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    Issued at 527 AM CST MON DEC 9 2019
    Moisture pooling ahead of a strong cold front has led to fog
    developing across much of eastern Kansas and western Missouri.
    Visibility and cigs may bounce between VFR to LIFR through 14-15Z.
    The arrival of the front will help to scour out the fog as winds
    of 20 to 25 kt...gusting 30 to 35 kts...and a much drier airmass
    move in behind the front. Strong winds will continue through
    00-02Z before the pressure gradient relaxes as surface high
    pressure settles across the plains. Low chances for precipitation
    at the terminals has kept mention out of TAFs attm, and KSTJ would
    be the most likely to see any light precipitation.