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    /06z TAFs/
    
    Spotty -RA or -DZ BR will persist this evening across the TAF
    sites while the steadiest precipitation shifts off to the north
    and west. MVFR cigs around FL010-012 will prevail, but periodic
    dips to IFR appear likely at least for the next few hours in the
    Metroplex, and probably through daybreak at Waco. Surface winds
    have refused to respond much to the increased pressure gradient,
    and have toned down the sustained speeds and gusts in the latest
    set of TAFs. Still anticipating gusts to more homogeneously pick
    up overnight to around 30-35 kts, however. As the core of the
    upper-low pivots south and east of the region on Friday morning,
    rain chances will pick up once again in the Metroplex before
    drier air begins to build into the region through the afternoon
    hours. It looks like all TAF sites will remain squarely socked in
    with low-MVFR cigs through the afternoon and early evening, but
    VFR conditions should return to the Metroplex 15/05z, and a few
    hours later at Waco.
    
    Evening model guidance continues to indicate that temperatures
    will remain too warm for any -RASN potential in the Metroplex and
    Waco.
    
    Carlaw