
                             Wendover/Snowville

                             02

Olympus Cove weather station

A STRONG WINTER STORM SYSTEM BROUGHT HIGH WINDS AND HEAVY SNOW TO
THE MOUNTAINS. ONE PERSON DIED WHEN THEIR SMALL PRIVATE PLANE CRASHED
INTO THE SIDE OF A MOUNTAIN NEAR JORDANELLE DAM IN HEAVY SNOW. RAIN
AND SNOW MELT RESULTED IN FLOODING IN THE CACHE VALLEY AT PETERSBORO.
STANDING WATER CLOSED MAIN STREET AND WATER FILLED SEVERAL HOMES
BASEMENTS. STRONG WIND GUSTS BLEW OVER SIGNS AND RIPPED OFF SHINGLES
IN CEDAR CITY.

PEAK WIND GUSTS WERE (MPH)..

  OTTER CREEK RAWS (RICH CO)     90
  SIGNAL PEAK (SEVIER CO)        74
  OLYMPUS COVE                   62
  DUGWAY                         59
  WASATCH RIDGELINE              79
  LOST CREEK (SEVIER CO)         64
  TOOELE                         60

SNOWFALL AMOUNTS WERE (INCHES)..

  BEN LOMOND PEAK                32
  SOLITUDE                       22
  ALTA LIFTS                     20
  PARK CITY RIDGE                17
  DANIELS PASS                   14
  CEDAR BREAKS                   12
  SPRUCES                        11
  KAMAS                           9
  KIMBALL JUNCTION                4
  SNOWBIRD                       27
  TIMP DIVIDE                    22
  BRIGHTON                       19
  FARMINGTON CYN                 15
  TRIAL LAKE                     13
  THE CANYONS                    12
  WASATCH PLATEAU                10
  PARK CITY                       8
  HEBER CITY                      4
  ALTA UDOT                      24
  TONY GROVE LAKE                20
  MONTE CRISTO                   18
  HIGH UINTAS                    14
  KOLOB-ZION NP                  12
  CHALK CREEK                    11
  JORDANELLE RES                  9
  BRIAN HEAD                      8

  UTZ007>008                 Wasatch Mountains 180 North - Wasatch
                             Mountains South Of 180

                             07
                             08

16" storm total at Tony Grove Lake

JAN 7TH-8TH.. A COUPLE OF FAST MOVING STORMS AFFECTED NORTHERN

UTAH, West and Central

UTAH. SNOW DUSTED THE WASATCH FRONT ON THE 8TH AND RESULTED IN ICY
ROADWAYS. DOZENS OF SLIDE OFF ACCIDENTS WERE REPORTED.

SNOWFALL AMOUNTS WERE (INCHES)..

  TONY GROVE LAKE                16
  SNOWBIRD                       12
  SPRUCES                        10
  SNOWBIRD                        7
  CHALK CREEK                     6
  TIMP DIVIDE                     3
  BRIGHTON                       15
  MONTE CRISTO                   11
  FARMINGTON CYN                  9
  THE CANYONS                     7
  DANIELS PASS                    5
  UPPER MILLCREEK                 2
  ALTA UDOT                      13
  SNOWBASIN                      10
  SOLITUDE                        9
  BEN LOMOND PEAK                 6
  TRIAL LAKE                      5
  SUNDANCE                        2

  UTZ006>008                 Wasatch Mountain Valleys/Huntsville/
                             Park City/Heber - Wasatch Mountains 180
                             North - Wasatch Mountains South Of 180

                             11

9" snowfall in 12hrs in Liberty

  UTZ002>003-005-            Northern Wasatch Front/Brigham City/
  007>009-017                Ogden Bountiful - Salt Lake And Toole
                             Valleys - Great Salt Lake Desert And
                             Mountains/Wendover/Snowville - Wasatch
                             Mountains 180 North - Wasatch Mountains
                             South Of 180 - Western Unita Mountains
                             - Central And Southwest Mountains

                             15
                             16

6" along the Bountiful bench

A winter storm brought heavy snow to much of the state, with
significant snow in the populated valleys.

SNOWFALL TOTALS WERE (INCHES)..

