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Another Strong Storm For The Northwest; Snow For The Central Rockies and Downwind Of The Great Lakes

Another strong storm will impact the Northwest through Tuesday with heavy rain, localized flooding and mountain snow from the Cascades to the northern Rockies. Meanwhile, a system passing through the Interior West will produce some heavy snow across the south-central Rockies. Finally, lake effect snow will occur downwind of the Great Lakes from a low pressure system near the Canadian Maritimes. Read More >

Latest Aviation Forecast Discussion
.AVIATION /15Z MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY/...
Through 12Z Tuesday...Mainly MVFR/VFR through the TAF period 
with local IFR conditions across northern New York this morning. 
Highly variable ceilings exists across the airspace with cloud 
bases between 700-1000 ft in northern New York and 1500-6000ft 
across Vermont. Ceilings should become more uniform after 14z with
MVFR ceilings expected across the airspace. Scattered rain/snow
showers will exist across the North Country through the day, 
but impacts to aviation should be minimal as coverage becomes 
confined to the higher terrain. Winds will be generally S-SW 
between 5-10kt, becoming light out of the NW towards the end of
the TAF period.


Outlook...

Tuesday: Mainly MVFR, with areas VFR possible. Slight chance
SHSN.
Tuesday Night: Mainly VFR, with local MVFR possible. NO SIG WX.
Wednesday: VFR. NO SIG WX.
Wednesday Night: VFR. NO SIG WX.
Thursday: VFR. NO SIG WX.
Thursday Night: VFR. NO SIG WX.
Friday: VFR. NO SIG WX.

Impacts TAF Board
For situational awareness. Not to be used for flight planning purposes.
IDs:
Potential Impact None Slight Moderate High
Valid at: 1800 UTC 27 Jan 2020
TimeOBS27/18Z27/19Z27/20Z27/21Z27/22Z27/23Z28/00Z28/01Z28/02Z28/03Z28/04Z28/05Z28/06Z>>
KBTV                            
KMPV                            
KRUT                            
KPBG                            
KSLK WX                          
KMSS                            
TimeOBS27/18Z27/19Z27/20Z27/21Z27/22Z27/23Z28/00Z28/01Z28/02Z28/03Z28/04Z28/05Z28/06Z

NOTE: TEMPO conditions in [brackets]. Keep in mind TEMPO conditions might be better (lower impact) than prevailing conditions.

For situational awareness. Not to be used for flight planning purposes.


TAFs AIRMETs
BTV ~ Burlington, VT text graphical
PBG ~ Plattsburgh, NY text graphical
MPV ~ Montpelier, VT text graphical
RUT ~ Rutland, VT text graphical
MSS ~ Massena, NY text graphical
SLK ~ Saranac Lake, NY text graphical
SIERRA
(IFR Mountain Obscuration)
text graphical
TANGO
(Turbulence)
text graphical
ZULU
(Icing)
text graphical


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