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FPUS51 KBTV 200703
ZFPBTV

ZONE FORECAST PRODUCT FOR VERMONT AND NORTHERN NEW YORK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
300 AM EDT THU JUL 20 2006


VTZ006-008-016>018-202015-
LAMOILLE-WASHINGTON-EASTERN FRANKLIN-EASTERN CHITTENDEN-
EASTERN ADDISON-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...JOHNSON...STOWE...MONTPELIER...
ENOSBURG FALLS...RICHFORD...UNDERHILL...BRISTOL...RIPTON
300 AM EDT THU JUL 20 2006

.TODAY...MOSTLY SUNNY. PATCHY FOG EARLY THIS MORNING. HIGHS IN THE 
MID 80S. SOUTH WINDS 5 TO 10 MPH. 
.TONIGHT...PARTLY CLOUDY UNTIL MIDNIGHT...THEN MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A 
SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS TOWARD DAYBREAK. LOWS IN THE LOWER 60S. 
SOUTH WINDS 5 TO 10 MPH. CHANCE OF RAIN 20 PERCENT. 
.FRIDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS LIKELY. HIGHS 
IN THE UPPER 70S. SOUTH WINDS AROUND 5 MPH...BECOMING WEST IN THE 
AFTERNOON. CHANCE OF RAIN 60 PERCENT. 
.FRIDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A 40 PERCENT CHANCE OF SHOWERS.
LOWS IN THE UPPER 50S. NORTHWEST WINDS AROUND 5 MPH UNTIL MIDNIGHT...
BECOMING LIGHT AND VARIABLE. 
.SATURDAY...PARTLY SUNNY. HIGHS IN THE UPPER 70S. NORTH WINDS 5 TO 
10 MPH. 
.SATURDAY NIGHT...PARTLY CLOUDY. LOWS IN THE LOWER 50S. 
.SUNDAY...PARTLY SUNNY. A CHANCE OF SHOWERS IN THE AFTERNOON. HIGHS
IN THE MID 70S. CHANCE OF RAIN 30 PERCENT. 
.SUNDAY NIGHT...PARTLY CLOUDY. LOWS IN THE MID 50S. 
.MONDAY...PARTLY SUNNY. HIGHS IN THE UPPER 70S. 
.MONDAY NIGHT...PARTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS. LOWS IN THE
UPPER 50S. CHANCE OF RAIN 30 PERCENT. 
.TUESDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS.
HIGHS IN THE UPPER 70S. CHANCE OF RAIN 30 PERCENT. 
.TUESDAY NIGHT...PARTLY CLOUDY. LOWS AROUND 60. 
.WEDNESDAY...PARTLY SUNNY. HIGHS AROUND 80. 

$$




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FXUS61 KBTV 200657
AFDBTV

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
255 AM EDT THU JUL 20 2006

.SHORT TERM /TODAY THROUGH SATURDAY/...
MAIN FORECAST PROBLEM FOR THE SHORT-TERM CONTINUES TO BE TIMING AND
COVERAGE OF PRECIP/POSSIBLE CONVECTION WITH FRONTAL SYSTEM AFFECTING
THE NORTH COUNTRY BEGINNING TONIGHT...AND HOW QUICKLY /OR SLOWLY/
SYSTEM PROGRESSES EASTWARD THROUGH SATURDAY. MODELS HAVE TRENDED
SLOWER WITH THIS EVENT IN RECENT RUNS. DETAILS BELOW.

