(EXTRACTED FROM FXUS63 KLOT 221151)
For the 12Z TAFs...
Elevated warm front is lifting north across the region this
morning resulting in rain south and west of the terminals. Some
returns on radar are high based and not reaching the surface.
Guidance is in good agreement showing precip to our south eroding
through midday and missing the terminals. Meanwhile, high pressure
to out north will result in northeast winds this morning veering
to the east this afternoon then southeast this evening as the high
shifts east and low pressure develops to our west. The low will
lift across Minnesota this evening and tonight and rain will
overspread the area in response as its warm front lifts across the
region. In advance of the low, expect ceilings to lower to MVFR
this afternoon and IFR late this evening/overnight. Conditions
should improve some with precip becoming more spotty south of the
warm front mid morning Friday, then expect precip to end
altogether once the cold front passes midday with winds turning
westerly in its wake.
14:43 UTC |
06:43 AM Pacific |
07:43 AM Mountain |
08:43 AM Central |
09:43 AM Eastern