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 LOW PRESSURE STORM SYSTEM WILL CONTINUE MOVING NORTHEAST
OVERNIGHT, AND WILL EXIT ONTO THE PLAINS BY MONDAY MORNING.  THIS
WILL RESULT IN SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS OVERNIGHT AND
MONDAY. SOME MOUNTAIN SNOW IS EXPECTED, GENERALLY ABOVE 9000 FEET.

CONDITIONS WILL REMAIN GENERALLY UNSETTLED THRU THE WEEK AS LOW
PRESSURE MOVES INTO THE GREAT BASIN FROM THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST,
BRINGING MOISTURE INTO THE REGION IN A MILDER SOUTHWEST FLOW
BEGINNING TUESDAY. THIS MOISTURE ALONG WITH DAYTIME HEATING WILL
SPARK THUNDERSTORMS EACH DAY, MAINLY DURING THE AFTERNOON AND
EVENING HOURS. THIS SYSTEM WILL MOVE THRU THE REGION TOWARDS THE END
OF THE WEEK.

TEMPERATURES WILL SEE A WARMING TREND THRU THE WEEK, WITH VALUES
CLOSER TO THEIR SEASONAL AVERAGE.


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