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    Issued at 642 AM CDT WED OCT 20 2021
    A cold front is moving in from the west and bringing along an area of
    MVFR CIGs. Ceilings are expected to dip to around 2500-3000ft;
    however, some observations to the west suggest they may dip lower
    before diurnal heating mixes clouds out through the morning. AMDs
    may be necessary if lowered CIGs look to make it to the
    terminals; however, IFR conditions are not anticipated. CIGs are
    expected to return to VFR late morning.
    Some scattered showers this morning continue to move east. The
    biggest concern is blustery winds which remain sustained around
    10-15kts with gusts around 20-25kts anticipated especially during
    the afternoon. As the front moves through winds are expected to
    shift from southerly to northwesterly. Breezy conditions remain
    through the period.