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FPUS51 KBTV 220730
ZFPBTV

ZONE FORECAST PRODUCT FOR VERMONT AND NORTHERN NEW YORK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
330 AM EDT SUN OCT 22 2006


VTZ003-004-006>008-010-016>018-222100-
ORLEANS-ESSEX-LAMOILLE-CALEDONIA-WASHINGTON-ORANGE-EASTERN FRANKLIN-
EASTERN CHITTENDEN-EASTERN ADDISON-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...NEWPORT...ISLAND POND...JOHNSON...STOWE...
ST. JOHNSBURY...MONTPELIER...BRADFORD...RANDOLPH...ENOSBURG FALLS...
RICHFORD...UNDERHILL...BRISTOL...RIPTON
330 AM EDT SUN OCT 22 2006

.TODAY...MOSTLY SUNNY THIS MORNING...THEN BECOMING MOSTLY CLOUDY 
WITH A CHANCE OF RAIN LATE. HIGHS IN THE MID 40S. WEST WINDS AROUND 
5 MPH...BECOMING SOUTHWEST THIS AFTERNOON. CHANCE OF RAIN 40 
PERCENT. 
.TONIGHT...RAIN. LOWS IN THE UPPER 30S. SOUTHEAST WINDS AROUND
5 MPH. CHANCE OF RAIN 90 PERCENT. 
.MONDAY...CLOUDY WITH RAIN LIKELY IN THE MORNING...THEN A CHANCE OF 
SHOWERS IN THE AFTERNOON. HIGHS IN THE MID 40S. SOUTH WINDS AROUND 5 
MPH. CHANCE OF RAIN 60 PERCENT. 
.MONDAY NIGHT...CLOUDY WITH RAIN OR SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY. LOWS IN THE 
MID 30S. WEST WINDS AROUND 5 MPH. CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION 60 
PERCENT. 
.TUESDAY...RAIN OR SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY. HIGHS IN THE LOWER 40S.
NORTHWEST WINDS 5 TO 10 MPH. CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION 60 PERCENT. 
.TUESDAY NIGHT...RAIN OR SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY IN THE EVENING...THEN 
SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY OVERNIGHT. LOWS 25 TO 30. CHANCE OF 
PRECIPITATION 60 PERCENT.
.WEDNESDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A 30 PERCENT CHANCE OF RAIN OR SNOW 
SHOWERS. HIGHS IN THE LOWER 40S. 
.WEDNESDAY NIGHT...PARTLY CLOUDY WITH A 30 PERCENT CHANCE OF SNOW
SHOWERS. LOWS IN THE UPPER 20S. 
.THURSDAY...PARTLY SUNNY. HIGHS IN THE LOWER 40S. 
.THURSDAY NIGHT...PARTLY CLOUDY. LOWS IN THE MID 20S. 
.FRIDAY...PARTLY SUNNY. HIGHS IN THE MID 40S. 
.FRIDAY NIGHT...PARTLY CLOUDY UNTIL MIDNIGHT...THEN BECOMING MOSTLY
CLOUDY. A 40 PERCENT CHANCE OF RAIN OR SNOW. LOWS IN THE LOWER 30S. 
.SATURDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A 40 PERCENT CHANCE OF RAIN SHOWERS.
HIGHS IN THE MID 40S. 

$$




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FXUS61 KBTV 220822
AFDBTV

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
422 AM EDT SUN OCT 22 2006

.SHORT TERM /TODAY THROUGH TUESDAY NIGHT/...
PRIMARY WX MAKERS OVER COURSE OF SHORT TERM WILL BE TWO SEPARATE
FEATURES. FIRST FEATURE WILL AFFECT REGION LATE TODAY INTO TONIGHT
AS SFC LOW PRESSURE TRACKS ENE FROM GREAT LAKES INTO THE SLV LATER
TODAY/TONIGHT WITH WIDEPSREAD...ALBEIT RELATIVELY LIGHT SYNOPTIC
SCALE RAFL. SECOND FEATURE WILL BE BROAD SCALE UPPER TROUGHING
DEVELOPING ACROSS REGION LATER MONDAY NIGHT INTO MID WEEK TIME
FRAME...WHICH WILL SUBSEQUENTLY ALLOW PCPN TO TRANSITION TO A MORE
MESOSCALE AND OROGRAPHIC PATTERN UNDER MEAN NW SFC TO MID LVL FLOW.

