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(EXTRACTED FROM FXUS61 KLWX 210823)


    A weak cold front will stall to the south and west today. VFR
    conditions are expected for most of the time, but there may be
    brief MVFR vsbys with patchy fog early this morning. The
    boundary will remain stalled to the south and west tonight, but
    isentropic lift will increase and this may result in low clouds
    toward morning. Patchy fog is also possible toward Tuesday
    morning as well.
    
    A warm front will move into the area Tuesday before a weak cold
    front passes through Wednesday. Popup showers and thunderstorms
    are likely Tuesday afternoon and evening, but coverage will
    diminish overnight. Drier air should allow for any convection to
    be isolated or widely scattered Wednesday and confined mainly
    toward the south near KCHO. Even there, much of the day may be
    dry.
    
    High pressure will return for Thursday and Friday with VFR
    conditions most likely.