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NZUS99 KGJT 230705
SYNGJT

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

A STRONG, BUT FAIRLY DRY LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM, WILL IMPACT THE
FORECAST AREA THROUGH THIS MORNING. STRONG SOUTHWEST WINDS AHEAD OF
THE SYSTEMS COLD FRONT WILL DISSIPATE, AFTER THE FRONT MOVES
THROUGH. THE CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL ALSO DECREASE,
BECOMING CONFINED TO THE COLORADO MOUNTAINS. A COOLER AIR MASS WILL
MOVE IN BEHIND THE FRONT, WITH TEMPERATURES THIS AFTERNOON TO BE 10
TO 20 DEGREES COOLER THAN TUESDAY. A WEAK RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE
WILL BUILD IN DURING THE DAY THURSDAY FOR DRY WEATHER THURSDAY AND
FRIDAY. AFTER A COOL START TO THE DAY THURSDAY, TEMPERATURES WILL
WARM TO SEASONAL BY THURSDAY AFTERNOON, AND THEN ABOVE SEASONAL FOR
FRIDAY.  WINDS WILL BECOME SOUTHWEST ON FRIDAY AHEAD OF THE NEXT
STORM SYSTEM.




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