Aviation Forecasts Discussions (AFD) INFO


    /12Z TAFs/
    The proximity of an arctic ridge axis is keeping winds light early
    this morning, but as it finally shifts east today, southerly
    winds will become better organized. Despite negligible upglide, a
    plume of 850mb moisture has proliferated on the back side of the
    departing high. As this translates to the east, Waco is the most
    likely TAF site to be impacted by VFR ceilings. Will carry only a
    scattered deck within the Metroplex, but VFR ceilings will be
    possible later today.
    Developing lee troughing will steadily increase surface wind
    speeds on Friday. A westerly component to the low-level flow will
    keep the primary moisture surge into East Texas, but MVFR stratus
    may approach Waco Friday morning.