Regional Weather Synopsis
Issued by NWS Grand Junction, CO

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NZUS99 KGJT 270108
SYNGJT

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

A LOW PRESSURE STORM SYSTEM FROM THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST WILL BEGIN TO
PUSH INTO THE FORECAST AREA TONIGHT, BRINGING INCREASING CLOUDS WITH
A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS BY SUNRISE.  THE CHANCE OF SHOWERS WILL
INCREASE THROUGH THE DAY MONDAY AND OVERNIGHT.  MONDAY WILL BE
BREEZY TO WINDY, WITH TEMPERATURES A LITTLE MILDER, BEFORE THE
SYSTEMS COLD FRONT MOVES THROUGH MONDAY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT. HEAVY
SNOW WILL FALL OVER MANY MOUNTAIN LOCATIONS, WITH THE SOUTHERN AND
CENTRAL MOUNTAINS FAVORED.  RAIN AND SNOW WILL FALL ACROSS LOWER
ELEVATIONS, WITH THE BEST SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS EXPECTED ACROSS THE
SOUTHERN VALLEYS MONDAY NIGHT AND TUESDAY. THE SYSTEM WILL MOVE OUT
LATE TUESDAY, WITH WEAK HIGH PRESSURE BRINGING MOSTLY DRY WEATHER
AND A WARMING TREND FOR THE SECOND HALF OF THE WORK WEEK.


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