(EXTRACTED FROM FXUS61 KLWX 201401)
VFR should prevail through today at all terminals. A backdoor
cold front may then drop south across the region tonight, with
an increasing risk of MVFR or IFR cigs later tonight into
Sunday. Not certain on this, however, as the atmosphere is
currently quite dry, so a lot of moistening has to take place
for these low clouds to form. If they do form, they may linger
through Monday, before an approaching cold front also causes
reduced visibility via rain showers Monday night.
IFR seems likely Tuesday morning with showers ahead of a front.
Low-level wind shear and perhaps gusty surface winds would be a
concern well given 50+ kt low-level jet forecasted by most
VFR should return for the second half of Tuesday. Winds will
shift from S to NW after frontal passage. VFR Wednesday.
17:11 UTC |
09:11 AM Pacific |
10:11 AM Mountain |
11:11 AM Central |
12:11 PM Eastern