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Aviation Weather Discussion for Eastern Kentucky

(For the 12Z TAFS through 12Z Saturday morning) ISSUED AT 759 AM EDT FRI MAY 24 2019 South of a nearly stationary front with a residual outflow or two likely present across the northern and eastern sections of the region, isolated showers or storms cannot be ruled out across the north and east through 1Z. Valley fog not affecting the TAF sites should dissipate by around 13Z. Some low clouds will are also expected in northern and eastern locations as the cold front sinks closer to the area, especially in any convection. Conditions should mainly remain VFR, though if a location does experience convection a period of MVFR will be possible. Valley fog should again develop after 6Z, but this should not affect the TAF sites unless there is a direct hit from convection. Winds should remain 10KT or less through the period.

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