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.AVIATION /00Z FRIDAY THROUGH TUESDAY/...
Light winds and low level moisture will keep a mix of IFR and
low MVFR ceilings over the terminals for most of the evening
hours. 

As mixing increases ahead of the next frontal push, ceilings 
might lift temporarily early Friday morning. Another round of 
rain and light freezing rain will push into NY and PA Friday 
morning, bringing additional IFR and low MVFR restrictions of 
both ceilings and visibility.

Outlook... 
Friday night through Sunday...Restrictions continue, with 
steadier rain most likely to occur Friday evening, then again 
later Saturday night into Sunday afternoon.

Monday-Tuesday...Improvement back to VFR expected.



 

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