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.AVIATION /03Z WEDNESDAY THROUGH SUNDAY/...
Clear sky but just a little gusty wind. The strength and
position of the high pressure ridge to our south won't change 
much tonight or Wed. The wind will likely stay up above 5KT 
overnight at most locations, with the ridgetops of the Laurels
and northern mountains perhaps staying above 10KT. There is a 
strong low level jet developing, but it will be coming from the 
NW instead of a more- normal south or southwesterly direction. 
The threat for LLWS will develop through the night as the llvl 
inversion steepens, and continue into the morning before mixing 
starts coincident with the mesoscale forcing sliding to our 
east. Cirrus will spread across the state tonight, but exit
stage right in the early morning. VFR will continue Wed, but
clouds from the west will lower and thicken Wed PM. 

Outlook... 

Thu-Thu night...Restrictions possible late day and overnight in
SHRA/TSRA assocd with cold frontal passage.

Fri-Sat...Lingering MVFR cigs possible, mainly N/W. 

Sun...AM valley fog, then --RA poss mainly S.

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