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.AVIATION /12Z FRIDAY THROUGH TUESDAY/...
VFR conditions will persist through the afternoon, although 
clouds will begin to increase from southwest to northeast as the
day progresses ahead of an approaching wave of low pressure. A 
S/SE breeze of 15-20 knots will develop by the afternoon.

Thickening clouds and periods of light rain will spread 
northeastward across the commonwealth tonight and continue into
Saturday, accompanied by restrictions. The HREF shows a 50-80% 
chance of MVFR ceilings at all sites except BFD and LNS by 06Z
with ceilings and visibilities lowering further to IFR by 08Z. 
Some model soundings suggest that there could be brief periods 
of LIFR ceilings closer to 12Z, but confidence in this 
occurring during any specific time period is too low to include
this in the TAF at this point. 

Along with low cigs/vsby, low level wind shear will also be a 
concern overnight as a 40 to 45 knot low level jet moves into 
the area.

Outlook...

Sat...Rain with restrictions continuing.

Sun-Tue...No sig wx expected.

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