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.

SNOW CONTINUES TO FALL ACROSS WESTERN COLORADO AHEAD OF THE DEEP LOW
PRESSURE SYSTEM, SLOWLY MOVING ACROSS THE GREAT BASIN. THE CENTER OF
THIS SYSTEM WILL SHIFT OVER WESTERN COLORADO THIS EVENING, ALLOWING
WINDS OVER NORTHERN UTAH AND COLORADO TO TURN NORTHWEST, WRAPPING
MOISTURE AROUND THE SYSTEM TO THE NORTH. NORTHWEST FACING SLOPES ARE
FAVORED IN THESE CONDITIONS, BRINGING SNOW TO THE NORTHERN AND
CENTRAL MOUNTAINS THIS EVENING INTO SATURDAY MORNING. SHOWERS WILL
LINGER OVER THE CONTINENTAL DIVIDE TONIGHT, BUT SNOW ACCUMULATION
WILL BE LIGHT. DRY, NORTHWEST FLOW WILL MOVE IN BEHIND THIS STORM
SATURDAY, BRINGING CLEARER SKIES AND NEAR AVERAGE TEMPERATURES TO
MUCH OF THE REGION HEADING INTO NEXT WEEK.



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