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.

THE STRONG LOW PRESSURE STORM SYSTEM CURRENTLY CENTERED OVER THE
GREAT BASIN, WILL CONTINUE TO PUMP MOISTURE FROM THE SOUTHWEST
ACROSS THE CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN PORTIONS OF THE FORECAST AREA.
SIGNIFICANT SNOW WILL CONTINUE TO FALL OVER MANY CENTRAL AND
SOUTHERN LOCATIONS, WITH A MIX OF RAIN AND SNOW AT THE LOWEST
ELEVATIONS. NUMEROUS WINTER WEATHER WARNINGS AND ADVISORIES FOR
SIGNIFICANT SNOWFALL WILL REMAIN IN PLACE THROUGH THIS EVENING.

THE LOW PRESSURE CENTER WILL MOVE TO THE EAST, PASSING SOUTH OF THE
4 CORNERS BY TUESDAY AFTERNOON, WITH DRIER AIR MOVING IN FROM THE
NORTHWEST.

AN UNSETTLED NORTHWEST FLOW WILL SET UP FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE
WEEK WITH SEVERAL DISTURBANCES MOVING THROUGH. ANOTHER STRONGER
STORM SYSTEM LOOKS POSSIBLE BY THE FIRST WEEKEND IN MARCH.



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