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FXUS63 KLMK 221908

308 PM EDT Mon Sep 22 2014

.SHORT TERM (Now through Tuesday Night)...
Issued at 300 PM EDT Mon Sep 22 2014

In the wake of a 500mb trough that has moved southeast of the
Tennessee Valley, strong high pressure of Canadian origin will
settle southeast and is forecast to lie right over Cincinnati
Tuesday morning. Subsidence and a very dry airmass over the Ohio
Valley will bring clear, practically cloud-free skies through at
least Wednesday morning.

Early Tuesday will be chilly, the coolest morning so far this fall
season. Near ideal radiational cooling conditions will be in place
with clear skies, very light winds and low dewpoints. Some of our
very coldest locations may reach the upper 30s. But, overall, lows
will range from the lower to upper 40s.

Ridging centered over Ohio Tuesday and Tuesday night will provide a
period of very light northeast winds. Nearly calm winds early
Tuesday will only become northeasterly at around 5 to 8 mph during
the afternoon. Tuesday`s highs will not warm dramatically, but will
reach the lower 70s.

Under clear skies, lows early Wednesday will fall into the upper 40s
to around 50.

.LONG TERM (Wednesday through Monday)...
Issued at 303 PM EDT Mon Sep 22 2014

Quiet autumn weather will be the rule for the long term as we enjoy
ridging at the surface and aloft. Rain chances will finally start to
re-enter the forecast by the tail end of the weekend into Monday as
the ridging breaks down and Gulf moisture attempts to flow northward.

High temperatures each day will be in the upper 70s to around 80.
Lows each morning will vary widely between rural and urban areas,
but will generally be centered around the 50s.


.AVIATION (18Z TAF Update)...
Issued at 110 PM EDT Mon Sep 22 2014

Clear skies and VFR conditions anticipated for this evening through
Tuesday. North winds around 10 mph this afternoon will diminish by
late evening and veer to the northeast, averaging 5 mph or less by
and after midnight. Northeast winds of 5 to 8 mph are expected




Short Term........JSD
Long Term.........13
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