Aviation Forecasts Discussions (AFD) INFO

(EXTRACTED FROM FXUS63 KEAX 210921)


    Issued at 1057 PM CST SAT JAN 20 2018
    
    The clouds cleared out for much of the area this evening,
    resulting in clear skies and areas of lower visibilities near the
    MO/KS border. MVFR ceilings have started to fill back into the
    area though and will continue to do so until the entire area is
    under a low stratus deck. Additionally, low stratus will push in
    from the south. Ceilings should eventually drop to IFR with areas
    north of the MO river dropping to LIFR. Drizzle and lower
    visibilities are possible across northern MO around dawn along the
    warm front. The possibility of drizzle will last for most of the
    day until the main system enters the area tomorrow evening.
    Ceilings should lift to MVFR tomorrow afternoon, eventually
    lifting to VFR by the end of the period. This is for the entire
    area except for far northern MO where the IFR and possibly LIFR
    ceilings should remain. Tomorrow evening, scattered thunderstorms
    are possible. They should move out shortly after midnight.