Regional Weather Synopsis
Issued by NWS Grand Junction, CO

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NZUS99 KGJT 272234
SYNGJT

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

A PACIFIC STORM SYSTEM WILL BE PUSHING ACROSS THE FORECAST AREA
TONIGHT, THROUGH THE DAY TUESDAY INTO EARLY WEDNESDAY, BRINGING
SIGNIFICANT SNOW TO MOST MOUNTAINS OF THE REGION, AND A GOOD CHANCE
OF RAIN, POSSIBLY MIXED WITH SNOW AT TIMES, ACROSS LOWER ELEVATIONS.
PERIODS OF MOUNTAIN SNOW WILL CONTINUE INTO WEDNESDAY, WITH STORM
TOTAL SNOWFALL AMOUNTS OF 6 TO 14 INCHES POSSIBLE. THE HEAVIEST SNOW
WILL FALL ABOVE 9000 FEET. THE SNOW LEVEL WILL DROP TO NEAR 6000
FEET BY WEDNESDAY MORNING, IN THE COLD AIR MASS BEHIND THE SYSTEMS
COLD FRONT. THUNDERSTORMS WILL ALSO BE POSSIBLE WITH THIS SYSTEM.

CONDITIONS WILL IMPROVE THROUGH THE DAY WEDNESDAY, WITH MOSTLY DRY
AND WARMER WEATHER THURSDAY, BEFORE THE NEXT SYSTEM MOVES IN ON
FRIDAY.



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