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(EXTRACTED FROM FXUS62 KGSP 300606)


    
    At KCLT and elsewhere: Cold front crossing the Piedmont attm;
    it has already passed KAVL. Along and ahead of the front some low
    VFR cigs may briefly occur, quickly scattering behind it. Winds
    should become gusty behind the front, if not already, and a slight
    veering of winds to WNW should occur. Gusts will top 20 kt over
    most of the Piedmont, with KAVL likely topping 30 kt. Winds may
    subside for a time near daybreak but diurnal mixing should bring
    them back for most of the day under continuing CAA. Low VFR cigs
    likely will linger at KAVL thru midday today until upstream moisture
    is depleted, and early this morning occasional MVFR cigs can't
    be ruled out. Otherwise, VFR at all sites thru the period. Still
    breezy tonight but with insignificant gusts, and winds should veer
    N to NNE by the end of the period.
    
    Outlook: General VFR conds will prevail through the next few days
    although diurnal restrictive cigs/vsbys are possible across the
    mountains and foothills each morning.
    
    Confidence Table...
    
    06-12Z        12-18Z        18-24Z        00-06Z
    KCLT       High 100%     High 100%     High 100%     High 100%
    KGSP       High 100%     High 100%     High 100%     High 100%
    KAVL       High  91%     High  90%     High  99%     High  96%
    KHKY       High 100%     High 100%     High 100%     High 100%
    KGMU       High 100%     High 100%     High 100%     High 100%
    KAND       High 100%     High 100%     High 100%     High 100%
    
    The percentage reflects the number of guidance members agreeing
    with the scheduled TAF issuance flight rule category. Complete hourly
    experimental aviation forecast consistency tables are available at
    the following link:
    
    www.weather.gov/gsp/aviation