(EXTRACTED FROM FXUS63 KMPX 251145)
(For the 12Z TAFS through 12Z Monday morning)
Issued at 541 AM CST Sun Feb 25 2018
The low pressure system continue to lift northeast through Lake
Superior this morning. The main cloud shield with ceilings around
800 to 1200 feet will continue to plague eastern MN and western WI
early this morning. The stratus will lift northward, from east to
west leading to clearing skies. However, a secondary area of MVFR
cigs is quickly approaching the region from the northwest.
Guidance suggests it will break up and eventually fall apart
through the day. Winds today will generally be W or WSW of around
KMSP...No additional concerns.
/OUTLOOK FOR KMSP/
Mon...VFR. Wind SW at 10-15kt.
Tue...VFR. Wind N at 5 kts.
Wed...MVFR with SN possible late. Wind E at 5 kts.
17:29 UTC |
09:29 AM Pacific |
10:29 AM Mountain |
11:29 AM Central |
12:29 PM Eastern