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Dennis Phillips

Meteorologist

National Weather Service

HQ Phone: (301) 713-0900

Email: d***@***.gov

National Weather Service

1325 East West Highway

Silver Spring, Maryland 20910

United States

Company Description

The National Weather Service provides weather, hydrologic, and climate forecasts and warnings for the United States, its territories, adjacent waters and ocean areas for the protection of life and property and the enhancement of the national economy. NWS ... more

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Employment History

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Education



Penn State University

Web References (196 Total References)


"This year that just didn't happen," ...

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"This year that just didn't happen," said Dennis Phillips, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service.

Instead, storms that managed to top a big high-pressure ridge along the West Coast tended to drop down on the northern mountains, Phillips said.
The state's overall snowpack at this point in the year has shaped up far better than last year at the same time, when statewide snowpack was about 60 percent of median before being rescued by epic storms in what became known as "Miracle May."
Rather than starting to decline from seasonal peaks, Phillips said snowpack levels have held fairly steady over the past month, especially at high elevations, and maybe have even increased at mid-elevations, with storms delivering just rain down low.
He said water managers should be happy over the prospects of refilling reservoirs this year, but at the same time the current forecasts indicate little chance for flooding occurring during the spring runoff season. One factor helping reduce that threat is the fact that there have been few incidents of dust being blown onto snowpack this year, Phillips said.


Dennis Phillips, a ...

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Dennis Phillips, a meteorologist with the Grand Junction office of the National Weather Service, said a good-sized storm is headed for Colorado from the Pacific Northwest. That storm should hit in the next few days, Phillips said.

More important, Phillips said a low pressure system is expected to set up and stall over the Four Corners area.
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Phillips said the 60-day outlook shows this part of Colorado with an above-average change of above-average precipitation and below-average temperatures.


Dennis Phillips, a ...

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Dennis Phillips, a meteorologist with the Grand Junction office of the National Weather Service, said a good-sized storm is headed for Colorado from the Pacific Northwest. That storm should hit in the next few days, Phillips said.

More important, Phillips said a low pressure system is expected to set up and stall over the Four Corners area.
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Phillips said the 60-day outlook shows this part of Colorado with an above-average change of above-average precipitation and below-average temperatures.


That may change Tuesday afternoon, when ...

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That may change Tuesday afternoon, when a cold front is expected to arrive, bringing up to a foot of snow to higher elevations in the San Juan Mountains and a mix of rain and snow in the valleys, including Durango, said Dennis Phillips, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Grand Junction.

Several cars slid off the road Tuesday morning on U.S. Highway 550 north of Durango, but no injuries had been reported. Snow also was falling at Purgatory Resort.
Durango could receive an inch of snow Tuesday night, Phillips said. Temperatures are expected to drop from a high of 50 degrees Tuesday to a high in the 40s Wednesday, Phillips said.
It is possible some roads will become slushy Tuesday afternoon and turn to ice overnight, he said.


The cold front was expected to ...

www.durangoherald.com [cached]

The cold front was expected to dump more than a foot of snow on higher elevations in the San Juan Mountains and a mix of rain and snow in the valleys, including Durango, said Dennis Phillips, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Grand Junction.

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It was possible Durango would receive up to an inch of snow overnight Tuesday, Phillips said. Temperatures were expected to drop from a high of 50 degrees Tuesday to a high in the low 40s Wednesday, he said.
Some roads could become icy overnight, making Wednesday mornings commute treacherous in some areas, he said.

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