THIS MORNING/S SYNOPTIC/SFC MAPS SHOWING SHORTWAVE SFC RIDGE AXIS
CONTINUES TO SLIDE SLOWLY EASTWARD ACROSS AREA WITH PREDOMINATELY
CLR SKIES ACROSS THE REGION. WITH AMPLE RADIATIONAL COOLING...TEMPS
HAVE FALLEN INTO THE 20S TO AROUND 30...INCLUDING KBTV/S FIRST SUB
32F READING OF THE SEASON (SEE CLIMO BELOW). FURTHER WEST...SFC LOW
PRESSURE INVOF OF KORD CONTINUES TO PUSH ENE TOWARDS EASTERN LAKES
ALONG WITH WIDESPREAD LIGHT RAINS/SNOWS.

TODAY/S WEATHER WILL FEATURE AT LEAST SOME SUN THROUGH PORTIONS OF
THE MORNING HOURS AS AFOREMENTIONED RIDGE AXIS SHIFTS EASTWARD AND
AWAY FROM REGION. AS THE GREAT LAKES LOW APPROACHES SLV REGION
...COMBINATION OF AMPLE MID LVL WAA/FGEN...AND DECENT QG FORCING
SHOULD ALLOW WIDEPSREAD PCPN TO OVERSPREAD FA FROM EAST TO WEST
TOWARDS REGION BY AFTERNOON/EARLY EVENING HOURS (SEE AVIATION DISC
BELOW FOR MORE DISCRETE TIMING). HAVE OPTED TO STAY CLOSE TO
LATEST OPERATIONAL GFS/EURO RUNS HERE...WHICH HAVE SHOWN BEST RUN
TO RUN CONTINUITY WITH THIS SYSTEM OVER PAST SEVERAL NIGHTS. RAFL
SHOULD CONTINUE TONIGHT ACROSS MOST OF AREA...AND SLOWLY TAPER OFF
FROM SW TO NE DURING THE OVERNIGHT HOURS AS BEST JET/QG FORCING
SLOWLY WANE. BNDRY LYR TEMPS SOMEWHAT MARGINAL ACROSS NORTHERN AREAS
TONIGHT ...THOUGH LACK OF STRONG LIFT AND RELATIVELY ISOTHERMAL
NATURE OF LOWER LEVELS ABOVE FREEZING SHOULD PRECLUDE MUCH IN THE
WAY OF ANY MIXED P-TYPE ISSUES ACROSS HABITABLE LOCNS.

BY MONDAY PCPN REGIME BEGINS TO TRANSITION TO MORE SHOWERY CONDS AS
BROAD UPPER TROUGH SETTLES ACROSS NERN CONUS...WHILE OCCLUDED SLV
PARENT LOW TRANSFERS ENERGY TO OFFSHORE CYCLOGENESIS WELL EAST OF
THE BENCHMARK. TEMPS TO REMAIN COOL UNDER GENERALLY CLOUDY SKIES AND
LIGHT WINDS.

