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FXUS63 KEAX 301057

557 AM CDT Sat May 30 2015

Issued at 333 AM CDT SAT MAY 30 2015

A cold front will continue sliding southeast through the forecast
area today, veering winds to the northwest and gradually ushering in
cooler temperatures and drier conditions. Although most showers have
dissipated along and near the surface front, a few sprinkles are
possible as the upper trough moves over this afternoon/evening, and
widespread cloud cover will likely continue through most of the day.
As a result, temperatures this afternoon are not expected to recover
much following frontal passage, and will top out in the mid 60s CWA-
wide. All precipitation, whether measurable or not, will exit the
region today, and no additional rainfall is expected for several

Temperatures will remain below normal for Sunday and Monday as the
upper trough slowly pushes east and surface high pressure drifts
across the central and eastern Plains. By Tuesday, a warming trend
will begin as an upper-level ridge builds and shifts east across the
central CONUS, and by Wednesday, highs will be firmly in the 80s
throughout the CWA -- possibly reaching the upper 80s by the end of
the work week. Thunderstorms will become possible by Wednesday, but
chances will be rather low with the upper jet focusing across the
far northern Plains.


.AVIATION...(For the 12Z TAFS through 12Z Sunday Morning)
Issued at 557 AM CDT SAT MAY 30 2015

Stratus and drizzle will continue to stream into the region over the
next several hours; however, currently IFR ceilings may lift into the
MVFR category sometime between 15z-18z at all TAF sites. Ceilings
will likely lower again tonight into the IFR category, and additional
drizzle or light sprinkles are possible. Winds will be out of the
northwest, occasionally gusting to greater than 20 kts this
afternoon, then should diminish and veer to the northeast during the
evening and overnight hours tonight.




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