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.

LOW PRESSURE CENTERED OVER WESTERN NEBRASKA WILL ROTATE MOISTURE AND
INSTABILITY INTO THE FORECAST AREA FROM THE NORTHWEST TODAY. DAYTIME
HEATING WILL SPARK SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS THIS
AFTERNOON AND EVENING, WITH SNOW POSSIBLE AT THE HIGHEST ELEVATIONS.
SOME SHOWERS WILL CONTINUE INTO THE OVERNIGHT HOURS. THIS LOW
PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL LIFT OUT TO THE NORTHEAST LATER TONIGHT.

WEAK HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD OVER THE REGION FOR TUESDAY, BUT
RESIDUAL MOISTURE WILL BE ADEQUATE FOR A ROUND OF LATE DAY SHOWERS
AND THUNDERSTORMS, FAVORING HIGHER ELEVATIONS.

THE NEXT STORM SYSTEM TO IMPACT THE REGION WILL SLOWLY MIGRATE INTO
THE GREAT BASIN FROM THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST, BRINGING GENERALLY
UNSETTLED WEATHER TO THE FORECAST AREA WEDNESDAY THRU THE REMAINDER
OF THE WORK WEEK.

TEMPERATURES WILL SEE A WARMING TREND THRU MID WEEK.


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