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.

CLEAR AND MILD CONDITIONS WILL BE SEEN OVERNIGHT INTO THE MORNING
HOURS AS HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS OVER THE REGION.  SOME HAZE IS STILL
POSSIBLE IN THE MORNING FROM TRAPPED WILDFIRE SMOKE FROM WESTERN
U.S. WILDFIRES, BUT THIS SHOULD BE LESS PROMINENT THAN PREVIOUS
DAYS.

MOISTURE WILL CONTINUE TO SLOWLY SEEP INTO THE FOUR CORNERS REGION,
ALLOWING FOR ISOLATED TO SCATTERED STORMS OVER SOUTHEAST UTAH AND
SOUTHWEST COLORADO THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING. THE NORTH WILL REMAIN
GENERALLY DRY. TEMPERATURES WILL BE VERY WARM WITH ABOVE NORMAL
READINGS THROUGH TUESDAY.

MONSOONAL MOISTURE WILL INCREASE FROM THE SOUTH BEGINNING LATE
TUESDAY INTO WEDNESDAY, AS THE HIGH PRESSURE RIDGE SHIFTS EAST OF
THE FOUR CORNERS AND AN EMBEDDED DISTURBANCE MOVES THROUGH THE
REGION. THIS WILL ALLOW FOR INCREASING COVERAGE OF SHOWERS AND
STORMS, BECOMING WIDESPREAD BY WEDNESDAY. TEMPERATURES WILL BE
COOLER DUE TO INCREASED CLOUD COVER AND SHOWERS FROM WEDNESDAY
THROUGH THE END OF THE WEEK, WITH BELOW NORMAL READINGS.



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