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Sunrise 6:26AMSunset 7:54PM Monday August 20, 2018 10:02 AM CDT (15:02 UTC) Moonrise 3:02PMMoonset 12:21AM Illumination 67% Phase: Waxing Gibbous; Moon at 9 days in cycle
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7 Day Forecast for Marine Location Near Cuba, MO
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Area Discussion for - St. Louis, MO
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area forecast discussion... Updated aviation
national weather service saint louis mo
711 am cdt Mon aug 20 2018

Short term (through late tonight)
issued at 350 am cdt Mon aug 20 2018
the current acrhing band of showers and thunderstorms centered
across western il is occuring in association with low level
moisture convergence via a southwesterly LLJ along with a vort max
rotating thru eastern mo. Present indications are the band along
with some trailing more scattered type activity will continue to
move northeast as the vort MAX rotates northeast and the llj
veers, placing the bulk of the activity just east of the CWA by
12z. The lingering more scattered showers storms in the wake of
the main band should exit the CWA by mid-morning as well, although
scattered showers could continue in northeast mo and west central
il off and on this morning.

Like discussed yesterday, I think from mid morning until early
afternoon we will be in a lull with possibly some spotty showers.

Stratus will overspread central and northeast mo this morning,
however to the east of that across east central and southeast mo
into western il we should see some decent diurnal heating. This
should result in modest destabilization with SBCAPE values
possibly around 1500 j kg by early afternoon. Present thinking is
that large scale ascent associated with the migratory upper trof
along with lift along ahead of the advancing cold front will
result in the development of scattered thunderstorms by 19-20z.

The majority of the models are showing an axis of more pronounced
convergence from st. Louis to steelville and in this region the
coverage of storms should be a bit greater, evolving into a broken
line and moving east through the mid-late afternoon across
southeast mo and southwest il. Deep layer shear on the order of 35
kts would support both multicell and short-lived supercell modes,
with a predominant large hail and damaging wind threat. The
broken line of storms should be located across the far eastern cwa
at 00z, and exiting east by mid-evening with scattered coverage
of showers and storms further west. The threat of storms will end
with waning instability by mid-late evening and with the passage
of the cold front. Stratus will then overspread the area through
the remainder of tonight with some spotty showers in the post-
frontal post surface low cyclonic flow.

Glass

Long term (Tuesday through Sunday)
issued at 350 am cdt Mon aug 20 2018
cooler weather in general is expected on Tuesday and it still
appears there will be an extensive amount of cloud cover, especially
in the morning. Cyclonic flow will dominate in the wake of the
departing system along with high levels of 925-850 mb rh, suggesting
that stratus stratocu will be prominent. There could also be some
lingering spotty light showers across the eastern part of the
cwa.

Below normal temperatures still look on track for Wednesday and
Thursday as an impressive 1020+ mb surface high pressure system
dominates the sensible weather. The pattern aloft however will
begin a transition to more progressive late Thursday into Friday.

The combination of a migratory trof translating across the
mid-upper ms valley and the development of return flow and
southwesterly LLJ in the wake of the retreating anticyclone, will
result showers and thunderstorms late Thursday night through
Friday into Friday night. The return of above average temps summer
heat still looks on track for the weekend as heights build aloft
accompanying the development of an expansive upper high ridge
centered in the lower ms valley.

Glass

Aviation (for the 12z tafs through 12z Tuesday morning)
issued at 641 am cdt Mon aug 20 2018
MVFR flight conditions ceilings have overspread much of the area
this morning. There will be some improvement for east central and
southeast mo and southwest il by early this afternoon, which
includes the st. Louis region terminals. Elsewhere I think that
MVFR flight conditions will generally continue. Precipitation will
be at a minimum this morning, spotty showers perhaps, but by
early afternoon we will see scattered showers and thunderstorms
ahead of an advancing cold front and low pressure system. The st.

Louis terminals and points south and east will have the high
probability. The low pressure system and cold front will pass to
the east of the area during the evening with lowering MVFR
ceilings overspreading the entire region in its wake. Gusty
south-southwest surface winds are expected today, with winds
shifting to the west and northwest behind the front tonight.

Specifics for kstl:
MVFR flight conditions ceilings have overspread the area early this
morning. They should persist through the morning with improvement
toVFR by early this afternoon. Precipitation will be at a minimum
this morning, a spot shower perhaps, but by 19-20z we will see
scattered showers and thunderstorms ahead of an advancing cold
front impact the terminal. The low pressure system and cold front
will pass to the east of the area during the evening with lowering
MVFR ceilings spreading into the terminal overnight. Gusty south-
southwest surface winds are expected today, with winds shifting to
the west behind the front later tonight.

Glass

Lsx watches warnings advisories
Mo... None.

Il... None.

Wfo lsx


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Rolla / Vichy, Rolla National Airport, MO19 mi69 minSW 710.00 miOvercast69°F64°F84%1009.6 hPa

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