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.

SHOWERS WILL CONTINUE TO DECREASE OVERNIGHT AS THE LARGE AND SLOW
MOVING LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM MOVES OFF TO THE EAST. HIGH PRESSURE
BRINGING DRIER WEATHER WILL TRY TO BUILD IN FROM THE NORTHWEST
TUESDAY, BUT A WEAK LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM DEVELOPING OVER NEW MEXICO
MAY KEEP A FEW MORE CLOUDS AND A CHANCE OF LIGHT SHOWERS ACROSS
SOUTHWEST COLORADO TUESDAY. THE RIDGE WILL PUSH IN AND WILL BRING
DRY WEATHER REGION WIDE WEDNESDAY INTO THURSDAY. BY THURSDAY
AFTERNOON, THE NEXT STORM SYSTEM WILL BEGIN TO IMPACT THE REGION
WITH INCREASING CLOUDS, FOLLOWED BY AN INCREASING CHANCE OF SHOWERS
THURSDAY NIGHT AND FRIDAY.



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