Wetter, warmer turn to winter

DEAN HUMPHREY/The Daily Sentinel—Scott Tirrill collects grocery carts at the City Market on First Street in Grand Junction during a snow shower Monday. The snow turned to rain in the Grand Valley, but it remained snowy in the high country. Moisture and snowpack levels are above normal early in 2014.



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DEAN HUMPHREY/The Daily Sentinel—Scott Tirrill collects grocery carts at the City Market on First Street in Grand Junction during a snow shower Monday. The snow turned to rain in the Grand Valley, but it remained snowy in the high country. Moisture and snowpack levels are above normal early in 2014.

It rained on snow drifts Monday, confusing some who thought spring arrived. Rain also fell in Rifle and Montrose, where it was warmer. Grand Junction saw temperatures in the low 40s and…




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