CURRENTLY...CONDITIONS REMAIN FAIR ACROSS THE FA ON WRN PERIPHERY OF
SFC ANTICYCLONE WHICH HAS PROGRESSED EWD INTO THE GULF OF ME EARLY
THIS MORNING. MAINLY CLR SKIES LIKELY YIELDING ISOLD POCKETS OF VLY
FG THROUGH 12Z AND HAVE PLACED EARLY MORNING FOG IN THE ZONES FOR
ALL AREAS EXCEPT THE CHAMPLAIN/ST. LAWRENCE VLYS. OTHERWISE...IR
IMAGERY SHOWS TROPICAL STORM BERYL /37.4N 73.3W PER 6Z NHC ADVISORY/
OFF DELMARVA WITH PRIMARY CIRRUS OUTFLOW CHANNEL EXTENDING NEWD
ACROSS SRN NEW ENGLAND TO ROUGHLY A ORH-PSM LINE. CONTINUED
MID-UPPER LVL SWLY FLOW SHOULD KEEP CIRRUS CANOPY SOUTH/EAST OF FA
AND WILL GO WITH SUNNY IN THE FORECAST FROM THE CHAMPLAIN VLY EWD.
IN NRN NY...SOMEWHAT BETTER CHANCE FOR INCR MID-HIGH CLOUDS
ASSOCIATED WITH EWD MOVING COLD FRONT/ASSOCIATED CIRRUS DEBRIS FROM
UPSTREAM CONVECTION OVER THE GREAT LAKES BY LATE THIS AFTN. MOSTLY
SUNNY SHOULD WORK FOR WRN COUNTIES.

AS LOW-LEVEL FLOW VEERS AROUND TO THE SOUTH/SW ONCE MORNING SFC
INVERSIONS BREAK...WE/LL SEE AN INCREASE IN LOW-LEVEL MOISTURE TODAY
WITH DEWPOINTS CLIMBING BACK INTO THE LOW TO MID 60S. LIKEWISE...
TEMPERATURES WILL BE 3-4F WARMER THAN YESTERDAY MOST SECTIONS WITH
VLY HIGHS IN THE 84-88F RANGE.

FRONTAL SYSTEM OF INTEREST FOR THE FORECAST AREA DURING 24-60 HR
TIME FRAME IS LOCATED FROM PARENT 998MB CYCLONE OVER JAMES BAY SWWD
ACROSS LK SUPERIOR TO S-CENTRAL NEB AT 06Z. 00Z GFS/WRF-NMM SOLN
REMAIN CONSISTENT IN EWD PROGRESSION OF SFC FRONT THROUGH 12Z
FRIDAY...WITH BNDRY MVG INTO THE ST. LAWRENCE VLY AT THAT TIME. HAVE
INTRODUCED CHANCE POPS 00-06Z ACROSS THE NRN ADIRONDACKS AND ST.
LAWRENCE VLY...WITH AN INCR TO LIKELY POPS BETWEEN 06-12Z IN THOSE
AREAS. HAVE PLACED CHANCE POPS IN THE CHAMPLAIN VLY AND SLIGHT
CHANCE CENTRAL/ERN VT AFTER MIDNIGHT. WITH INCR IN LOW-LVL
MOISTURE...21Z SREF MEAN MAINTAINS SFC-BASED CAPE THROUGHOUT THE
OVERNIGHT HRS WRN HALF OF FA AND HAVE MENTIONED BOTH SHOWERS/TSTMS
IN THE ZONES FROM THE CHAMPLAIN VLY/RUTLAND COUNTY WWD FOR TONIGHT.
MARGINAL INSTABILITY AND DEEP-LAYER SHEAR ONLY 20-25KTS WILL LIKELY
MITIGATE SVR THREAT TONIGHT...ESPECIALLY GIVEN ABSENCE OF ANY STG
WAA/LOW-LEVEL JET SUPPORT AHEAD OF COLD FRONT.

FOR FRIDAY...FORECAST UNCERTAINTY INCREASES AS 00Z SUITE OF NWP
GUIDANCE SLOWS EWD PROGRESSION OF SFC COLD FRONT...WITH BNDRY
STALLING ACROSS THE FA FROM NE-SW FRIDAY AFTN/EVE. THIS APPEARS TO
BE IN RESPONSE TO A STRONGER THAN PREVIOUSLY FORECAST MID-LEVEL
RIDGE SOUTHEAST OF NEW ENGLAND. IN ANY EVENT...WILL CONTINUE WITH
LIKELY POPS MOST AREAS EXCEPT FAR NW. INTERESTINGLY...GFS ALSO
DEVELOPS MODERATE CAPE /1000-2000 J/KG/FRIDAY AFTN ALONG/SOUTH OF
FRONTAL BOUNDARY /MAINLY ACROSS VT/. LIKEWISE LATEST SREF MEDIAN
CAPE RANGES FROM 1000-1500 J/KG ACROSS THE CHAMPLAIN VLY EWD. WE/LL
NEED TO MONITOR FOR SVR POTENTIAL IF SUFFICIENT SFC HEATING CAN
OCCUR VCNTY OF FRONTAL BNDRY. SFC-6KM SHEAR INCREASES TO 25-35KTS
AND WOULD CONTRIBUTE TO CONVECTIVE ORGANIZATION IF CAPE CAN DEVELOP
SUFFICIENTLY FRIDAY AFTN.

