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Latest aviation discussion:

Light winds and high humidity levels under a weak ridge will keep
fog and low stratus over the terminals. IFR conditions are likely
this morning at ITH, and a virtual lock at BGM, ELM, and AVP,
where visibilities will drop to 1/4SM in fog.

Fog will break up by late morning today, but a low stratus deck
will keep ceilings between 700 and 2000 feet. 

Fog should return after sunset tonight, but may be short-lived due
to increased mixing ahead of an approaching storm system.


Sunday night, Monday, and into Tuesday...Restrictions likely in
rain or a wintry mix.

Wednesday & Thursday...More restrictions possible in rain or snow


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

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