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Latest aviation discussion:

A line of showers are located over western NY and will slowly
shift eastward this morning. These showers are expected to be VFR. 
As copious amounts of low lvl moisture will be present today,
there will be a chance for diurnal TSRA this afternoon, but
confidence is to low attm to place in tafs and will be spotty in
nature. Additional showers and thunderstorms are expected after
00Z as a front moves across the region. This will be the best time
to see TSRA. Restrictions are possible with these TSRA.

Winds will be southerly around 6 to 12 knots with gusts up to 20
MPH for much of today. Winds will become light and variable after


Thursday Night through Friday... Mostly VFR, but some
restrictions are possible in showers/storms late Thursday into
early Friday as a frontal system passes.

Saturday through Sunday...VFR.

Monday...Restrictions possible in showers/thunderstorms.


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

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