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NZUS99 KGJT 271804
SYNGJT

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

LOOK FOR PARTLY SUNNY SKIES TODAY WITH WARM, ABOVE NORMAL
TEMPERATURES. SCATTERED STORMS WILL FORM OVER THE HIGHER TERRAIN
THIS AFTERNOON, POSSIBLY DRIFTING INTO VALLEYS LATER IN THE DAY WITH
A FEW LINGERING OVERNIGHT. LOCALIZED FLOODING WITH MUD DEBRIS FLOWS
AND ROCK SLIDES IN THE STEEPER TERRAIN MAY OCCUR WITH STRONGER
STORMS THAT FORM.

A DEEPER SURGE OF MONSOONAL MOISTURE IS EXPECTED MONDAY EVENING INTO
TUESDAY WITH A DISTURBANCE MOVING THROUGH.  THIS WILL LEAD TO AN
INCREASE IN THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY LASTING INTO TUESDAY NIGHT. STORMS
MONDAY EVENING INTO TUESDAY WILL BE CAPABLE OF VERY HEAVY RAIN WITH
TORRENTIAL DOWNPOURS AND FLASH FLOODING POSSIBLE.

WEDNESDAY THROUGH THE REST OF THE WEEK WILL SEE DAILY AFTERNOON
STORMS MAINLY OVER THE HIGHER TERRAIN WITH SOME DRIFTING INTO
VALLEYS LATER IN THE DAY.  TEMPERATURES WILL BE NEAR TO SLIGHTLY
BELOW NORMAL UNDER INCREASED CLOUDS AND SHOWERS THROUGH THE WEEK.




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