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|Sunrise 7:47AM||Sunset 5:36PM||Tuesday January 16, 2018 2:22 PM EST (19:22 UTC)||Moonrise 7:25AM||Moonset 5:28PM||Illumination 0%|
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national weather service wilmington oh
1247 pm est Tue jan 16 2018
An upper level low will slowly track across the lower great
lakes today into tomorrow. High pressure will build south of
the region mid to late week. Today will be the coldest day of
the week with temperatures slowly moderating each day heading
into the weekend.
Near term until 6 pm this evening
Upper level jet will continue to slowly shift east of the area
through this afternoon. Pesky snow associated with this is
still lingering across southeast portions of our area. 12z nam
is even a little slower pulling it out so will push back end
timing a bit across our southeast. Pcpn should continue to
become lighter though so think any additional accumulation
should be a half inch or less and will continue with advisory as
is. CAA will continue to overspread the area through this
afternoon. This will keep highs today mainly in the 10 to 15
Short term 6 pm this evening through 6 pm Wednesday
Upper low will move east across the lower great lakes with the
trailing positively tilted trough translating across the
forecast area through the period. Stratocumulus will persist
tonight into Wednesday morning with some decrease expected later
in the day. Flurries will remain possible with these clouds.
Expect clouds to keep temperatures from bottoming out tonight,
although any substantial breaks in the clouds could allow a
quick drop. Still looks like readings should be able to get into
the lower 20s on Wednesday. Wind chill is forecast to fall below
zero tonight into Wednesday morning but should stay above the
-10f advisory threshold.
Long term Wednesday night through Monday
Dry conditions will be present Wednesday night through Friday
night. There will be a gradual warming trend during this time,
however some negative single digit wind chill values will still|
be possible Wednesday night into Thursday morning.
A few showers will be possible Saturday into Sunday with a warm
front. A majority of the precipitation will hold off until Sunday
night into Monday as moisture is brought up into the area in advance
of a frontal boundary. The colder air is slower to move into the
region and therefore held off on any snow until later in the day on
Monday. Winds will pick up through the day with wind gusts around
30 to 35 mph possible.
Aviation 18z Tuesday through Sunday
The back edge of the snow has been making a very slow eastward
progression and should remain east of the TAF sites. A narrow
axis of clearing has developed behind this, but MVFR CIGS are
already rotating back down toward the area from the northwest.
These clouds will overspread the TAF sites later this afternoon
into early evening with MVFR CIGS then persisting through the
remainder of the period. Some occasional flurries will also be
possible as these lower clouds move back in but do not expect
them to be significant enough to include in the tafs.
Outlook... MVFR ceilings possible Saturday and Sunday.
Iln watches warnings advisories
Oh... Winter weather advisory until 4 pm est this afternoon for
Ky... Winter weather advisory until 4 pm est this afternoon for
near term... Jgl
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