  ALTA UDOT                      20
  FARMINGTON CYN                 15
  WASATCH PLATEAU                14
  BRIAN HEAD                     13
  KOLOB-ZION NP                  12
  TONY GROVE LAKE                 9
  TRIAL LAKE                      8
  CEDAR BREAKS                    8
  NORTH SLC BENCH                 7
  COTTONWOOD HTS                  6
  UPPER SLC AVENUES               5
  TAYLORSVILLE                    5
  PINTO JUNCTION                  5
  WEST JORDAN                     3
  LAYTON BENCH                    3
  SUNDANCE                        3
  EAST LAYTON                     2
  SPANISH FORK                    2
  SOUTH JORDAN                    2
  COALVILLE                       2
  ALTA LIFTS                     18
  SOLITUDE                       15
  BEN LOMOND PEAK                13
  THE CANYONS                    12
  PARK CITY RIDGE                10
  TUSHAR MTS                     9
  FARNSWORTH LAKE                 8
  SNOWBASIN                       7
  BOUNTIFUL BENCH                 6
  EDEN 6 TIMP DIVIDE              6
  SUNCREST-DRAPER                 5
  SANDY                           5
  NEW HARMONY                     4
  WEST VALLEY CITY                3
  ALPINE                          3
  PLEASANT GROVE                  2
  SLC AIRPORT                     2
  LOGAN AIRPORT                   2
  CEDAR CITY                      2
  MORGAN                          2
  SNOWBIRD                       18
  OQUIRRH MTS                    14
  SPRUCES                        13
  BRIGHTON                       12
  CHALK CREEK                    10
  STRAWBERRY RES                  8
  PINE VALLEY MTS                 8
  MONTE CRISTO                    7
  UPPER MILLCREEK                 6
  PAYSON                          5
  COVE FORT                       5
  COTTONWOOD                      3
  SANTAQUIN                       3
  SOUTH OGDEN                     3
  WEST HAVEN                      2
  OGDEN NE BENCH                  2
  TOOELE                          2
  KAMAS                           2
  RANDOLPH                        2

  UTZ002>004-006>            Northern Wasatch Front/Brigham City/
  008-014>015                Ogden Bountiful - Salt Lake And Toole
                             Valleys - Southern Wasatch Front/Lehi/
                             Provo/Nephi - Wasatch Mountain Valleys/
                             Huntsville/Park City/Heber - Wasatch
                             Mountains 180 North - Wasatch Mountains
                             South Of 180 - Sanpete/Sevier Valleys -
                             West Central Utah/Delta

                             17
                             19

6" in Layton

A series of storms brought a 3-day snow event to Utah.

SNOWFALL TOTALS WERE (INCHES)..

  TONY GROVE LAKE                29
  SOLITUDE                       22
  STANSBURY MTS                  22
  OQUIRRH MTS                    19
  BRIGHTON                       29
  ALTA UDOT                      22
  SNOWBIRD                       20
  TOOELE                         18
  FILLMORE 8 E                   23
  ALTA LIFTS                     22
  ELK RIDGE                      19
  PAYSON R.S.                    17

UTAH, West and Central

  WASATCH PLATEAU                17
  SPRUCES                        14
  ALPINE                         13
  TRIAL LAKE                     13
  MONTE CRISTO                   12
  CEDAR HILLS                    11
  DUGWAY                         10
  KANOSH                         11
  ROOSEVELT                       9
  WEST JORDAN BENCH               7
  STERLING                        7
  LAYTON BENCH                    6
  PARK CITY                       6
  NORTH SLC BENCH                 5
  NEPHI                           5
  SOUTH OGDEN                     4
  EAST LAYTON                     4
  UPPER SLC AVENUES               4
  ALTAMONT                        4
  ROY                             3
  SOUTH JORDAN                    3
  CEDAR CITY                      3
  BRIAN HEAD                     17
  SUNCREST-DRAPER                14
  FARMINGTON CYN                 13
  EAGLE MOUNTAIN                 12
  TIMP DIVIDE                    12
  GRANTSVILLE                    11
  SPRINGVILLE                    10
  COVE FORT                      10
  LAKESIDE                        9
  HERRIMAN                        7
  FILLMORE                        7
  BOUNTIFUL                       6
  DELTA                           6
  UPPER MILLCREEK                 5
  COTTONWOOD HTS                  5
  MANTUA                          4
  WEST JORDAN                     4
  HEBER CITY                      4
  WEST HAVEN                      3
  FARMINGTON                      3
  KAMAS                           3
  BRIGHAM CITY                    2
  PAYSON                         14
  FARNSWORTH LAKE                14
  THE CANYONS                    13
  SPANISH FORK                   12
  SANDY                          11
  CHALK CREEK                    11
  EDEN                           10
  PLEASANT GROVE                  9
  CEDAR BREAKS                    9
  MANTI                           7
  PROVO BYU                       6
  LAKETOWN                        6
  BEN LOMOND PEAK                 6
  OREM                            5
  OGDEN NE BENCH                  4
  HYDE PARK                       4
  TAYLORSVILLE                    4
  DUCHESNE                        4
  LAYTON                          3
  SLC AIRPORT                     3
  RANDOLPH                        3

