Regional Weather Synopsis
Issued by NWS Grand Junction, CO

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FOR EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO, HERE IS THE LATEST WEATHER
SYNOPSIS.

A WEATHER DISTURBANCE PUSHING ACROSS THE SOUTHERN FORECAST AREA FROM
THE WEST, AND A SECOND COLDER DISTURBANCE DROPPING SOUTH THRU THE
WESTERN COLORADO MOUNTAINS, WILL RESULT IN SNOW OVER THE CENTRAL AND
SOUTHERN HIGHER ELEVATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO OVERNIGHT.  THE BEST
CHANCE OF SIGNIFICANT SNOWFALL WILL BE OVER THE EASTERN SAN JUAN
MOUNTAINS. SNOW WILL END BY MID DAY THURSDAY, AS THE DISTURBANCES
MOVE OUT TO THE SOUTHEAST.  A COOLER AIR MASS WILL MOVE IN BEHIND
THE SECOND DISTURBANCE, WITH NEAR TO BELOW SEASONAL READINGS
EXPECTED THURSDAY AND FRIDAY ACROSS MUCH OF THE REGION.  DRY WEATHER
IS ALSO EXPECTED THURSDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH THE WEEKEND, AS A RIDGE
OF HIGH PRESSURE MOVES OVERHEAD. TEMPERATURES WELL CLIMB TO ABOVE
SEASONAL BY LATE IN THE WEEKEND.


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