BY MONDAY NIGHT INTO TUESDAY AND ONWARD...UPPER TROUGH SLIDES
FURTHER EAST...ALLOWING MEAN BNDRY LYR FLOW TO TURN NW AND PCPN TO
TAKE ON A MORE MESOSCALE/OROGRAPHIC NATURE. WILL MAINTAIN PRIOR
FCSTS IDEA OF WIDESPREAD -SHRA/-SHRASN ACTIVITY DURING THESE
PERIODS...MAINLY ACROSS NRN LOCALES...AND MOSTLY CLOUDY SOUTH. THIS
WILL BE A RATHER COMPLEX FCST PERIOD...WITH AT LEAST POTENTIAL FOR
SOME ACCUMULATING SNOWS ACROSS OROGRAPHICALLY FAVORED LOCALES...ESP
DURING OVERNIGHT PERIODS. PLENTY OF COLD AIR ALOFT AS MEAN 850 HPA
TEMPS DROP INTO THE -2 TO -5C RANGE. LIMITING FACTOR TO ACCUMS WILL
BE MARGINAL BNDRY LYR/SFC TEMPS...WITH LATEST 1000-850 HPA PARTIAL
THICKNESS VALUES OSCILLATING AROUND THE MAGICAL 1300 DAM LVL THROUGH
THE PERIOD.
&&

.LONG TERM /WEDNESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY/...
NO CHGS TO EXTENDED PORTIONS OF FCST ATTM. LATEST MEDIUM RANGE
OPERATIONAL RUNS OFFER CONTINUED CHC OF -SHRAS/-SHRASN ACROSS THE
NORTH...AND PTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY CONDS SOUTH THROUGH WED NT...THEN
A BRIEF WINDOW OF FAIR/DRY/COOL CONDS THU/THU NT BEFORE INCLEMENT
AND POTENTIALLY ACTIVE WX PERIOD RETURNS BY THU NT AND INTO UPCOMING
WEEKEND. LATEST GFS AND EURO BOTH OFFER BLOCKBUSTER CYCLOGENESIS
ACROSS NERN CONUS DURING THESE LATER PERIODS...BUT TIMING/POSN
DIFFERENCES QUITE EVIDENT. GFS OFFERS A COLDER/WETTER/AND
POTENTIALLY SNOWIER FCST WITH AN IDEAL STORM TRACK ACROSS CAPE COD
INTO THE GULF OF MAINE...WHEREAS THE VERY CREDIBLE EURO RUN OFFERS
A CLIMATOLOGICALLY FAVORED WRN TRACK ACROSS THE SLV...WHICH IF
VERIFIES WOULD BE A WINDIER/MILDER SOLN. STAY TUNED.
&&

.AVIATION /12Z SUNDAY THROUGH 06Z MONDAY/...

CLR SKIES AND LGT WINDS ACROSS THE NORTH COUNTRY EARLY THIS MORNING
WITH LOCALIZED FZFG...INCLUDING AT KSLK. SFC RIDGE AXIS EXTENDING
N-S THROUGH THE FA WILL GIVE WAY TO UPSTREAM FRONTAL SYSTEM/SFC LOW
LOCATED OVER LOWER MICHIGAN AS OF 7Z. THE LCL FZFG SHOULD DISSIPATE
AROUND SUNRISE. THEREAFTER...HIGH-MID CLOUDS OVERSPREAD THE REGION
FROM WEST TO EAST WITH ONSET OF -RA EXPECTED 18-19Z AT KMSS/KSLK AND
21-22Z AT KBTV/KMPV. GFS SOUNDINGS SUGGEST CEILINGS WILL REMAIN
ABOVE 3000 FT THROUGH 00Z...WITH CEILINGS MOVING INTO THE MVFR RANGE
THEREAFTER. VSBY REDUCTION SHOULD LIKEWISE BE SLOW TO OCCUR DURING
THE AFTN...WITH POTENTIAL FOR 3-5SM BEGINNING THIS EVENING. WINDS
AT THE TAF SITES WILL REMAIN GENERALLY 10KTS OR LESS THROUGH THE
PERIOD.
&&

