(EXTRACTED FROM FXUS66 KPQR 022119)
IFR/LIFR conditions along most of the coast with VFR
under clear skies inland. These conditions are expected to
continue through the remainder of the daytime hours.
HREF and model guidance continue to show the southerly winds
along the coast acquiring a slight westerly component this evening.
This will result in a marine stratus push into the southern and
central Willamette Valley starting around 06Z Monday. There is a
30%-50% chance for cigs below 1000 ft working into both the
southern and central Willamette Valley with a slightly higher
likelihood for areas near KEUG. There is a low chance, around 10%,
that the marine push could result in cigs around 1000 ft
impacting KPDX and other TAF sites in the northern Willamette
Valley. Any lowered flight conditions for inland areas will likely
scour out by 18Z Monday.
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KPDX AND APPROACHES...VFR flight conditions under clear skies.
Around a 10% chance that the marine push tonight could result in
cigs around 1000 ft and impact KPDX starting around 15Z Monday.
Any lowered flight conditions will likely scour out by 18Z Monday.
23:19 UTC |
04:19 PM Pacific |
05:19 PM Mountain |
06:19 PM Central |
07:19 PM Eastern