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.

A COLD FRONT ASSOCIATED WITH A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM TO OUR NORTH WILL
PASS THROUGH THE REGION THIS EVENING.  AHEAD OF THIS COLD FRONT,
SOUTHWEST WINDS WILL INCREASE TO BREEZY TO WINDY CONDITIONS,
ESPECIALLY FOR NORTHWESTERN COLORADO AND PORTIONS OF SOUTHEAST UTAH
AND WEST CENTRAL COLORADO. THIS COLD FRONT WILL ALSO BRING SCATTERED
SHOWERS FOR THE REGION BEGINNING THIS EVENING FOR THE NORTHERN AND
CENTRAL AREAS, WITH LIGHT SNOW FOR ELEVATIONS GREATER THAN TEN
THOUSAND FEET. AFTER THE PASSAGE OF THE COLD FRONT, TEMPERATURES
WILL PLUMMET BRINGING THE LIGHT SNOW DOWN TO ABOUT SEVEN THOUSAND
FEET. THE PRECIPITATION SHOULD END BY DAY BREAK SATURDAY MORNING.
SATURDAY WILL BE MAINLY DRY AND MUCH COOLER, BEFORE A SLIGHT WARM UP
ON SUNDAY.



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