  UTZ017-017                 Central And Southwest Mountains

                             25
                             26

15" in 18 hrs at Midway Valley

  UTZ004-006>007             Southern Wasatch Front/Lehi/Provo/Nephi
                             - Wasatch Mountain Valleys/Huntsville/
                             Park City/Heber - Wasatch Mountains
                             180 North

                             28
                             29

6" in 12h at Alpine

  UTZ007                     Wasatch Mountains 180 North

                             31

12" in 12h at Ben Lomond

VIRGIN ISLANDS

  VIZ002                     St. Croix

                             18       1K
                             23

Breezy to windy conditions affected the U.S. Virgin Islands during
this period. Some residents of St. Croix reported tarpaulins, tents
and lawn furniture being blown over. A few trees were toppled across
the island and isolated power interruptions occurred. Strong high
pressure center in the western Atlantic was responsible for the
blistery conditions. An NWS spotter at Maria Hill along St. Croix
East End reported a wind gust of 49 mph on Saturday January 21.

VIRGINIA, East

  Brunswick County
    Cochran                  14       2K

Trees down on Route 1.

  Dinwiddie County
    Carson                   14

Nickel size hail fell. Wind gusts were estimated at 50 mph.

  New Kent County
    New Kent                 14       2K

Trees down on Old Church Road.

  Sussex County
    Jarratt                  14       2K

Trees down along Route 619.

  King William County
    West Pt                  14       10K

Large tree down on car on Route 30.

  Prince George County
    Prince George            14       2K

Trees down at Route 10 and Ruffin Road and on Lone Oak Road at
Route 614.

  King And Queen County
    5 SE Millers Tavern      14       15K

F0 tornado demolished 2 sheds at residence. Some minor roof damage
also occurred. Numerous trees blown down or snapped off.

  Richmond County
    Tidewater                14       5K

Damage to two outbuildings. Several trees blown down. Small hail also
reported.

  Suffolk (C)
    Elephant Fork            14       25K

Large pine tree snapped and fell on two homes on Kristen Lane. One
received major structural damage.

  Newport News (C)
    2 SW (Phf)               14       2K
    Newport Nev

Trees down along Colony Road.

  Portsmouth (C)
    Portsmouth               14       2K

Large tree down at 200 block of Mayflower Avenue.

  Norfolk (C)
    Norfolk                  14       2K

Large tree blown down near downtown.

  Virginia Beach (C)
    2 E Sigma                14       1K

Vinyl carport flipped at Sandbridge Beach.

VIRGINIA, Southwest

  VAZ007-009>020-022>        Tazewell - Smyth - Bland - Giles -
  024-032>035-43045          Wythe - Pulaski - Montgomery - Grayson
                             - Carroll - Floyd - Craig - Alleghany
                             - Bath - Roanoke - Botetourt -
                             Rockbridge - Patrick - Franklin -
                             Bedford - Amherst - Henry -
                             Pittsylvania - Campbell

                             14

A cold front passed across Virginia in the early morning hours of the
14th. After sunrise, winds increased and very strong gusts during the
day resulted in numerous reports of trees down, many power lines down,
power outages, signs blown down or bent, and some structural damage
from trees falling on buildings, and shingles being blown off roofs.