WITH FRONTAL ZONE SLOWER TO SHIFT EAST OF OUR FORECAST AREA...HAVE
INCREASED POPS FRIDAY NIGHT...RANGING FROM 30 PERCENT AT BTV TO 60
PERCENT IN THE NE KINGDOM. HAVE MAINTAINED SLIGHT CHANCE TO CHANCE
POPS EASTERN SECTIONS OF VT INTO SATURDAY...WITH GFS HOLDING SFC
FRONT ALONG A BGR-PSM-BDL LINE AT 18Z SATURDAY. IF LESS PROGRESSIVE
TREND CONTINUES...LATER SHIFTS MAY NEED TO INCREASE/BACK POPS
FURTHER WWD ON SATURDAY.

&&

.LONG TERM /SATURDAY NIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY/...
NO CHANGES MADE TO THE EXTENDED FORECAST AT THIS TIME. BROAD H5
TROUGH IN PLACE ACROSS THE NERN CONUS/GREAT LAKES/SERN CANADA SUNDAY
MORNING LIFTS OUT TO BE REPLACED BY ZONAL FLOW REGIME BY 12Z
TUESDAY...PER 00Z GFS/ECMWF SOLNS. QUESTION WILL BE STRENGTH/TRACK
OF ASSOCIATED SFC LOW LIKELY TO DEVELOP ALONG REMNANT BAROCLINIC
ZONE SUNDAY NIGHT THROUGH MONDAY /AND ALSO WHERE THAT FRONTAL ZONE
WILL LIE IN PROXIMITY TO NEW ENGLAND/. IF SFC DEVELOPMENT IS
SUFFICIENT...NWRN FRINGE OF ASSOCIATED PRECIPITATION SHIELD MAY
IMPACT ERN PORTION OF FA EARLY NEXT WEEK.

&&

.AVIATION...
ALL TAF SITES /EXCEPT MAYBE KBTV/ TO REMAIN DECOUPLED FOR MUCH OF
THE REST OF THE OVRNITE HRS. HAVE REDUCED CHCS FOR BR AT ALL TAF
SITES BASED ON EXPECTED LOW TEMPS OVRNITE AND EXTENT OF LOW-LVL
MSTR. SFC WINDS ACRS THE FA TO BECOME S-SW TODAY AND INTO THU NITE.
ANY SIGNIFICANT CLDS ACRS THE FA LOOK TO HOLD OFF UNTIL
THU NITE...WITH A CHC AT SEEING SOME CONVECTION ACRS AT LEAST A
PORTION OF THE FA /ESPECIALLY THE WRN PORTION/ BY LATE ON THU NITE.

&&

.BTV WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
VT...NONE.
NY...NONE.
&&

$$

SHORT TERM...BANACOS
LONG TERM...BANACOS
AVIATION...MURRAY









FXUS61 KBTV 200145
AFDBTV

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
945 PM EDT WED JUL 19 2006

.SHORT TERM /OVERNIGHT/...
SURFACE OBSERVATIONS AND SATELLITE LOOP SHOWING MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES
ACROSS THE REGION. EXPECTING SOME RADIATION FOG TO FORM OVERNIGHT
IN THE MORE SHELTERED VALLEYS AS SKIES WILL BE CLEAR AND WINDS LIGHT.
PREVIOUS FORECAST HAS THIS COVERED WELL...SO NO UPDATES TO THE PREVIOUSLY
ISSUED ZONE FORECASTS WILL BE NEEDED.
&&

.PREV DISCUSSION...
 /ISSUED 236 PM EDT WED JUL 19 2006/

SHORT TERM /TONIGHT THROUGH SATURDAY/...
VERY SHALLOW CUMULUS HAD FORMED OVER THE HIGHER TERRAIN LATE THIS
MORNING AND SHOULD PERSIST UNTIL AROUND SUNSET.  OBSERVED AND
FORECAST SOUNDINGS SHOW VERTICAL EXTENT OF MOISTURE IS LIMITED AND
THUS CLOUDS WILL DISSIPATE AND SKIES WILL BE CLEAR ALL AREAS
TONIGHT.  WITH LOWER DEW POINTS OVER THE AREA...GENERALLY LOOKING
FOR ANOTHER NIGHT OF LOW TEMPERATURES GENERALLY IN THE 50S.

