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.AVIATION /12Z MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY/...
Cigs will continue to slowly drop through the morning hours, in
a cold advection pattern behind a departing cold front. BFD will
see IFR cigs for a good part of the day, while JST should see 
cigs dip close to IFR. Farther to the east, the Ridge and Valley
region (AOO, UNV, and perhaps IPT) should see cigs dip to 
borderline VFR/MVFR, while the Lower Susq Valley remains 
solidly VFR.

A northwesterly breeze will become a bit gusty, with gusts of 
15-20 kts expected by this aftn. Cigs should begin to improve 
later in the day, with BFD and JST being the last airfields to 
see notable improvement. Winds will become less gusty as 
evening approaches, with high pressure building overhead.

Outlook...

Tue...Late-day rain showers and reductions developing, 
primarily N/W.

Wed...Becoming VFR areawide.

Wed night-Thu...Rain and reductions developing from SW to NE,
along with a breezy southeasterly to southerly wind.

Thu night-Fri...Improvement expected, although lingering 
reductions and scattered rain/snow showers are possible N/W.

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