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.AVIATION /20Z Monday THROUGH Saturday/...
Through 18z Tuesday...Persistent W-NW flow will bring variably
cloudy conditions, but mainly VFR (ceilings 3.5-5kft) at the TAF
locations. Sole exception should be at SLK, which will
occasionally see ceilings 2-3 KFT. Visibility generally
unrestricted with gusty/well-mixed low-level conditions. Will see
a few orographic showers/snow showers develop as we head into
tonight thru Tuesday morning. This may bring some VSBY
restrictions vcnty of the HIR TRRN. Also, may see brief MVFR at
SLK in snow showers toward daybreak. W-NW winds will remain
moderately strong...12-15kt with gusts to 25kt thru sunset. Winds
will diminish somewhat overnight (8-10kt), then increase to
similar speeds (12-15ktG25kt) from the NW during the daylight
Outlook 18z Tuesday through Saturday...
18Z Tuesday through 12Z Wednesday: Isold/sct rain and snow
showers will persist vcnty of the nrn Adirondacks/nrn Greens
Tuesday aftn into first half of Tuesday night. Could see intervals
of MVFR conditions at SLK, and possibly also at MPV. At the
remaining TAF sites, BKN-OVC conditions but with VFR ceilings
expected. Winds NW 8-15kts.
12Z Wednesday Through 12Z Thursday: Surface high pressure across
the region will bring generally VFR conditions and lighter winds.
12Z Thursday Through Saturday: Low pressure system approaching
from the Great Lakes/Ohio Valley brings developing rain Thursday
afternoon into Thursday night, with MVFR and intervals of IFR
conditions possible. After a brief break on Friday, another wave
of low pressure brings additional showers and possible MVFR
conditions on Saturday.
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