PLENTY OF SUNSHINE CONTINUES FOR THURSDAY AS HIGH PRESSURE MOVES TO
THE EAST AND SOUTH TO SOUTHWEST WINDS DEVELOP.  WARM AIR ADVECTION
AND SUNSHINE WILL LEAD TO HIGH TEMPERATURES 2 TO 4 DEGREES WARMER
THAN TODAY.  IT APPEARS THAT CLOUDS AND PRECIPITATION ARE TIED
CLOSELY TO THE UPSTREAM FRONT OVER THE EASTERN GREAT LAKES AND CAN
SEE SOME CIRRUS MOVING IN DURING THE AFTERNOON...BUT NOT ENOUGH TO
LIMIT SUNSHINE.

COLD FRONT WILL ONLY MOVE SLOWLY ACROSS THE AREA LATE THURSDAY NIGHT
AND FRIDAY WITH COLD FRONT BECOMING PARALLEL TO THE UPPER FLOW...
THUS THE FRONT SHOULD BARELY CLEAR THE AREA AND THEN STALL NEAR THE
COAST.  WITH THE SLOW MOVEMENT...LIKE THE IDEA OF THE BEST
OPPORTUNITY FOR LIKELY SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS OCCURRING AFTER
MIDNIGHT THURSDAY NIGHT AND DURING THE MORNING HOURS ON FRIDAY.
HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL BE JUST BELOW SEASONAL NORMALS ON FRIDAY DUE
TO THE CLOUDS AND PRECIPITATION.

MID AND HIGH LEVEL CLOUDS FROM THE SOUTHWEST FLOW ALOFT SHOULD BE
ABLE TO LIMIT FULL SUNSHINE ON SATURDAY AND THESE CLOUDS SHOULD
CONTRIBUTE TO TEMPERATURES ABOUT 3-5 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL FOR THIS
TIME OF YEAR.  AT THIS TIME...FEEL BEST CHANCES FOR PRECIPITATION
WILL BE JUST EAST OF THE AREA.

LONG TERM /SATURDAY NIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY/...
ENSEMBLES ALL IN GNRL AGREEMENT WITH OVERALL PATTERN DRG THIS PERIOD
OF A HEALTHY RIDGE AND POS ANOMOLIES ACRS WRN CONUS AND TROFINESS
AND NEG ANOMOLIES ACRS ERN CONUS ERLY IN THE PERIOD. LOOKING AT
ENSEMBLES...A GRDL BRKDOWN OF WRN CONUS RDG AND LESS TROFINESS AND
APPRCHG ZONAL FLOW ACRS E WITH TIME TOWARD LATER FCST PDS.

THEREFORE...CD FNT THAT MVS THRU FRI CONTS S AND JUST OFFSHORE OF
SNE ON SAT. HWVR...UPSTREAM ENERGY DROPPING INTO MEAN TROF AXIS
ACRS ERN MS RVR VLY COMBINED WITH BUILDING BERMUDA RDG WL HELP STALL
PROGRESS OF FNT WITH THE AFOREMENTIONED ENERGY HELPING TO INITIATE
ONE OR SVRL WAVES THAT WL TRACK NE ALG STALLED FNT THRU MID-ATLANTIC
AND SNE SAT NGT-SUN NGT. THE LATEST GUIDANCE APPEARS SLGTLY S OF YDY
RUNS BUT GIVEN TRACK RECORD THIS LATE SPRING/SUMMER...WL HEDGE TOWARD
A MORE NRN AND PESSIMISTIC SCENARIO THAT WL BRG A THREAT OF
-SHRA/-RA TO SRN FA LATE SAT NGT/SUN.

