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Latest aviation discussion:

In the wake of a cold front, rain showers are changing over to
snow showers with falling temps. A period of IFR can be 
expected early this evening for KBGM/KITH/KRME before cigs 
improve by the late evening. Overnight, low level moisture and a
much colder airmass will lead to continuing scattered flurries 
and low VFR/MVFR ceilings. At KRME/KSYR, some lake effect snow 
showers will bring MVFR snow showers into the terminals 
beginning around 10Z. On Sunday, low VFR/MVFR ceiling will 
continue under strato cumulus.

Winds west around 15 gusting up to 25 knots tonight through


Sunday afternoon...Restrictions from lake-effect snow showers 
probable at KSYR-KRME, with mainly VFR elsewhere.

Monday-Tuesday...Possible restrictions in light rain or snow 

Wednesday...Possible restrictions in rain showers.

Thursday...Possible restrictions in light rain or snow 


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