Regional Weather Synopsis
Issued by NWS Grand Junction, CO

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NZUS99 KGJT 030638
SYNGJT

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

DRIER AIR CONTINUES TO SLOWLY PUSH IN FROM THE NORTHWEST AS THE
GREAT BASIN HIGH PRESSURE MOVES TO THE SOUTHWEST. THIS WILL RESULT IN
FEWER SHOWERS AND STORMS THROUGH TOMORROW, GENERALLY MORE CONFINED
TO HIGHER ELEVATIONS AND ADJACENT VALLEYS IN SOUTHWEST COLORADO
WHERE THE BEST MOISTURE WILL RESIDE.

MOISTURE WILL RETURN LATE SUNDAY AND MONDAY SPREADING NORTHWARD,
WITH A DISTURBANCE MOVING ACROSS THE REGION, ALLOWING FOR INCREASING
COVERAGE OF STORMS WITH HEAVY RAIN POTENTIAL.  THIS PUSH OF MOISTURE
WILL BE BRIEF AS DRIER AIR FILTERS BACK IN MIDWEEK.  MOISTURE
HOWEVER LOOKS TO RETURN IN A MORE FAVORABLE SOUTHERLY MONSOONAL FLOW
BY NEXT WEEKEND AS HIGH PRESSURE SHIFTS EAST OF THE FOUR CORNERS.

TEMPERATURES WILL CONTINUE TO BE ABOVE SEASONAL THROUGH THE FOURTH
OF JULY WEEKEND, BEFORE COOLING TO NEAR NORMAL VALUES NEXT WEEK.


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