.CLIMATE...
KBTV OBSERVED IT/S FIRST SUB 32F READING OF THE SEASON JUST BEFORE
LOCAL MIDNIGHT ON THE 21ST. THIS TIES THE LATEST OBSERVANCE OF A SUB
32F READING IN THE PAST 30 YRS...IRONICALLY SET LAST YEAR (SEE
LATEST PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT FOR MORE DETAILS).
&&

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

$$

SHORT TERM...JMG
LONG TERM...JMG
AVIATION...BANACOS
CLIMATE...JMG/BANACOS









FXUS61 KBTV 220217
AFDBTV

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
1017 PM EDT SAT OCT 21 2006

.SHORT TERM /OVERNIGHT/...
SATELLITE LOOP SHOWING SKIES HAVE BECOME MOSTLY CLEAR ACROSS THE REGION
AS A WEAK RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS INTO THE REGION. SATELLITE LOOP
STILL SHOWING SOME LOW CLOUDS ACROSS NORTHEAST VERMONT AND ALONG
THE VERMONT-QUEBEC BORDER AT THIS TIME...BUT EXPECT THESE CLOUDS
TO DISSIPATE OVERNIGHT. WINDS HAVE BECOME NEARLY CALM...SO WILL GO
WITH LIGHT AND VARIABLE WINDS OVERNIGHT. WILL UPDATE THE ZONE FORECASTS
TO ACCOUNT FOR THIS. WILL ALSO GO WITH MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES IN THE SAINT
LAWRENCE VALLEY IN NORTHERN NEW YORK OVERNIGHT...BUT WILL MENTION SKIES
BECOMING PARTLY CLOUDY AROUND DAYBREAK THERE. OTHERWISE...NO
CHANGES TO THE REMAINDER OF THE FORECAST.
&&

.PREV DISCUSSION...
 /ISSUED 410 PM EDT SAT OCT 21 2006/

SHORT TERM /TONIGHT THROUGH TUESDAY/...
WEATHER WILL REMAIN COOL AND UNSETTLED THIS PERIOD.  AN ORGANIZED
SLOW-MOVING RAINFALL EVENT IS EXPECTED LATE SUNDAY INTO AT LEAST
EARLY MONDAY AS A S/WV AND LOW PRESSURE MOVES FROM THE SOUTHERN
LAKES INTO THE ST LAWRENCE VLY AND A JET JUST TO OUR SOUTH TRANSFERS
THE ENERGY TO A DEVELOPING SFC LOW ALONG THE NEW ENGLAND COAST.

MERCIFULLY...RAINFALL AMOUNTS SHOULD TOTAL A HALF INCH OR LESS WITH
MUCH LESS CONCENTRATED DYNAMICS THAN LAST SYSTEM AND ONLY
MODERATELY STRONG THERMAL GRADIENTS. SO...RUNOFF FROM SATURATED
GROUND AND INTO SWOLLEN RIVERS MAY NOT PRESENT TOO MANY PROBLEMS.

THE ENTIRE SYSTEM WILL BE SLOW TO CLEAR ON TUESDAY AS THE SUPPORTING
UPR AIR LOW DRIFTS EASTWARD ACROSS THE FCST AREA AND REDEVELOPS
INSTABILITY AND OROGRAPHIC UPSLOPE SHOWERS...INITIALLY FALLING AS
RAIN BUT GRADUALLY TRANSITIONING TO SNOW OF POSSIBLY SGNFT AMTS
HIGHER TERRAIN BY LATE TUESDAY.

TRIMMED DAYTIME GUIDANCE TEMPERATURES BY 3-5 DEGREES BASED ON
RECENT ERRORS IN GUIDANCE VERIFICATION...EXPECTATION OF MOSTLY
CLOUDY CONDITIONS...AND SGFNT MEAN UPR TROF OVER THE AREA FAVORING
TEMPERATURES SEVERAL DEGREES BELOW CLIMATOLOGY.

