Area Forecast Discussion
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FXUS64 KHUN 290359

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Huntsville AL
1059 PM CDT SAT MAY 28 2016

For 06Z TAFs.


 (Issued 901 PM CDT SAT MAY 28 2016)
02z water vapor imagery shows a stream of moisture continuing south
to north from the Gulf along the east side of an upper trough. A
narrow band of drier air to the east separates the stream of moisture
from the upper level clouds with TS Bonnie as it sits off the GA/SC
coast. As the upper system moves has been encountering drier
air and the clouds over the local area have been thinning out and
dissipating. Expect this clearing to slowly continue and it should be
mostly clear/sunny by the late morning/early afternoon. Not expecting
at this time for any of the clouds/moisture from Bonnie to impact the
region. Did not make any major changes to the overnight lows as the
clouds should hold on long enough to keep the temps from bottoming

With the drying mentioned above...not expecting any additional
showers or thunderstorms overnight.



For 06Z TAFs: Weak upper wave will keep sct AC clouds across the taf
sites overnight. By Sunday enough low level moisture and day time
heating will produce a sct cu field by 16z thru 00z. There could be
an isolated shra or tsra by Sunday aftn, but since the chc is very
low will not include in tafs attm. Otherwise vfr condition are
expected thru the fcst period.



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