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(EXTRACTED FROM FXUS61 KLWX 151951)


    
    Some patchy areas of ground fog may redevelop tonight as winds
    remain light, paired with low-level moisture associated with
    the snowpack. CHO appears to have the best opportunity, so have
    introduced some minor visibility restrictions there, but
    doesn't appear to fall below VFR at this time.
    
    A dry cold front will cross the area on Wednesday, with VFR
    conditions continuing into Wednesday night. Some low-mid level
    clouds are expected tomorrow afternoon as a thin layer of
    moisture gets trapped below the subsidence inversion. This could
    lead to some MVFR cigs at times tomorrow afternoon.
    
    A low pressure system will bring some light precipitation
    Thursday afternoon into Thursday night. Some of this could be
    wintry in nature, especially northwest of I-95. MVFR to IFR
    conditions will be possible during this time.
    
    VFR conditions are forecast at the terminals on Friday as a weak
    ridge of high pressure traverses the region. Sub-VFR conditions
    appear possible Saturday Night into early Sunday Morning as a storm
    system tracks off to our northwest. Gusty northwesterly winds will
    be possible Sunday afternoon and night in the wake of the departing
    system.