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Aviation Weather Discussion for Eastern Kentucky

(For the 12Z TAFS through 12Z Saturday morning) ISSUED AT 732 AM EDT FRI JUL 10 2020 VFR conditions will prevail at the TAF sites this morning, as fog that formed overnight has remained confined to river valleys and near bodies of water across the area. Cloud cover will be on the increase this morning, with BKN skies expected by late morning, as a cold front approaches. A few showers and storms have already popped up this morning to the west of SJS. This activity is expected to steadily increase in coverage as the sun continues to rise. We may see scattered showers and storms by 14 or 15Z. Once the showers and storms get going early this afternoon, any of the TAF sites could experience MVFR or worse conditions due to heavy rain and low level cloud cover. Gusty winds and frequent lighting will also be of concern with any storm today. The storms will last through out the day, but should die down quickly once the sun begins to go down this evening.

Click Here to Read the Full Area Forecast Discussion  Issued: 07/10/2020 06:32:04 AM EST


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