Location                     Date     Character of Storm

ALASKA, Northern

  AKZ202                     Northern Arctic Coast

                             24       Coastal Flood

In the early morning of Jan 24, an Ivu, or push of ice came on shore
to Barrow. An ivu is the Inupiaq Eskimo word for the collision of a
massive ice floe against the shore-fast ice. They are caused by ocean
currents and winds blowing multi-year ice onto the shore, creating
piles up to 40 feet high. On January 22, the NWS Weather Service
Office in Barrow, AK, confirmed that first-year sea ice had pushed
onshore with an average berm height of 6 to 8 feet. By January 24,
the massive ice flow had continued to push onshore increasing to
25 feet and blocking roads within the North Slope community. Front-end
loaders were used to clear roads and in particular the road from the
city of Barrow to the Naval Arctic Research Laboratory. The ice in
the flow was first- or second-year ice around 3 feet thick. The ivu
was the first since 1978.

CARIBBEAN SEA AND TROPICAL ATLANTIC

  Atl Waters Swd Fm
  19.5 Btwn 68W And
  64W To Nw Cst Pr

    Mouth Rio Guajataca      27       Waterspout

A waterspout was reported off the north coast of Puerto Rico between
Hatillo and Camuy. It was moving slowly south.

COLORADO, Central and Northeast

  COZ033                     S & E Jackson / Larimer / N & Ne Grand /
                             Nw Boulder Counties Above 9000 Feet

                             01       Avalanche

Two snowmobilers from Iowa were buried and killed in an avalanche in
the Trap Park area of the Front Range, about 3.5 miles east-northeast
of Cameron Pass. There were 12 snowmobilers in the party. Seven were
caught, five partly buried and two fully buried; both buried riders
were killed. The data was provided by the Colorado Avalanche
Information Center.

M25OU, M32OU

FLORIDA, West Central

  FLZ039                     Levy

                             06       Extreme Cold/Wind Chill

Arctic air overspread the Nature Coast and caused the coldest air of
the season. The temperature six miles southeast of Chiefland dropped
to 30 degrees and Bronson dropped to 31 degrees. Temperatures dropped
briefly into the low to mid 30s across the inland areas of Citrus,
Hernando, Sumter, and Paseo counties.

  FLZ052                     Polk

                             15       Extreme Cold/Wind Chill

Canadian high pressure settled over Florida bringing unseasonably
cold weather to the state. Winter Haven dropped to 32 degrees with
wind chills dropping into the mid 20s. The rest of west central and
southwest Florida recorded wind chills in the lower 30s but the
duration was less than 3 hours.

GEORGIA, Northeast

  GAZ010-017                 Rabun - Habersham

                             14       High Wind (G60)
                             15

Strong winds developed behind a cold front across the mountains of
Georgia during the late morning, and continued through the remainder
of the day. There was widespread damage to trees and power lines,
with quite a few power outages. A 37-year-old man was injured in
Clayton, GA when a tree snapped off and fell on him. At least 1
vehicle was crushed by a fallen tree in Clayton.

NORTH CAROLINA, Northwest and North Central

  NCZ001>003-005-018>019     Ashe - Alleghany - Surry - Rockingham
                             Watauga Wilkes

                             14       High Wind (G51)

A cold front passed across North Carolina in the early morning hours
of the 14th. After sunrise, winds increased and very strong

TEXAS, North

  TXZ091-116-129             Montague - Palo Pinto - Eastland

                             01       Wildfire
                             02

Several devastating wild fires erupted across north Texas due to low
humidities, strong winds, and the ongoing drought. In Montague County,
a 17-mile long fire burned between Ringgold and Nocona, destroying
forty homes. Two firefighters and two civilians were injured. A grass
fire which began in Palo Pinto County near the Mineral Wells Airport
burned 13 structures, including 5 homes. The fire grew to cover 1,800
acres. One firefighter suffered second-degree burns and another smoke
inhalation. A grass fire burned more than 35,000 acres in the
southeastern part of Eastland county and forced evacuations of the
nearby towns of Carbon, Gorman, and Desdemona. The community of Kokomo
essentially burned to the ground. Thirty-six buildings, including
homes, were destroyed. Numerous livestock were lost in the fire. The
fire was 35 miles long.

UTAH, West and Central

  Cache County
    Petersboro Siding        01       Flash Flood
                             02

Newspaper reports of flooding in homes in Petersboro, UT in Cache
Valley. Number of homes not given.

  UTZ006                     Wasatch Mountain Valleys/Huntsville/
                             Park City/Heber

                             01       Heavy Snow
                             03

9" at Kamas and PArk City, including 3" in 1 hr 1/3 am.

