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Latest aviation discussion:

VFR is expected for the majority of this forecast period with the
exception of some patchy MVFR visibility restrictions early this
morning at KELM and KAVP. Scattered to broken cumulus clouds will
likely develop during the daylight hours due to significant
heating. There will be a risk of thunderstorm mainly along the
western periperhy of the forecast area this afternoon as weak
upper level disturbances rotate northward from Western PA.
Tonight, more widespread ceilings are expected with periods of
rain, or showers as moisture from Tropical Storm Bonnie streams


Monday...Mostly VFR. Brief restrictions may occur in
showers/thunderstorms early Monday.

Monday night-Wednesday...Mostly VFR. Some MVFR/IFR valley fog
is possible during the late night and early morning hours each

Thursday...Restrictions possible with showers and thunderstorms.


This discussion and more can be found in the Area Forecast Discussion.

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