(EXTRACTED FROM FXUS61 KILN 021939)
Low level northeast flow has led to scattered to broken clouds
around 3500 feet. These clouds will continue to scatter out as
get into the latter half of the afternoon.
Broad area of surface high pressure to build south into the
Great Lakes overnight into Monday. North-northeast winds around
15 kts with gusts to 25 kts will diminish to 5 to 10 kts after
sunset. The winds may subside enough late tonight to allow for
fog development at the KLUK valley location. Have prevailing
MVFR vsby restriction with tempo IFR conditions. Any valley fog
that develops will improve quickly Monday morning. Expect VFR
conditions through the remainder of the TAF forecast period.
OUTLOOK...No significant weather expected.
22:34 UTC |
03:34 PM Pacific |
04:34 PM Mountain |
05:34 PM Central |
06:34 PM Eastern