  UTZ007>008-017             Wasatch Mountains 180 North - Wasatch
                             Mountains South Of 180 - Central And
                             Southwest Mountains

                             01       Winter Storm
                             03

Otter Creek RAWS. 36" storm total on Ben Lomond Peak M50OT

  UTZ003-005                 Salt Lake And Toole Valleys - Great
                             Salt Lake Desert And Mountains/
                             Wendover/Snowville

                             02       High Wind (G62)

Olympus Cove weather station

A STRONG WINTER STORM SYSTEM BROUGHT HIGH WINDS AND HEAVY SNOW TO
THE MOUNTAINS. ONE PERSON DIED WHEN THEIR SMALL PRIVATE PLANE CRASHED
INTO THE SIDE OF A MOUNTAIN NEAR JORDANELLE DAM IN HEAVY SNOW. RAIN
AND SNOW MELT RESULTED IN FLOODING IN THE CACHE VALLEY AT PETERSBORO.
STANDING WATER CLOSED MAIN STREET AND WATER FILLED SEVERAL HOMES
BASEMENTS. STRONG WIND GUSTS BLEW OVER SIGNS AND RIPPED OFF SHINGLES
IN CEDAR CITY.

PEAK WIND GUSTS WERE (MPH)..

  OTTER CREEK RAWS (RICH CO)     90
  SIGNAL PEAK (SEVIER CO)        74
  OLYMPUS COVE                   62
  DUGWAY                         59
  WASATCH RIDGELINE              79
  LOST CREEK (SEVIER CO)         64
  TOOELE                         60

SNOWFALL AMOUNTS WERE (INCHES)..

  BEN LOMOND PEAK                32
  SOLITUDE                       22
  ALTA LIFTS                     20
  PARK CITY RIDGE                17
  DANIELS PASS                   14
  CEDAR BREAKS                   12
  SPRUCES                        11
  KAMAS                           9
  KIMBALL JUNCTION                4
  SNOWBIRD                       27
  TIMP DIVIDE                    22
  BRIGHTON                       19
  FARMINGTON CYN                 15
  TRIAL LAKE                     13
  THE CANYONS                    12
  WASATCH PLATEAU                10
  PARK CITY                       8
  HEBER CITY                      4
  ALTA UDOT                      24
  TONY GROVE LAKE                20
  MONTE CRISTO                   18
  HIGH UINTAS                    14
  KOLOB-ZION NP                  12
  CHALK CREEK                    11
  JORDANELLE RES                  9
  BRIAN HEAD                      8

  UTZ007>008                 Wasatch Mountains 180 North - Wasatch
                             Mountains South Of 180

                             07       Heavy Snow
                             08

16" storm total at Tony Grove Lake

JAN 7TH-8TH.. A COUPLE OF FAST MOVING STORMS AFFECTED NORTHERN

UTAH, West and Central

UTAH. SNOW DUSTED THE WASATCH FRONT ON THE 8TH AND RESULTED IN ICY
ROADWAYS. DOZENS OF SLIDE OFF ACCIDENTS WERE REPORTED.

SNOWFALL AMOUNTS WERE (INCHES)..

  TONY GROVE LAKE                16
  SNOWBIRD                       12
  SPRUCES                        10
  SNOWBIRD                        7
  CHALK CREEK                     6
  TIMP DIVIDE                     3
  BRIGHTON                       15
  MONTE CRISTO                   11
  FARMINGTON CYN                  9
  THE CANYONS                     7
  DANIELS PASS                    5
  UPPER MILLCREEK                 2
  ALTA UDOT                      13
  SNOWBASIN                      10
  SOLITUDE                        9
  BEN LOMOND PEAK                 6
  TRIAL LAKE                      5
  SUNDANCE                        2

  UTZ006>008                 Wasatch Mountain Valleys/Huntsville/
                             Park City/Heber - Wasatch Mountains 180
                             North - Wasatch Mountains South Of 180

                             11       Heavy Snow

9" snowfall in 12hrs in Liberty

  UTZ002>003-005-            Northern Wasatch Front/Brigham City/
  007>009-017                Ogden Bountiful - Salt Lake And Toole
                             Valleys - Great Salt Lake Desert And
                             Mountains/Wendover/Snowville - Wasatch
                             Mountains 180 North - Wasatch Mountains
                             South Of 180 - Western Unita Mountains
                             - Central And Southwest Mountains

                             15       Heavy Snow
                             16

6" along the Bountiful bench

A winter storm brought heavy snow to much of the state, with
significant snow in the populated valleys.

