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 STRONG LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM CENTERED OVER NORTHEAST UTAH THIS
MORNING, WILL SLOWLY DROP SOUTH TO THE 4 CORNERS AREA BY THURSDAY
MORNING, AND THEN LIFT SLOWLY TO THE NORTHEAST.  THIS SYSTEM WILL
RESULT IN UNSEASONABLY COOL TEMPERATURES, ISOLATED TO SCATTERED
LIGHT SHOWERS OF RAIN AND SNOW, AND BREEZY CONDITIONS AT TIMES, OVER
MUCH OF THE FORECAST AREA THRU THE REMAINDER OF THE WEEK AND INTO
THE COMING WEEKEND.  THIS SYSTEM IS NOT ABUNDANTLY MOIST, ALTHOUGH
ACCUMULATING LIGHT SNOW WILL FALL OVER THE MOUNTAINS. TEMPERATURES
WILL BOTTOM OUT TONIGHT WITH FREEZING TEMPERATURES EXPECTED ACROSS
MUCH OF THE REGION BY SUNRISE THURSDAY. TEMPERATURES WILL THEN
SLOWLY MODERATE INTO THE WEEKEND, BUT WILL REMAIN BELOW SEASONAL.


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