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.

MOISTURE CONTINUES TO INCREASE ACROSS THE FORECAST AREA AS A STRONG
LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM PROGRESSES THROUGH THE REGION. EXPECT WIDESPREAD
SHOWERS IN THE LOWER VALLEYS TODAY, WITH SNOW ACCUMULATING IN HIGHER
ELEVATIONS. SNOW LEVELS DROP TO NEAR 8500 FEET THIS MORNING AND
EARLY AFTERNOON, BEFORE RETURNING TO ABOVE 10000 FEET THIS EVENING
INTO TOMORROW.

CONDITIONS WILL CLEAR UP ON THURSDAY ONCE THIS SYSTEM MOVES OUT OF
THE REGION TOMORROW NIGHT. A DRIER PERIOD WILL ENSUE UNTIL THE NEXT
STORM SYSTEM IMPACTS THE AREA THIS COMING WEEKEND.



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