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Sunrise 7:20AMSunset 4:57PM Wednesday January 19, 2022 1:40 AM CST (07:40 UTC) Moonrise 6:40PMMoonset 8:49AM Illumination 97% Phase: Waning Gibbous; Moon at 16 days in cycle
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Area Discussion for - Quad Cities, IA/IL
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL 1048 PM CST Tue Jan 18 2022

. 06z AVIATION UPDATE .

SYNOPSIS. Issued at 249 PM CST Tue Jan 18 2022

Sunny conditions were found across the area this afternoon with temperatures reaching well into the 30s and even the 40s across some areas. This has led to some melting of snow as well. Winds were in the upper teens to low 20s this afternoon as well. To the northwest, a cold front and pattern change is expected to affect the area.

SHORT TERM. (This Evening through Wednesday) ISSUED AT 249 PM CST Tue Jan 18 2022

Key messages:

1. Cold front moves through area this evening.

Discussion:

Cold front is just west of Minneapolis this afternoon. Largescale NW flow is expected to usher in this cold front and cooler air. The front is expected to move through the area from 9pm tonight through about 3am on Wednesday. Winds behind the front as still forecast to gust to near 30 mph. With the warmer temps today, there is an ice crust that has formed that should limit overall blowing and drifting post frontal. The best chance for this to occur would be the far nw CWA where temps did not get as warm today. Otherwise, the forecast is a sensible weather one with temperatures dropping through the day. The temperatures at midnight tonight will likely be the calendar high. Wind chills will drop below zero shortly after the fropa with some areas seeing wind chills as low as 15 below zero. Those going out tomorrow will need to bundle up.

LONG TERM. (Wednesday Night through Tuesday) ISSUED AT 249 PM CST Tue Jan 18 2022

Key points:

1) Wind chills -15 to -25 Wednesday night into Thursday morning, only single digit and low teens for highs Thursday

2) Frigid start Friday morning with temps in the negative single digits and teens, with calm or light winds

3) Several non-impactful clippers to quickly pass near or through the area this weekend into early next week

Wednesday night into Thursday, a strong Arctic high pressure will drop southeast into the upper Midwest with the center over NW IA. Winds area expected to stay up overnight at 5 to 15 MPH as temps drop into the negative single digits to around zero. Wind chill values are forecast to drop into the minus 15 to minus 25 degree range; especially in the northwest third or so of the CWA. A Wind Chill Advisory will likely be needed Wednesday night through Thursday morning. It will be a bitterly cold day, with highs only in the single digits and low teens and wind chills in the zero to negative 15 range.

Thursday night into Friday, the high will be over the local area with clear skies and nearly calm winds. Temperatures are expected to plummet into the single digits and teens below zero with the coldest values of minus 10 to minus 17 or so west of Dubuque, DeWitt, and Keosauqua. At this time, it appears that it will just be a very cold start to the day. If there is any wind, chills may drop below minus 20 at times.

Friday night through Tuesday, a series of clippers pass across the upper Midwest. With each passing clipper, there is a low chance for snow. Through collaboration and the forecast blend, have slights for the north and northeast early Saturday into Saturday evening. Opted to add some low slight pops into Sunday morning for most of the CWA except the south with lingering chances east in the afternoon as the Euro, Canadian, and GFS all sweep a clipper across the region albeit in slightly different tracks. The blend had come in dry for this time frame. It does seem to be enough though to warrant a low pop mention. Monday, the Euro and GFS show a more robust clipper track north of the area, and as such the slight to low chance pops are in the north and northeast.

AVIATION. (For the 06Z TAFS through 06Z Wednesday Night) ISSUED AT 1047 PM CST Tue Jan 18 2022

Gusty northwest winds around 30-35 knots and MVFR ceilings associated with a strong Arctic front will persist at most sites for the next 1-2 hours. Clouds will break with conditions becoming VFR and winds will settle through early Wednesday morning, but will remain gusty around 25 knots through the remainder of the period.

Some guidance progs low-end MVFR ceiling development during the mid-morning hours as a result of steep low-level lapse rates interacting with moisture in cyclonic flow around the departing surface low. However, the moisture is rather shallow so confidence of this stratus development is low. Have mentioned potential with SCT at this time.

CLIMATE. ISSUED AT 200 PM CST Tue Jan 18 2022

Week 2 .

CPC again has the area highlighted for likely below average temperatures for Jan the - 28th. While we may see some moderation this weekend, expect another week of temperatures below average towards the end of the week next week.

DVN WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES. IA . NONE. IL . NONE. MO . NONE.

SYNOPSIS . Gibbs SHORT TERM . Gibbs LONG TERM . 14 AVIATION . Speck CLIMATE . Gibbs


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