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(EXTRACTED FROM FXUS62 KMFL 251809)


    Widespread showers have enveloped South Florida today, so TEMPO
    groups in place through the evening. There may be a brief lull
    tonight before more widespread showers move in after 8-12z
    Saturday (handled with SHRA). Isolated thunderstorms are possible,
    but aside from after daybreak Saturday in Miami-Dade terminals,
    probability of lightning is too low to warrant mention in the
    TAFs. On and off CIG restrictions are expected through this
    evening associated with the heavier showers, but more widespread
    sub-VFR CIGS are likely late tonight and through the day Sunday as
    the atmosphere continues to near toward complete saturation. ESE
    wind around 10 KT through sunset, then 5-10 KT overnight,
    increasing to 15 KT or so by Saturday afternoon.