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Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Aberdeen SD
327 PM CDT Wed Oct 26 2016

.SHORT TERM...(This Evening through Friday Night)
Issued at 326 PM CDT WED OCT 26 2016

A weak wave passing through the Western Lakes region allowing for a
wind shift to southwesterly, and thus portions of the forecast area
has broken out of low clouds. Models continue to bring the breakout
into the James valley this evening, however as surface flow backs
around to the south/southeast the clearing line will stall and we
could see some redevelopment of stratus/fog overnight due to an
abundance of low level moisture from recent rainfall. The gradient
continues to increase Thursday with around 8mb across the state
resulting in a decent south breeze. 850/925 warm advection will
deliver much above normal temperatures to the CWA Thursday into
Friday with highs/lows upwards of 20 degrees above average. A
surface low/trof will pass through Friday morning, but with only
weak cold advection to follow. West/northwesterly flow through the
day Friday will result in favorable mixing conditions to counteract
any mid level cooling. Mixed winds will top out with gusts upwards
of 25mph.

.LONG TERM...(Saturday through Wednesday)
Issued at 326 PM CDT WED OCT 26 2016

Good agreement with the models early on in the long term with
divergence later on which would affect the forecast. A large surface
Canadian high pressure area over the region to begin the long term
will push east and southeast through Sunday. All of the models show
a short wave trough and mid level waa moving across the region on
Saturday. This will spread mid level clouds and light rain across
the region through Saturday. The issue will be the dry Canadian air
may overwhelm much of the light rain with not much making it to the
surface. Saturday will be cool with the clouds and Canadian air with
highs in the 40s and lower 50s. Warmer air will then return for
Sunday into Monday warming into the 50s and lower 60s on Sunday and
into the 60s on Monday. The issue then comes with the differences
all three models have tracking an upper level low pressure trough
and its associated surface low pressure area across our region from
the southwest for Sunday night and Monday. Depending on the track,
there will be some chances of light rain or it may remain dry. Have
in some weak chances at this time. Otherwise, a cool front will push
through with cooler Canadian high pressure pushing in for Tuesday
and moving east into Wednesday. The EC was much slower with the
movement of the high pressure area building it east. Highs should be
mostly in the 50s both days.


.AVIATION...(For the 18Z TAFS through 18Z Thursday Afternoon)
Issued at 1259 PM CDT WED OCT 26 2016

LIFR/IFR ceilings are expected to dissipate/move out of PIR,
MBG, and ABR into the afternoon as surface heating and drier air
mixes in but remain in through the night at ATY. With the light low
level winds and high rh, expect fog to reform again at both ABR and
ATY tonight, dissipating Thursday morning. Visibilities could fall
to below a mile at times. Mid and high level clouds moving over may
hold the fog off at PIR and MBG.




SHORT TERM...Connelly
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