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 SYSTEM CONTINUES TO PROGRESS NORTHEAST
TONIGHT, AND ARRIVES INTO THE HIGH PLAINS TOMORROW MORNING. BEHIND
THIS SYSTEM, THE FORECAST AREA WILL BEGIN TO DRY OUT SLIGHTLY AS
WEAK HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS IN FROM THE SOUTHWEST. SOME INSTABILITY
WILL EXIST STILL, SO SOME SHOWERS WILL PERSIST, BUT THEY
WILL BE ISOLATED TO THE NORTHERN COLORADO MOUNTAINS. TEMPERATURES
WILL WARM SLIGHTLY, BUT REMAIN BELOW NORMAL.

MONDAY WILL BE FAIR AND WARMER, WITH LINGERING SHOWERS OVER THE
COLORADO MOUNTAINS. ANOTHER STORM SYSTEM WILL BRING MORE UNSETTLED
AND COOL WEATHER TO THE REGION TUESDAY.



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