SNOWFALL TOTALS WERE (INCHES)..

  ALTA UDOT                      20
  FARMINGTON CYN                 15
  WASATCH PLATEAU                14
  BRIAN HEAD                     13
  KOLOB-ZION NP                  12
  TONY GROVE LAKE                 9
  TRIAL LAKE                      8
  CEDAR BREAKS                    8
  NORTH SLC BENCH                 7
  COTTONWOOD HTS                  6
  UPPER SLC AVENUES               5
  TAYLORSVILLE                    5
  PINTO JUNCTION                  5
  WEST JORDAN                     3
  LAYTON BENCH                    3
  SUNDANCE                        3
  EAST LAYTON                     2
  SPANISH FORK                    2
  SOUTH JORDAN                    2
  COALVILLE                       2
  ALTA LIFTS                     18
  SOLITUDE                       15
  BEN LOMOND PEAK                13
  THE CANYONS                    12
  PARK CITY RIDGE                10
  TUSHAR MTS                     9
  FARNSWORTH LAKE                 8
  SNOWBASIN                       7
  BOUNTIFUL BENCH                 6
  EDEN 6 TIMP DIVIDE              6
  SUNCREST-DRAPER                 5
  SANDY                           5
  NEW HARMONY                     4
  WEST VALLEY CITY                3
  ALPINE                          3
  PLEASANT GROVE                  2
  SLC AIRPORT                     2
  LOGAN AIRPORT                   2
  CEDAR CITY                      2
  MORGAN                          2
  SNOWBIRD                       18
  OQUIRRH MTS                    14
  SPRUCES                        13
  BRIGHTON                       12
  CHALK CREEK                    10
  STRAWBERRY RES                  8
  PINE VALLEY MTS                 8
  MONTE CRISTO                    7
  UPPER MILLCREEK                 6
  PAYSON                          5
  COVE FORT                       5
  COTTONWOOD                      3
  SANTAQUIN                       3
  SOUTH OGDEN                     3
  WEST HAVEN                      2
  OGDEN NE BENCH                  2
  TOOELE                          2
  KAMAS                           2
  RANDOLPH                        2

  UTZ002>004-006>            Northern Wasatch Front/Brigham City/
  008-014>015                Ogden Bountiful - Salt Lake And Toole
                             Valleys - Southern Wasatch Front/Lehi/
                             Provo/Nephi - Wasatch Mountain Valleys/
                             Huntsville/Park City/Heber - Wasatch
                             Mountains 180 North - Wasatch Mountains
                             South Of 180 - Sanpete/Sevier Valleys -
                             West Central Utah/Delta

                             17       Heavy Snow
                             19

6" in Layton

A series of storms brought a 3-day snow event to Utah.

SNOWFALL TOTALS WERE (INCHES)..

  TONY GROVE LAKE                29
  SOLITUDE                       22
  STANSBURY MTS                  22
  OQUIRRH MTS                    19
  BRIGHTON                       29
  ALTA UDOT                      22
  SNOWBIRD                       20
  TOOELE                         18
  FILLMORE 8 E                   23
  ALTA LIFTS                     22
  ELK RIDGE                      19
  PAYSON R.S.                    17

UTAH, West and Central

  WASATCH PLATEAU                17
  SPRUCES                        14
  ALPINE                         13
  TRIAL LAKE                     13
  MONTE CRISTO                   12
  CEDAR HILLS                    11
  DUGWAY                         10
  KANOSH                         11
  ROOSEVELT                       9
  WEST JORDAN BENCH               7
  STERLING                        7
  LAYTON BENCH                    6
  PARK CITY                       6
  NORTH SLC BENCH                 5
  NEPHI                           5
  SOUTH OGDEN                     4
  EAST LAYTON                     4
  UPPER SLC AVENUES               4
  ALTAMONT                        4
  ROY                             3
  SOUTH JORDAN                    3
  CEDAR CITY                      3
  BRIAN HEAD                     17
  SUNCREST-DRAPER                14
  FARMINGTON CYN                 13
  EAGLE MOUNTAIN                 12
  TIMP DIVIDE                    12
  GRANTSVILLE                    11
  SPRINGVILLE                    10
  COVE FORT                      10
  LAKESIDE                        9
  HERRIMAN                        7
  FILLMORE                        7
  BOUNTIFUL                       6
  DELTA                           6
  UPPER MILLCREEK                 5
  COTTONWOOD HTS                  5
  MANTUA                          4
  WEST JORDAN                     4
  HEBER CITY                      4
  WEST HAVEN                      3
  FARMINGTON                      3
  KAMAS                           3
  BRIGHAM CITY                    2
  PAYSON                         14
  FARNSWORTH LAKE                14
  THE CANYONS                    13
  SPANISH FORK                   12
  SANDY                          11
  CHALK CREEK                    11
  EDEN                           10
  PLEASANT GROVE                  9
  CEDAR BREAKS                    9
  MANTI                           7
  PROVO BYU                       6
  LAKETOWN                        6
  BEN LOMOND PEAK                 6
  OREM                            5
  OGDEN NE BENCH                  4
  HYDE PARK                       4
  TAYLORSVILLE                    4
  DUCHESNE                        4
  LAYTON                          3
  SLC AIRPORT                     3
  RANDOLPH                        3

