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NZUS99 KGJT 222255
SYNGJT

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

RAIN AND SNOW WILL CONTINUE TO SPREAD ACROSS MUCH OF THE FORECAST
AREA THIS EVENING AND OVERNIGHT, AS AN EARLY WINTER STORM SYSTEM AND
COLD FRONT PUSH ACROSS THE REGION. SIGNIFICANT SNOW AND BLOWING SNOW
CAN BE EXPECTED OVER THE MOUNTAINS. NUMEROUS WINTER WEATHER WARNINGS
AND ADVISORIES HAVE BEEN POSTED FOR MANY HIGHER ELEVATION LOCATIONS
OF THE FORECAST AREA. THE HEAVIEST PRECIPITATION WILL FALL
OVERNIGHT, BECOMING MORE SHOWERY FOR SUNDAY AND MONDAY. AN UNSTABLE
NORTHWEST FLOW WILL REMAIN OVER THE AREA THROUGH THE EARLY PART OF
THE WORK WEEK, WITH COOL TEMPERATURES, ALONG WITH A CHANCE OF
MOUNTAIN SNOW.




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