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FXUS63 KSGF 012010

310 PM CDT Sat Aug 1 2015

.SHORT TERM...(This Evening through Sunday)
Issued at 236 PM CDT SAT AUG 1 2015

Convection currently underway across central Missouri and the
eastern Ozarks will continue to slowly move southeast with time
this afternoon and early evening. This activity has developed in
response to a weak mid level wave pushing across northern Missouri
interacting with the remains of a surface boundary. The airmass
further south and west is quite a bit drier, and it is unlikely
that activity will move any further southwest than a Warsaw to
Salem line. Locally heavy rain and frequent lightning, along with
wind gusts to 30 MPH, can be expected. Widespread severe weather
appears unlikely at this time.

Convection should dissipate with the loss of sunshine, with low
temperatures tonight dropping into the mid to upper 60s to around 70.

Another short wave will then descend into the Central Plains on Sunday.
A few isolated thunderstorms will be possible across central MO in
associated with a weak wave moving across the northern portion of
the state.

.LONG TERM...(Sunday Night through Saturday)
Issued at 236 PM CDT SAT AUG 1 2015

Seasonably warm weather to continue through the coming week with
upper ridge to retrogrades to an axis from the northern Rockies
into the southern plains. The atmosphere to be initially too dry
within this northwest flow pattern to generate more than isolated
storms on Monday as a weakening frontal boundary reaches the
region...though PW and rain chances will increase on Tuesday
through the end of the work week as split flow develops on the
periphery of the flattening upper ridge.


.AVIATION...(For the 18Z TAFS through 18Z Sunday Afternoon)
Issued at 1200 PM CDT SAT AUG 1 2015

VFR conditions are expected at all three terminals through the
next 24 hours. Winds will remain light and variable through the
night at all terminals, with southwesterly breezes developing by tomorrow
morning at JLN.




SHORT TERM...Boxell/Runnels
LONG TERM...Runnels
AVIATION...Boxell is the U.S. government's official web portal to all federal, state and local government web resources and services.