  UTZ017-017                 Central And Southwest Mountains

                             25       Heavy Snow
                             26

15" in 18 hrs at Midway Valley

  UTZ004-006>007             Southern Wasatch Front/Lehi/Provo/Nephi
                             - Wasatch Mountain Valleys/Huntsville/
                             Park City/Heber - Wasatch Mountains
                             180 North

                             28       Heavy Snow
                             29

6" in 12h at Alpine

  UTZ007                     Wasatch Mountains 180 North

                             31       Heavy Snow

12" in 12h at Ben Lomond

VIRGIN ISLANDS

  VIZ002                     St. Croix

                             18       Strong Wind
                             23

Breezy to windy conditions affected the U.S. Virgin Islands during
this period. Some residents of St. Croix reported tarpaulins, tents
and lawn furniture being blown over. A few trees were toppled across
the island and isolated power interruptions occurred. Strong high
pressure center in the western Atlantic was responsible for the
blistery conditions. An NWS spotter at Maria Hill along St. Croix
East End reported a wind gust of 49 mph on Saturday January 21.

VIRGINIA, East

  Brunswick County
    Cochran                  14       Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees down on Route 1.

  Dinwiddie County
    Carson                   14       Hail (0.88)

Nickel size hail fell. Wind gusts were estimated at 50 mph.

  New Kent County
    New Kent                 14       Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees down on Old Church Road.

  Sussex County
    Jarratt                  14       Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees down along Route 619.

  King William County
    West Pt                  14       Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Large tree down on car on Route 30.

  Prince George County
    Prince George            14       Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees down at Route 10 and Ruffin Road and on Lone Oak Road at
Route 614.

  King And Queen County
    5 SE Millers Tavern      14       Tornado (FO)

F0 tornado demolished 2 sheds at residence. Some minor roof damage
also occurred. Numerous trees blown down or snapped off.

  Richmond County
    Tidewater                14       Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Damage to two outbuildings. Several trees blown down. Small hail also
reported.

  Suffolk (C)
    Elephant Fork            14       Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Large pine tree snapped and fell on two homes on Kristen Lane. One
received major structural damage.

  Newport News (C)
    2 SW (Phf)               14       Thunderstorm Wind (G50)
    Newport Nev

Trees down along Colony Road.

  Portsmouth (C)
    Portsmouth               14       Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Large tree down at 200 block of Mayflower Avenue.

  Norfolk (C)
    Norfolk                  14       Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Large tree blown down near downtown.

  Virginia Beach (C)
    2 E Sigma                14       Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Vinyl carport flipped at Sandbridge Beach.

VIRGINIA, Southwest

  VAZ007-009>020-022>        Tazewell - Smyth - Bland - Giles -
  024-032>035-43045          Wythe - Pulaski - Montgomery - Grayson
                             - Carroll - Floyd - Craig - Alleghany
                             - Bath - Roanoke - Botetourt -
                             Rockbridge - Patrick - Franklin -
                             Bedford - Amherst - Henry -
                             Pittsylvania - Campbell

                             14       High Wind (G53)

A cold front passed across Virginia in the early morning hours of the
14th. After sunrise, winds increased and very strong gusts during the
day resulted in numerous reports of trees down, many power lines down,
power outages, signs blown down or bent, and some structural damage
from trees falling on buildings, and shingles being blown off roofs.
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