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(EXTRACTED FROM FXUS63 KEAX 280941)


    
    Issued at 1143 PM CDT FRI MAR 27 2020
    
    LIFR ceilings and IFR/LIFR visibilities will continue to spread
    across the area tonight and stick around through mid to late
    morning. As for storms, it is tough to pinpoint exactly where
    storms will develop tonight. Storm chances will increase here
    shortly as the warm front slowly moves north. Another increased
    chance for storms then comes around sunrise as another LLJ max
    moves into the area. Then the surface low and warm front will
    start lifting north in the late morning, improving conditions as
    it does so. By 18Z, much of the area should be VFR. The surface
    low will strengthen as it moves northeast through the area,
    making it for a windy afternoon and evening. Southwesterly winds
    should be sustained between 20-25 kts with gusts between 30-40
    kts. After sunset, winds will start shifting to the west as the
    low pressure moves further to the northeast. MVFR ceilings will
    move in as well as this system exits the region.