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LAST UPDATED:  636 PM SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10 2016

.AVIATION /00Z SUNDAY THROUGH THURSDAY/...
VFR conditions through Sunday morning.

Clear skies continue tonight as dry high pressure builds across
the region. Models indicate low clouds with bases above 3000 feet
moving into the TAF sites from the south after 09Z as moisture
increases. Ceilings will then lower through the morning and could
drop below 3000 feet by mid-day. Surface winds will be east to
northeast 6 knots or less, but a southerly low-level jet will
cause moderate wind shear at 2000 feet. This has been included in
the TAFs beginning at 18Z.
 
EXTENDED AVIATION OUTLOOK...IFR and/or MVFR ceilings and
visibilities will be possible Sunday Night through early
Wednesday in scattered showers and/or fog with a stalled frontal
boundary overhead.


                                      

 

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