(EXTRACTED FROM FXUS61 KILN 200256)
Conditions will remain VFR through the early part of the TAF
period. A band of rain will slowly spread north. With very dry
air at the surface, it will take some time for lower clouds
based to develop let along precipitation reaching the surface.
Eventually, lower levels will moisten which will result in MVFR
ceilings below 2000 ft at most locations. Temperatures may get
to or just below freezing at KDAY, so a period of FZRA is
forecast there for a few hours around 12Z.
Precipitation will decrease in coverage during the day, although
it is not out of the question to see some spotty showers or
drizzle. MVFR ceilings will persist. Precipitation will start to
blossom again late in the period with this likely being snow.
Northeast winds 10 to 20 kt will back slightly during the day.
OUTLOOK...MVFR/IFR ceilings and visibilities will continue
Tuesday night into Wednesday. MVFR ceilings and visibilities
possible again on Saturday.
03:44 UTC |
08:44 PM Pacific |
09:44 PM Mountain |
10:44 PM Central |
11:44 PM Eastern