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    (For the 12Z TAFS through 12Z Friday morning)
    Issued at 404 AM MDT Thu Sep 21 2023
    Scattered showers and embedded thunderstorms continue early this
    morning, favoring the higher terrain along the Divide. Sites such
    as KTEX, KASE and KGUC stand the best chance to see showers/storms
    in the vicinity, though KDRO could get some activity in the next
    few hours. Storms gradually taper off from south to north as drier
    air works into the region. This will lead to mostly clear skies
    and VFR conditions today before clouds begin to increase ahead of
    the next system across the northern zones tonight. After storms
    diminish this morning, gusty winds will be the main aviation
    concern with widespread south/southwest winds gusting to at least
    25 kts by 18Z. Low level wind shear may also become a problem
    overnight. Some isolated showers and storms will begin to form
    over far northeast Utah late in the TAF period.