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NZUS99 KGJT 250630
SYNGJT

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

SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL CONTINUE THROUGH THE EARLY MORNING
HOURS AS A DISTURBANCE MOVES THROUGH THE HIGH PRESSURE RIDGE
OVERNIGHT WITH PLENTY OF MOISTURE STILL IN PLACE.

THE CLOCKWISE ROTATION AROUND HIGH PRESSURE CENTERED OVER THE
SOUTHERN ROCKIES, WILL CONTINUE TO STEER MOISTURE AND DISTURBANCES
ACROSS THE FORECAST AREA, WHICH, ALONG WITH DAYTIME HEATING, WILL
RESULT IN ISOLATED TO SCATTERED MAINLY AFTERNOON AND EVENING SHOWERS
AND THUNDERSTORMS FOR THE NEXT SEVERAL DAYS. GUSTY OUTFLOW WINDS AND
LOCALLY HEAVY RAIN WILL BE POSSIBLE WITH A FEW OF THE STRONGER
STORMS. THE HIGH PRESSURE WILL KEEP TEMPERATURES AT NEAR TO ABOVE
SEASONAL LEVELS THROUGH THE WEEKEND, WITH A BIT OF COOLING FROM
CLOUDS AND SHOWERS.




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