Monday, March 22, 2010

Monday morning forecast discussion

DISCUSSION...

TEMPERATURES REMAIN COOL ACROSS THE AREA UNDER NORTHWEST FLOW BEHIND
THE PASSING SURFACE LOW. LIGHT PRECIPITATION CONTINUES TO FALL OVER
THE EASTERN OZARKS THAT WILL END THIS MORNING. HIGH PRESSURE WILL
MOVE IN FROM THE WEST REPLACING THE PASSING SURFACE LOW. UNDER THIS
HIGH PRESSURE...TEMPERATURES WILL RISE INTO THE MID TO UPPER 40S
TODAY. THESE WARMING TEMPERATURES WILL CAUSE SIGNIFICANT MELTING OF
THE EXISTING SNOWPACK...ADDING MOISTURE TO THE BOUNDARY LAYER. AS A
RESULT...FOG WILL BE POSSIBLE OVERNIGHT TONIGHT. TEMPERATURES WILL
WARM EVEN MORE FOR WEDNESDAY WITH HIGHS IN THE 60S. THIS WILL
PRODUCE DRAMATIC MELTING AND INCREASE THE LIKELY HOOD OF FLOODING
FROM RUNOFF. ANOTHER SHORTWAVE TROUGH WILL APPROACH THE AREA ON
WEDNESDAY EVENING...BRINGING AN ADDITIONAL CHANCE FOR RAIN SHOWERS.

KARDELL

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AVIATION...

VFR CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE THROUGH THIS EVENING. MID LEVEL
CLOUDS WILL CLEAR OUT OF KBBG EARLY THIS MORNING...OTHERWISE CLEAR
SKIES ARE EXPECTED. MAY SEE SOME LIGHT FOG DEVELOP LATE
TONIGHT...BUT THE AMOUNT OF VISIBILITY RESTRICTION REMAINS
UNCLEAR. WENT WITH MVFR VISIBILITIES FOR STARTERS.

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