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FXUS63 KABR 241627 AAB
AFDABR

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ABERDEEN SD
1027 AM CST MON NOV 24 2014

.UPDATE...REST OF TODAY

CLOUDS AND VERY LIGHT SNOW/FLURRIES ARE SLOWLY ERODING FROM WEST
TO EAST ACROSS THE EASTERN CWA THIS MORNING AS LOW PRESSURE
CONTINUES MOVING AWAY FROM THE REGION. MADE A FEW ADJUSTMENTS TO
WX/POPS TO ACCOUNT FOR THIS. OTHERWISE...WINDS ARE STILL BUMPING
UP AGAINST WIND ADVISORY CRITERIA ACROSS THE EAST...MAINLY WITH
SUSTAINED SPEEDS RIGHT AROUND 30 MPH AT TIMES. WILL THEREFORE
LEAVE THE ADVISORY IN PLACE UNTIL THE ORIGINAL EXPIRATION TIME OF
18Z. CURRENT FORECAST HIGHS FOR TODAY APPEAR ON TRACK AND NO
CHANGES NEEDED THERE.

&&

.PREVIOUS DISCUSSION...

.SHORT TERM...TODAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY

PRECIPITATION HAS CHANGED OVER TO SNOW IN THE
COTEAU/MINNESOTA...SO DROPPED FREEZING RAIN ADV. WITH ONLY LOW END
SCATTERED COVERAGE...DOUBT ANYTHING MORE THEN A DUSTING
ACCUMULATION. WITH COLD ADVECTION TODAY...WINDS WILL CONTINUE
RIGHT AROUND ADV LEVEL IN THE FAR EAST...AND TEMPERATURES WILL
STRUGGLE TO WARM MUCH.

WILL SEE A BRIEF PERIOD OF WARM AIR ADVECTION TONIGHT. PROFILES
GO FROM VERY DRY AROUND 800-850MB TO SATURATED BELOW 5KFT...WHICH
IS A LOW CONFIDENCE RED FLAG. TEMPS AT THE TOP OF THIS LAYER ARE
COLD ENOUGH TO GET SOME LIGHT SNOW...BUT THAT IS ONLY PROGGED TO
LAST AN HOUR OR TWO BEFORE ICE IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE. WILL LIKELY
JUST SEE A COMBINATION OF FOG/STRATUS IF ANYTHING DEVELOPS AT
ALL...BUT IF WE SEE FOG...THERE MAY BE SOME DEPOSITION/ICY ROADS
TO WATCH FOR.

MODELS CONTINUE TO BRING IN A CLIPPER SYSTEM TUESDAY WITH DECENT
TRACK AND TIMING CONSISTENCY. SREF PROBABILITIES FOR AN INCH ARE
BETWEEN 60 AND 80 PERCENT AT THIS POINT. WILL HAVE TO FURTHER
EVALUATE WINDS WITH AROUND AN 8-10MB PRESSURE GRADIENT ACROSS THE
STATE AND A 10MB/6HRS PRESSURE BUBBLE EARLY WEDNESDAY.

.LONG TERM...WEDNESDAY NIGHT THROUGH SUNDAY

MAY BE SOME LIGHT SNOW ONGOING ACROSS THE WESTERN CWA WHEN THE
EXTENDED PERIOD BEGINS...BUT SHOULD QUICKLY COME TO AN END AS HIGH
PRESSURE DROPS OVER THE AREA FROM THE NORTH. THIS HIGH WILL GET
PUSHED EAST ON THURSDAY AS A TROUGH DIGS DOWN THE LEE OF THE
ROCKIES. CURRENT MODELS ARE IN SOMEWHAT DECENT AGREEMENT THAT
PRECIPITATION WITH THIS SYSTEM WILL REMAIN NORTH OF THE CWA...BUT
THE ECMWF AND GEM HINT AT THE NORTHEAST CWA GETTING CLIPPED
THURSDAY NIGHT...SO WILL KEEP A SMALL POP IN DURING THAT TIME. THE
REMAINDER OF THE PERIOD LOOKS DRY AT THIS TIME AS HIGH PRESSURE
DROPS IN BEHIND THE EXITING LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM OVER THE WEEKEND.

TEMPERATURES WILL GENERALLY BE BELOW NORMAL...WITH HIGHS IN THE
TEENS AND 20S. THE EXCEPTION WILL BE FRIDAY WHEN SOME WAA
DEVELOPS AND HIGHS WILL BE MAINLY IN THE 30S.

&&

.AVIATION...

12Z TAFS FOR THE KABR...KATY...KPIR AND KMBG TERMINALS

MVFR CIGS WILL SLOWLY PUSH EASTWARD OVER THE CENTRAL AND EASTERN
PART OF THE CWA THROUGH THE MORNING HOURS. SOME LIGHT SNOW IS
POSSIBLE AS WELL...WITH VSBYS FALLING INTO THE MVFR CATEGORY AT
TIMES. NORTHWEST WINDS OF 20 TO 35 MPH WILL PERSIST ACROSS THE
EAST THROUGH MIDDAY. BY THIS AFTERNOON...VFR CONDITIONS WILL
RETURN AND WILL THEN PREVAIL THROUGH THE REMAINDER OF THE TAF
PERIOD.

&&

.ABR WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...

SD...WIND ADVISORY UNTIL NOON CST TODAY FOR CLARK-CODINGTON-DAY-DEUEL-
     GRANT-HAMLIN-MARSHALL-ROBERTS.

MN...WIND ADVISORY UNTIL NOON CST TODAY FOR BIG STONE-TRAVERSE.

&&

$$
UPDATE...TMT
SHORT TERM...CONNELLY
LONG TERM...PARKIN
AVIATION...PARKIN

WEATHER.GOV/ABERDEEN




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