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|Sunrise 6:40AM||Sunset 8:50PM||Tuesday August 4, 2020 1:57 AM EDT (05:57 UTC)||Moonrise 8:52PM||Moonset 6:24AM||Illumination 100%|
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FXUS61 KILN 040528 AFDILN
AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION National Weather Service Wilmington OH 128 AM EDT Tue Aug 4 2020
SYNOPSIS. A cold front will cross the region late tonight into Tuesday morning. High pressure will start to build in Tuesday night and then predominate through much of the rest of the week.
NEAR TERM /UNTIL 6 AM THIS MORNING/. Widespread showers and thunderstorms from earlier this afternoon have diminished in coverage and intensity this evening. Showers and storms are likely to continue becoming more isolated early overnight as the atmosphere stabilizes. However, high rainfall rates in excess of 1 inch per hour are possible in the strongest storms and a Flash Flood Warning or two may be needed early this evening near the Ohio River.
As precipitation diminishes further later into the evening, winds are expected to become light and variable and skies may partially clear. Given the abundant low-level moisture in place from recent rainfall, widespread fog may start developing after midnight as a cold front slowly approaches from the northwest. However, fog formation may be hampered by three main factors: 1) cloud cover associated with leftover daytime convective debris, 2) increasing low-level clouds associated with the approaching cold front, and 3) developing dry northwesterly flow. The most likely scenario tonight is for widespread fog developing around the I-71 corridor and southeastward where skies are most likely to clear. Low-level clouds associated with the cold front may inhibit clearing northwest of Dayton as radiative processes are disrupted. However, if clouds from the daytime convection never clear, fog may be less of an issue overnight.
Around daybreak, the low-level clouds will be progressing southwestward toward I-71 along with developing northwesterly winds and the cold front. A combination of drier air working in and increasing cloud cover will likely start to erode any fog that has developed in these areas later in the morning before sunrise. Expect lows in the low to middle 60s.
SHORT TERM /6 AM THIS MORNING THROUGH 6 PM WEDNESDAY/. A cold front will cross the forecast area during the morning. Some showers may occur along and behind the boundary. Better chance will be in eastern counties during the afternoon. Temperatures will still be able to rise into the mid 70s to lower 80s. High pressure will start to build in Tuesday night. Drier and cooler conditions will filter in with lows dropping into the 50s.
LONG TERM /WEDNESDAY NIGHT THROUGH MONDAY/. Cool and dry conditions will start out the long term on Wednesday with high temperatures in the 70s to around 80 degrees. With CAA expect an extensive cu field to develop across the region during the daytime hours. With drier air moving in expect cu field to dissipate quickly during the evening hours. With mostly clear skies expect temperatures to drop down into the 50s to around 60 degrees Wednesday night.
There will be a gradual warming trend Thursday into the weekend. Dry conditions are expected to be present through Saturday. There starts to be some uncertainly Sunday into Monday on the arrival of the next system to the region. Gradually increase precipitation chances from Sunday into the Monday timeframe. Due to uncertainty with coverage and timing, limited precipitation chances to the chance category for now and went close to the model blend for precipitation chances as well. Temperatures on Monday will potentially be a little cooler than over the weekend with additional cloud cover and precipitation chances across the region.
AVIATION /06Z TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY/. The SHRA/TSRA has cleared the local area and so too are the clouds, which is setting the stage for widespread BR/FG development through daybreak. Expect that IFR /or lower/ VSBYs will be possible at times through sunrise just about anywhere, but particularly for areas which received appreciable rainfall on Monday. With lingering low level moisture amidst mainly clear skies, could also see some IFR/LIFR CIGs develop at times in the form of a low stratus deck in the several hour period around sunrise. The low CIGs/VSBYs will improve fairly rapidly by/past 13z but will likely see some MVFR CIGs linger through late morning/early afternoon for the local terminals.
Once the morning BR/FG/stratus lifts/scatters, will see MVFR CIGs go VFR by mid-afternoon with the development of isolated SHRA as a front pushes southeast through the region. The activity will be /much/ more isolated in nature than was the case on Monday, so have only maintained a VCSH at the terminals through late afternoon. Will see the best chance for an isolated SHRA shift southeast through late afternoon, leading to drying/clearing conditions by early evening from the NW/W. Skies will slowly clear from the west toward the end of the period.
Light/variable winds early this morning will go more out of the northwest at about 8-10kts this afternoon before subsiding a bit late in the period.
OUTLOOK . No hazardous weather expected.
ILN WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES. OH . None. KY . None. IN . None.
SYNOPSIS . NEAR TERM . Campbell SHORT TERM . LONG TERM . Novak AVIATION . KC
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