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Aviation Weather Discussion for Eastern Kentucky

(For the 12Z TAFS through 12Z Friday morning) ISSUED AT 755 AM EDT THU AUG 25 2022 At 1155z, valley fog is resulting in widely varying flight conditions this morning. The fog is starting to lift and should be gone at all TAF sites by 13z and in the deeper valleys by 14z. Once the fog has dissipated, anticipate VFR conditions prevailing through most of the period. Cumulus, generally rather shallow and flat, should become more extensive around/after 15Z in the 4 to 6kft range. More robust cumulus and isolated deep convection is possible late in the day near the Virginia and Tennessee border - well south of the TAF sites. Any locations that experience convection could experience some brief MVFR or lower reductions. Valley fog is expected to develop again tonight, potentially impacting LOZ and SME toward the end of the period. Winds will remain light and variable.

Click Here to Read the Full Area Forecast Discussion  Issued: 09/29/2022 01:43:31 PM EDT

 

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