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FXUS63 KEAX 141710

National Weather Service Kansas City/Pleasant Hill MO
1110 AM CST Fri Dec 14 2018

Issued at 336 AM CST FRI DEC 14 2018

Low stratus and patchy fog will hold across much of the area during
the early morning hours, with drier air gradually eroding/clearing
clouds from west to east. Skies should clear around midday for the
KC Metro, with all areas seeing some sun by mid afternoon.
Comparable temperatures to yesterday are expected this afternoon,
with readings in the middle 40s. Breezy northerly winds will relax
this evening and overnight as surface high pressure builds into the

Quiet and warm weather will be the theme beginning this weekend into
next week, with a low probability for any impactful weather as no
notable upper disturbances are projected to track across the region.
Temperatures during the weekend into next work week will be above
normal, with afternoon high temperatures warming into the upper 40s
to middle 50s for most areas.


.Aviation...(For the 18Z TAFS through 18Z Saturday Afternoon)
Issued at 1110 AM CST FRI DEC 14 2018

The clearing line is splitting the KC metro currently but is
expected to push through all TAF sites by 18Z. This will leave the
terminals with clear skies and light northerly winds.
Overnight, there is some potential for fog formation across
northern MO/northeastern KS. This would affect mainly the STJ
terminal. But for now will keep any fog mention out of the
forecast as it`s low confidence at this point.




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