LONG TERM /TUESDAY NIGHT THROUGH SATURDAY/...
BEGINNING PORTION OF EXTENDED FORECAST WILL BE DOMINATED BY
NORTHERLY FLOW SET UP BY BLOCKED LOW OVER CANADIAN MARITIMES. RIDGE
OVER CENTRAL ATLANTIC STALLS THIS LOW...WHICH IS SYSTEM FROM
SUNDAY...AND SENDS MOISTURE CLDS SOUTH OVER THE ENTIRE CWA TUESDAY
NGT GRADUALLY LETTING UP BY THURSDAY. CD AIR OVER REGION WILL SET UP
PRECIP AS ALL -SW FOR CWA(THICKNESSES 531-537 DAM)...ESPECIALLY
NORTHERN PORTIONS. WILL HIGHLIGHT INCR CLDS FOR THIS AREA FOR THE
ENTIRE TIME. HIGH PRESSURE RIDGE IN CONTROL OF REGION LATE THURSDAY
NIGHT...THRU FRIDAY 18Z. REMNANTS OF SYSTEM EARLY IN WEEK LINGER IN
NE KINGDOM EARLY FRIDAY MORN...SO WILL KEEP SOME INCR CLDS OVER THE
AREA WITH SL CHANCE -SW TIL RIDGE MVS OVER ENTIRE AREA. NEXT SYSTEM
HAS SLOW APPROACH STARTING TREK THRU THE GREAT LKS REGION. BETWEEN
15Z-18Z FRIDAY...CWA UNDER SOUTHERLY FLOW...WARMING REGION UP. ONSET
OF PRECIP WILL BE RAIN IN ALL AREAS...WITH BULK OF PRECIP FRI
NGT/EARLY SATURDAY MORN. TIL TRACK CONTINUITY SHOWS...WILL ONLY GO
HIGH CHANCE FOR POPS THIS FAR OUT. CD AIR WRAPS AROUND SFC SYSTEM
DURING THE DAY SATURDAY...AND WILL SLOWLY CHANGE PRECIP FROM -RW TO
-SW FROM WEST TO EAST...SO WILL TRANSITION IN.

AVIATION...
FOR KBTV...VFR COND EXPECTED THRU ENTIRE FORECAST PERIOD. BKN
STRATOCU DECK WILL BECM FEW-SCT040 TOWARDS 22Z-00Z. NEXT SYSTEM
APPROACHES FOR SUNDAY WILL HAVE KBTV CEILING LWR GRADUAL TO NEAR
BKN060 BY 18Z. NO PRECIP EXPECTED DURING THIS TIME. WINDS NW
10-20KTS...DIMINISHING TO LGT/VAR BY 02Z-03Z...BECM LGT SW BY 14Z.

FOR KMPV...VFR COND EXPECTED THRU MUCH OF FORECAST PERIOD. BKN
STRATOCU DECK...BKN025 FOR TEMPO MVFR...WILL BECM FEW-SCT035 TOWARDS
22Z-00Z. NEXT SYSTEM APPROACHES FOR SUNDAY WILL HAVE KMPV CEILING
LWR GRADUAL SIMILAR TO KBTV BY 18Z. NO PRECIP EXPECTED DURING THIS
TIME. WINDS NW 10-20KTS...DIMINISHING TO LGT/VAR BY 02Z-03Z...BECM
LGT SE AFT 14Z.

FOR KMSS...VFR/MVFR COND EXPECTED THRU ENTIRE FORECAST PERIOD. BKN
STRATOCU DECK WILL BECM FEW-SCT030 TOWARDS 00Z-02Z. NEXT SYSTEM
APPROACHING FOR SUNDAY WILL HAVE KMSS CEILING LWR GRADUAL TO NEAR
BKN030 BY 14Z. LGT -RW EXPECTED AFT 13Z W/ VSBY 4-5SM AT TIMES.
WINDS WNW 10-20KTS...DIMINISHING TO LGT/VAR BY 01Z-02Z...BECM LGT SE
BY 10Z...THEN ENE 5-10KTS AFT 14Z.

