Posted: Monday May 28th, 2018
by meteorologist Jim Woodmencey
Low-Pressure over Utah is still in place this morning and is circulating moisture & unstable air around the periphery of this Low. Low is present at the surface, shown as the red “L” on Sat photo, and the big round “ball” (a closed Low) on the upper level maps. See the 300mb (@30,000-ft.) jet stream map and 700 mb (@10,000-ft.).
Moisture will still be streaming over northern Wyoming today, Memorial Day, and circulating around that Low-pressure (counter-clockwise rotation) from East to West. Causing more rain & thunderstorms.
Weather will gradually improve through mid-week as this Low moves east into the Plains States.