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FXUS63 KEAX 072008

National Weather Service Kansas City/Pleasant Hill MO
308 PM CDT WED OCT 7 2015

Issued at 244 PM CDT WED OCT 7 2015

Quiet weather will continue to prevail through midday tomorrow with
perhaps some additional LL stratus overnight. Have precluded mention
of fog for tonight as cloud cover should keep widespread formation at
bay, but isn`t entirely off the table come the pre-dawn hours in
prone locations should the right conditions come together. As
Thursday evening approaches, so will a cold front from the north,
sliding across the region tomorrow night. Ahead and along the front,
showers with perhaps some embedded thunderstorms are anticipated to
develop with just slight chance PoPs in the forecast for northern MO
in the afternoon. As a shortwave trough gives the surface front a bit
of a boost tomorrow night, PoP chances increase, particularly in the
southern two-thirds of the forecast area. Instability will be lacking
with this fropa so have remained conservative on the thunder mention.
Once the front clears the area and the lingering showers goes with
it, look for clearing conditions from north to south early Friday.
From this weekend onward, look for quiet weather conditions to return
to the area.

Temperatures tomorrow will warm a few more degrees than today,
reaching near and into the lower 80s area wide. Behind the front,
look for much cooler temps, dropping back off into the mid to upper
60s on Friday and dipping down into the mid 40s Friday night.
Southerly flow will quickly return with 70s entering back in on
Saturday and another warm-up on Sunday, with highs well above normal
for this time of year. For next week, temps should moderate, settling
into the 70s for daytime highs.


.AVIATION...(For the 18Z TAFS through 18Z Thursday Afternoon)
Issued at 1145 AM CDT WED OCT 7 2015

VFR conditions will continue through the forecast period with mostly
clear to scattered clouds passing through Wednesday afternoon.
Building cloud cover a head of a cold front will approach the region
overnight. Precipitation chances should hold off until Thursday
afternoon, however.


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