FOR KSLK...MVFR COND EXPECTED THRU 02Z. BKN STRATOCU DECK WILL BECM
FEW-SCT030 AREAS SKC TOWARDS 02Z-12Z. SOME FG POSSIBLE TO LWR VSBY
TO IFR COND(2SM). NEXT SYSTEM FOR SUNDAY WILL HAVE KSLK CEILING LWR
GRADUAL TO FROM VFR TO MVFR(BKN025) BY 13-15Z. LGT -RW EXPECTED AFT
15Z W/ VSBY 6SM AT TIMES. WINDS W 10-15KTS...DIMINISHING TO LGT/VAR
BY 01Z-02Z...BECM LGT SE BY 12Z.

&&

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

$$

SHORT TERM...WGH









FXUS61 KBTV 212019
AFDBTV

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
410 PM EDT SAT OCT 21 2006

.SHORT TERM /TONIGHT THROUGH TUESDAY/...
WEATHER WILL REMAIN COOL AND UNSETTLED THIS PERIOD.  AN ORGANIZED
SLOW-MOVING RAINFALL EVENT IS EXPECTED LATE SUNDAY INTO AT LEAST
EARLY MONDAY AS A S/WV AND LOW PRESSURE MOVES FROM THE SOUTHERN
LAKES INTO THE ST LAWRENCE VLY AND A JET JUST TO OUR SOUTH TRANSFERS
THE ENERGY TO A DEVELOPING SFC LOW ALONG THE NEW ENGLAND COAST.

MERCIFULLY...RAINFALL AMOUNTS SHOULD TOTAL A HALF INCH OR LESS WITH
MUCH LESS CONCENTRATED DYNAMICS THAN LAST SYSTEM AND ONLY
MODERATELY STRONG THERMAL GRADIENTS. SO...RUNOFF FROM SATURATED
GROUND AND INTO SWOLLEN RIVERS MAY NOT PRESENT TOO MANY PROBLEMS.

THE ENTIRE SYSTEM WILL BE SLOW TO CLEAR ON TUESDAY AS THE SUPPORTING
UPR AIR LOW DRIFTS EASTWARD ACROSS THE FCST AREA AND REDEVELOPS
INSTABILITY AND OROGRAPHIC UPSLOPE SHOWERS...INITIALLY FALLING AS
RAIN BUT GRADUALLY TRANSITIONING TO SNOW OF POSSIBLY SGNFT AMTS
HIGHER TERRAIN BY LATE TUESDAY.

TRIMMED DAYTIME GUIDANCE TEMPERATURES BY 3-5 DEGREES BASED ON
RECENT ERRORS IN GUIDANCE VERIFICATION...EXPECTATION OF MOSTLY
CLOUDY CONDITIONS...AND SGFNT MEAN UPR TROF OVER THE AREA FAVORING
TEMPERATURES SEVERAL DEGREES BELOW CLIMATOLOGY.