TROF AXIS SHIFTS LIFTS ENE ACRS/THRU FA MON WHICH HELPS PUSH FNT/SFC
WAVES E OF FA BUT DVLPG ZONAL FLOW WL ALLOW QUICK MVMNT OF ADDTNL
NRN STREAM SYSTEMS. THUS...ANTHR NRN STREAM S/W AND SFC LOW WL MV E
ACRS NRN ONTARIO/QUEBEC WITH TRAILING CD FNT DROPPING ACRS FA LATE
MON NGT/TUE WITH CHC -SHRA/-TSRA BUT AIRMASS NOT AS WRM/UNSTABLE AS
WE'VE RECENTLY HAVE SEEN. THEREAFTER...THIS WL ALLOW FOR SFC HIGH
TO MV ACRS FA ON WED.

AVIATION...
QUIET AVIATION WEATHER EXPECTED OVER THE NEXT 24 HOURS WITH
EXCEPTION OF FOG AT KSLK/KMPV. HIGH PRESSURE OVER THE REGION TODAY
PROVIDING NOTHING MORE THAN SOME SCATTERED MOUNTAIN CU. EXPECT THESE
CLOUDS TO DISSIPATE AFTER SUNSET LEAVING CLEAR SKIES OVERNIGHT. AS
WAS LAST NIGHT...EXPECT FOG FORMATION AT KMPV/KSLK AFTER 06Z LASTING
TIL ABOUT 12Z. THEREAFTER SKIES REMAIN QUIET WITH MORE MOUNTAIN CU
AND SOME HIGH CIRRUS CLOUDS STREAMING IN AHEAD OF NEXT WEATHER
SYSTEM WHICH LOOKS TO AFFECT THE AREA LATE THURSDAY NIGHT INTO
FRIDAY.

&&

.BTV WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
VT...NONE.
NY...NONE.
&&

$$

SHORT TERM...WGH









FXUS61 KBTV 191836
AFDBTV

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
236 PM EDT WED JUL 19 2006

.SHORT TERM /TONIGHT THROUGH SATURDAY/...
VERY SHALLOW CUMULUS HAD FORMED OVER THE HIGHER TERRAIN LATE THIS
MORNING AND SHOULD PERSIST UNTIL AROUND SUNSET.  OBSERVED AND
FORECAST SOUNDINGS SHOW VERTICAL EXTENT OF MOISTURE IS LIMITED AND
THUS CLOUDS WILL DISSIPATE AND SKIES WILL BE CLEAR ALL AREAS
TONIGHT.  WITH LOWER DEW POINTS OVER THE AREA...GENERALLY LOOKING
FOR ANOTHER NIGHT OF LOW TEMPERATURES GENERALLY IN THE 50S.

PLENTY OF SUNSHINE CONTINUES FOR THURSDAY AS HIGH PRESSURE MOVES TO
THE EAST AND SOUTH TO SOUTHWEST WINDS DEVELOP.  WARM AIR ADVECTION
AND SUNSHINE WILL LEAD TO HIGH TEMPERATURES 2 TO 4 DEGREES WARMER
THAN TODAY.  IT APPEARS THAT CLOUDS AND PRECIPITATION ARE TIED
CLOSELY TO THE UPSTREAM FRONT OVER THE EASTERN GREAT LAKES AND CAN
SEE SOME CIRRUS MOVING IN DURING THE AFTERNOON...BUT NOT ENOUGH TO
LIMIT SUNSHINE.

COLD FRONT WILL ONLY MOVE SLOWLY ACROSS THE AREA LATE THURSDAY NIGHT
AND FRIDAY WITH COLD FRONT BECOMING PARALLEL TO THE UPPER FLOW...
THUS THE FRONT SHOULD BARELY CLEAR THE AREA AND THEN STALL NEAR THE
COAST.  WITH THE SLOW MOVEMENT...LIKE THE IDEA OF THE BEST
OPPORTUNITY FOR LIKELY SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS OCCURRING AFTER
MIDNIGHT THURSDAY NIGHT AND DURING THE MORNING HOURS ON FRIDAY.
HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL BE JUST BELOW SEASONAL NORMALS ON FRIDAY DUE
TO THE CLOUDS AND PRECIPITATION.

