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(EXTRACTED FROM FXUS61 KCLE 232344)


    
    VFR conditions will prevail through the period, as high pressure
    move east out of the region overnight and a weak cold front
    moves east through the terminals during the 2nd half of the
    period. Increasing mid level clouds and ceilings will be common
    through the period. A stray shower may impact KERI and possibly
    KCLE during the second half of the period, but probability is
    too low for TAF mention at this point. A strong 50-60 kt low
    level jet will result in a period of LLWS at many of the
    terminals overnight, especially KTOL and KFDY. Some better
    mixing may preclude stronger LLWS with surface gusts to 25 kts
    possible at KMFD and KCLE, but still enough of a concern to
    warrant TAF mention. Southwest winds through the first half of
    the period will veer westerly late behind the front.