Regional Weather Synopsis
Issued by NWS Grand Junction, CO

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NZUS99 KGJT 260131
SYNGJT

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

SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL BECOME SCATTERED TO WIDESPREAD ACROSS
THE FORECAST AREA TONIGHT UNTIL EARLY SUNDAY MORNING, AND THEN RAMP
UP AGAIN THROUGH SUNDAY NIGHT, AS A LATE WINTER STORM AND COLD FRONT
PUSH IN FROM THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST. THIS SYSTEM IS QUITE MOIST,
WITH HEAVY PRECIPITATION POSSIBLE, ESPECIALLY TONIGHT AND SUNDAY.
ACCUMULATING SNOW WILL GENERALLY BE CONFINED TO AREAS ABOVE 8500
FEET, WITH THE MOUNTAINS OF SOUTHWEST AND WEST CENTRAL COLORADO
FAVORED FOR SIGNIFICANT SNOWFALL, AS WELL AS THE ABAJO AND LA SAL
MOUNTAINS IN SOUTHEAST UTAH. MOUNTAIN SHOWERS WILL CONTINUE
ON MONDAY, AS THE SYSTEM MOVES OUT TO THE EAST.

MOSTLY DRY AND WARMER CONDITIONS WILL FOLLOW FOR TUESDAY AND
WEDNESDAY, AS A RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS IN FROM THE WEST.



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