MID AND HIGH LEVEL CLOUDS FROM THE SOUTHWEST FLOW ALOFT SHOULD BE
ABLE TO LIMIT FULL SUNSHINE ON SATURDAY AND THESE CLOUDS SHOULD
CONTRIBUTE TO TEMPERATURES ABOUT 3-5 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL FOR THIS
TIME OF YEAR.  AT THIS TIME...FEEL BEST CHANCES FOR PRECIPITATION
WILL BE JUST EAST OF THE AREA.

&&

.LONG TERM /SATURDAY NIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY/...
ENSEMBLES ALL IN GNRL AGREEMENT WITH OVERALL PATTERN DRG THIS PERIOD
OF A HEALTHY RIDGE AND POS ANOMOLIES ACRS WRN CONUS AND TROFINESS
AND NEG ANOMOLIES ACRS ERN CONUS ERLY IN THE PERIOD. LOOKING AT
ENSEMBLES...A GRDL BRKDOWN OF WRN CONUS RDG AND LESS TROFINESS AND
APPRCHG ZONAL FLOW ACRS E WITH TIME TOWARD LATER FCST PDS.

THEREFORE...CD FNT THAT MVS THRU FRI CONTS S AND JUST OFFSHORE OF
SNE ON SAT. HWVR...UPSTREAM ENERGY DROPPING INTO MEAN TROF AXIS
ACRS ERN MS RVR VLY COMBINED WITH BUILDING BERMUDA RDG WL HELP STALL
PROGRESS OF FNT WITH THE AFOREMENTIONED ENERGY HELPING TO INITIATE
ONE OR SVRL WAVES THAT WL TRACK NE ALG STALLED FNT THRU MID-ATLANTIC
AND SNE SAT NGT-SUN NGT. THE LATEST GUIDANCE APPEARS SLGTLY S OF YDY
RUNS BUT GIVEN TRACK RECORD THIS LATE SPRING/SUMMER...WL HEDGE TOWARD
A MORE NRN AND PESSIMISTIC SCENARIO THAT WL BRG A THREAT OF
-SHRA/-RA TO SRN FA LATE SAT NGT/SUN.

TROF AXIS SHIFTS LIFTS ENE ACRS/THRU FA MON WHICH HELPS PUSH FNT/SFC
WAVES E OF FA BUT DVLPG ZONAL FLOW WL ALLOW QUICK MVMNT OF ADDTNL
NRN STREAM SYSTEMS. THUS...ANTHR NRN STREAM S/W AND SFC LOW WL MV E
ACRS NRN ONTARIO/QUEBEC WITH TRAILING CD FNT DROPPING ACRS FA LATE
MON NGT/TUE WITH CHC -SHRA/-TSRA BUT AIRMASS NOT AS WRM/UNSTABLE AS
WE'VE RECENTLY HAVE SEEN. THEREAFTER...THIS WL ALLOW FOR SFC HIGH
TO MV ACRS FA ON WED.

&&

.AVIATION...
QUIET AVIATION WEATHER EXPECTED OVER THE NEXT 24 HOURS WITH
EXCEPTION OF FOG AT KSLK/KMPV. HIGH PRESSURE OVER THE REGION TODAY
PROVIDING NOTHING MORE THAN SOME SCATTERED MOUNTAIN CU. EXPECT THESE
CLOUDS TO DISSIPATE AFTER SUNSET LEAVING CLEAR SKIES OVERNIGHT. AS
WAS LAST NIGHT...EXPECT FOG FORMATION AT KMPV/KSLK AFTER 06Z LASTING
TIL ABOUT 12Z. THEREAFTER SKIES REMAIN QUIET WITH MORE MOUNTAIN CU
AND SOME HIGH CIRRUS CLOUDS STREAMING IN AHEAD OF NEXT WEATHER
SYSTEM WHICH LOOKS TO AFFECT THE AREA LATE THURSDAY NIGHT INTO
FRIDAY.

&&

.BTV WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
VT...NONE.
NY...NONE.
&&

$$

SHORT TERM...EVENSON
LONG TERM...SLW
AVIATION...LAHIFF




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