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Sunrise 7:06AMSunset 4:39PM Monday December 9, 2019 10:27 PM CST (04:27 UTC) Moonrise 3:14PMMoonset 4:18AM Illumination 97% Phase: Waxing Gibbous; Moon at 13 days in cycle
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7 Day Forecast for Marine Location Near Shipman, IL
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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 555 PM CST Mon Dec 9 2019

SHORT TERM. (Through Late Tuesday Night) Issued at 320 PM CST Mon Dec 9 2019

The cold front as of 2100 UTC is located near a KPOF>>KSAR>>KMTO line and continues to move southeastward. In its wake, expect a sharp temperature drop (~20 degrees within 3-4 hours) and gusty northwest winds. Sustained winds should be about 15-25 mph with gusts as high as 35 mph. These blustery winds combined with temperatures falling into the 20s and 30s will make it feel more like the teens and twenties by late this evening. In other words, it will feel much more like winter. Behind the front, upstream radar imagery depicts some scattered echoes aided by weak midlevel frontogenesis. However, surface observations show that nearly all of this echo is not reaching the ground due to a dry layer between 600 and 850 hPa. If this layer can saturate sufficiently, we may see a few very light rain showers or sprinkles. Also, patchy drizzle is being observed within the first few hours behind the frontal passage and this should continue heading toward the early evening. By late this evening, strong low-level dry advection should cutoff any threat for precipitation reaching the ground areawide.

A seasonably cold night is on tap and elected to cool overnight lows across the bi-state area several degrees from the previous forecast. This change was predominantly due to upstream observations in the teens and twenties already as close as central Iowa. Lows tonight should range from the mid teens to mid twenties from northwest to southeast, which now are more in line with the 1200 UTC MAV/MET MOS numbers.

Seasonably cold and dry conditions are forecast to continue through the remainder of the short-term forecast period. A secondary system is expected to develop along the cold front moving through the mid south which is expected to bring a round of rain changing to snow. However, this system should stay well to the south of the area with the only impact being a continued stream of thicker cirrus clouds, mainly across portions of southeast Missouri and southwest Illinois through Tuesday.

Any lingering cirrus should depart southern sections of the CWA by Tuesday evening, leaving a mostly clear sky for a majority of the night. Another cold night should be on tap due to light/variable winds associated with a surface high, low dewpoints, and the aforementioned mostly clear sky. Leaned toward the cooler MET MOST guidance for lows Tuesday night, especially across favored valleys in east-central and southeast Missouri.

Gosselin

LONG TERM. (Wednesday through Next Monday) Issued at 320 PM CST Mon Dec 9 2019

(Wednesday - Saturday Night)

Surface high pressure maintains control across the CWA through Wednesday night with seasonably cold temperatures continuing along with dry weather. Temperatures are still expected to moderate for the end of this work week as 850-hPa temperatures warm to near +5C. Highs Thursday and Friday are forecast to be in the 40s to near 50 degrees, with lows Wednesday and Thursday night in the 20s to low 30s.

Models agree that a midlevel shortwave trough and a weak cold front should move across the mid-Mississippi Valley Friday into early Saturday. This system may produce some light precipitation, mainly in the form of a cold rain as temperatures both at the surface and aloft appear too warm to support snow.

(Sunday - Next Monday)

This is a potential time period of interest as deterministic guidance suggests the next system to eject out of the Rocky Mountains will have enough cold air to produce snowfall north of the track of the surface low. Not surprisingly, ensemble members of the GEFS and the EPS are quite dispersive with respect to the track, timing, and strength of this system. However, there is a decent signal for at least some accumulating snowfall associated with this system. This is evidenced by a majority of the GEFS/EPS members showing snowfall within or near the CWA sometime between Sunday and next Monday. At this early juncture, the northern CWA would be favored based on the ensemble means of the GEFS/EPS. In addition, the location of the shortwave trough entering the CONUS (southern Oregon/northern California) along with weak midlevel ridging developing downstream suggest a track of the midlevel impulse toward the northern or northwestern CWA.

Given all of the uncertainty mentioned above, leaned with a blended approach, which resulted in chance PoPs for a rain/snow mix, with more snow wording the farther north you go and for Sunday night/Monday morning. Temperatures should cool behind the first system moving through on Saturday, so expect a return to slightly below normal values.

Gosselin

AVIATION. (For the 00z TAFs through 00z Tuesday Evening) Issued at 526 PM CST Mon Dec 9 2019

MVFR cigs are expected to clear KCOU by the time the TAF is valid, while at KUIN, these low cigs shud hold on just a bit longer. The remainder of the TAF period is expected to be VFR and dry. NW winds with gusts around 25 kts or so will slowly diminish overnight, decreasing to around 10 kts by Tues morning.

SPECIFICS FOR KSTL/KSUS/KCPS: Drizzle has come to an as well as IFR cigs. Expect cigs to continue to move SE and clear terminals early this evening with the remainder of the TAF period being VFR and dry. NW winds with gusts around 25 kts will slowly diminish overnight with NW winds remaining around 10 kts thru the day Tues.

Tilly

LSX WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES. MO . None. IL . None.

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Litchfield Municipal Airport, IL17 mi33 minWNW 13 G 2410.00 miMostly Cloudy28°F21°F80%1015.9 hPa
St. Louis Regional Airport, IL19 mi38 minWNW 18 G 2210.00 miOvercast and Breezy28°F23°F80%1016.3 hPa

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