(EXTRACTED FROM FXUS62 KCAE 160214)
High confidence in VFR conditions at all terminals throughout
the 24-hr TAF period.
High pressure will continue to build into the area from the west
overnight as 500mb shortwave energy crossing the Appalachians
moves to the coast. Satellite imagery shows a blanket of high
clouds continuing to stream over the area from the southwest
which will remain over the terminals through around midnight or
so. These clouds should shift to the south later tonight as mid
and upper level flow becomes more northwesterly. No fog
expected tonight due to dry air mass. Westerly winds around 5 to
10 knots will continue through around 03z-05z before subsiding
to less than 5 knots. Winds will pick up again by 16z from the
southwest around 5 to 8 knots.
EXTENDED AVIATION OUTLOOK...Unsettled conditions possible early
next week with lower ceilings and restricted visibilities
possible in rain at times Monday through Wednesday.
03:30 UTC |
07:30 PM Pacific |
08:30 PM Mountain |
09:30 PM Central |
10:30 PM Eastern