&&

.LONG TERM /TUESDAY NIGHT THROUGH SATURDAY/...
BEGINNING PORTION OF EXTENDED FORECAST WILL BE DOMINATED BY
NORTHERLY FLOW SET UP BY BLOCKED LOW OVER CANADIAN MARITIMES. RIDGE
OVER CENTRAL ATLANTIC STALLS THIS LOW...WHICH IS SYSTEM FROM
SUNDAY...AND SENDS MOISTURE CLDS SOUTH OVER THE ENTIRE CWA TUESDAY
NGT GRADUALLY LETTING UP BY THURSDAY. CD AIR OVER REGION WILL SET UP
PRECIP AS ALL -SW FOR CWA(THICKNESSES 531-537 DAM)...ESPECIALLY
NORTHERN PORTIONS. WILL HIGHLIGHT INCR CLDS FOR THIS AREA FOR THE
ENTIRE TIME. HIGH PRESSURE RIDGE IN CONTROL OF REGION LATE THURSDAY
NIGHT...THRU FRIDAY 18Z. REMNANTS OF SYSTEM EARLY IN WEEK LINGER IN
NE KINGDOM EARLY FRIDAY MORN...SO WILL KEEP SOME INCR CLDS OVER THE
AREA WITH SL CHANCE -SW TIL RIDGE MVS OVER ENTIRE AREA. NEXT SYSTEM
HAS SLOW APPROACH STARTING TREK THRU THE GREAT LKS REGION. BETWEEN
15Z-18Z FRIDAY...CWA UNDER SOUTHERLY FLOW...WARMING REGION UP. ONSET
OF PRECIP WILL BE RAIN IN ALL AREAS...WITH BULK OF PRECIP FRI
NGT/EARLY SATURDAY MORN. TIL TRACK CONTINUITY SHOWS...WILL ONLY GO
HIGH CHANCE FOR POPS THIS FAR OUT. CD AIR WRAPS AROUND SFC SYSTEM
DURING THE DAY SATURDAY...AND WILL SLOWLY CHANGE PRECIP FROM -RW TO
-SW FROM WEST TO EAST...SO WILL TRANSITION IN.

&&

.AVIATION...
FOR KBTV...VFR COND EXPECTED THRU ENTIRE FORECAST PERIOD. BKN
STRATOCU DECK WILL BECM FEW-SCT040 TOWARDS 22Z-00Z. NEXT SYSTEM
APPROACHES FOR SUNDAY WILL HAVE KBTV CEILING LWR GRADUAL TO NEAR
BKN060 BY 18Z. NO PRECIP EXPECTED DURING THIS TIME. WINDS NW
10-20KTS...DIMINISHING TO LGT/VAR BY 02Z-03Z...BECM LGT SW BY 14Z.

FOR KMPV...VFR COND EXPECTED THRU MUCH OF FORECAST PERIOD. BKN
STRATOCU DECK...BKN025 FOR TEMPO MVFR...WILL BECM FEW-SCT035 TOWARDS
22Z-00Z. NEXT SYSTEM APPROACHES FOR SUNDAY WILL HAVE KMPV CEILING
LWR GRADUAL SIMILAR TO KBTV BY 18Z. NO PRECIP EXPECTED DURING THIS
TIME. WINDS NW 10-20KTS...DIMINISHING TO LGT/VAR BY 02Z-03Z...BECM
LGT SE AFT 14Z.

FOR KMSS...VFR/MVFR COND EXPECTED THRU ENTIRE FORECAST PERIOD. BKN
STRATOCU DECK WILL BECM FEW-SCT030 TOWARDS 00Z-02Z. NEXT SYSTEM
APPROACHING FOR SUNDAY WILL HAVE KMSS CEILING LWR GRADUAL TO NEAR
BKN030 BY 14Z. LGT -RW EXPECTED AFT 13Z W/ VSBY 4-5SM AT TIMES.
WINDS WNW 10-20KTS...DIMINISHING TO LGT/VAR BY 01Z-02Z...BECM LGT SE
BY 10Z...THEN ENE 5-10KTS AFT 14Z.

FOR KSLK...MVFR COND EXPECTED THRU 02Z. BKN STRATOCU DECK WILL BECM
FEW-SCT030 AREAS SKC TOWARDS 02Z-12Z. SOME FG POSSIBLE TO LWR VSBY
TO IFR COND(2SM). NEXT SYSTEM FOR SUNDAY WILL HAVE KSLK CEILING LWR
GRADUAL TO FROM VFR TO MVFR(BKN025) BY 13-15Z. LGT -RW EXPECTED AFT
15Z W/ VSBY 6SM AT TIMES. WINDS W 10-15KTS...DIMINISHING TO LGT/VAR
BY 01Z-02Z...BECM LGT SE BY 12Z.

&&

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

$$

SHORT TERM...REB
LONG TERM...JN
AVIATION...JN








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