Forecast Discussions mentioning any of "HRRR" "RAP" "RUC13" "RUC" "RR" received at GSD on 12/24/19

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service La Crosse WI
930 PM CST Mon Dec 23 2019 .SHORT TERM...(This evening through Tuesday) Issued at 155 PM CST Mon Dec 23 2019 At 1 PM, under broken high clouds temperatures ranged from the mid 30s to mid 40s. These clouds were streaming along a weak frontal boundary located over northern Iowa and northern Illinois. For tonight and Christmas Eve, the front will move gradually north as a warm front. With relatively dry air aloft, not anticipating any precipitation with this front. The RAP is generating low clouds and fog on Tuesday morning. Since the models have been tending to over do this, opted just to mention some patchy fog for now. With the 925 mb temperatures looking far too cold west of the Mississippi River for tonight on Christmas Eve, opted to go more with a blend of the GFS and ECMWF. .LONG TERM...(Tuesday night through Monday) Issued at 155 PM CST Mon Dec 23 2019 Upper level ridging will begin to push off to the east Tuesday night into Wednesday as an upper level trough begins to work into the western CONUS. This will leave the forecast area under southwest flow with the general idea being that various bits energy slide through and bring precipitation chances through the weekend. In addition, temperatures will be remaining above normal, with highs generally in the 30s and 40s, though a slight cool down will be seen for the weekend. The first precipitation chances will arrive by the early morning hours on Christmas in the form of light drizzle or perhaps some freezing drizzle depending on surface temperatures. Model soundings indicate that saturation of the low levels looks to be fairly shallow (less than 1 km) for much of the day, but would think the forcing from the wave would be enough to lead to at least some patchy light drizzle at times. The next wave comes Wednesday night into Thursday, with a surface low passing by to the west and north. Model soundings do indicate a deeper saturated layer across the area with this particular wave, so chances for accumulating precipitation would be higher than on Wednesday, with the highest chances closer to the passing low. As far as type, still looks like liquid with lack of in-cloud ice across the area. In addition, most of the area should see lows above freezing Thursday morning, so not anticipating much, if anything, in the way of ice accumulation, though will need to keep an eye on the favored cold spots in central Wisconsin. Surface high pressure will provide a break in the precipitation for at least Friday, but model solutions diverge quite a bit going into the weekend. The general idea is that a closed low over the desert southwest will eject northeastward into the area, with various bits of weaker northern stream shortwave energy moving in out of Canada. Models differ greatly on the timing of these features, especially the ejection of the low. Should the closed low phase with some of the northern stream energy, a stronger system would impact the area (e.g. 23.12Z GFS and several GEFS members). Bottom line, it looks like we should see at least some precipitation from the low, but confidence remains low in when, what type, and how much. Beyond that, the overall trend looks to be cooler as upper level troughing builds in. && .AVIATION...(For the 06Z TAFS through 06Z Tuesday night) Issued at 930 PM CST Mon Dec 23 2019 Cigs: main forecast challenge is if mvfr/ifr cigs will impact the TAF sites, along with potential for period of MVFR BR. All the models saturate the near sfc layer along/north of a northward moving warm front - with consensus generally favoring north of I-90 (more in the I-94 corridor). For now, will stick this trend, keeping just a high VFR cig. Will monitor trends closely and adjust as needed. If this scenario holds, likely stay VFR for cigs until Wed as low pressure system slides into the region and warm front edges back south. WX/vsby: some fog progged to develop in light wind region across WI later tonight. Could see some BR too in areas that still have snow cover, thanks to melting, although winds are expected to be on the increase this evening, which could limit that potential. Winds: winds will become southeast later this evening with some increase in the speeds. A bit more shift south on Tue, and some decrease as pressure gradient slackens. && .CLIMATE... Issued at 155 PM CST Mon Dec 23 2019 It continues to look like Christmas Eve and Day will be among the 10 warmest. The following are the warmest Christmas Eves and Days for La Crosse and Rochester. La Crosse - Christmas Eve High Temperatures 1) 61F in 1889 2) 52F in 1893 52F in 1888 52F in 1877 5) 48F in 1881 6) 46F in 1940 46F in 1936 8) 44F in 1953 9) 43F in 2006 43F in 1963 La Crosse - Christmas Day High Temperatures 1) 55F in 1936 2) 54F in 1881 3) 46F in 1982 4) 45F in 1940 45F in 1912 6) 44F in 1928 44F in 1922 44F in 1877 10) 42F in 2014 42F in 2011 42F in 1953 42F in 1874 Rochester - Christmas Eve High Temperatures 1) 41F in 1953 2) 40F in 2011 40F in 2006 40F in 1957 40F in 1955 40F in 1940 7) 39F in 1936 39F in 1913 38F in 1908 Rochester - Christmas Day High Temperatures 1) 50F in 1936 2) 42F in 1928 3) 41F in 2011 41F in 1959 5) 40F in 1940 6) 39F in 1999 39F in 1994 39F in 1953 39F in 1943 10) 38F in 2016 38F in 1963 38F in 1954 38F in 1949 && .ARX WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES... WI...None. MN...None. IA...None. && $$ SHORT TERM...Boyne LONG TERM...CA AVIATION...Rieck CLIMATE...Boyne
Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Caribou ME
915 PM EST Mon Dec 23 2019 .SYNOPSIS... A cold front will push off the Downeast coast by around midnight tonight. High pressure will build down from the northwest Tuesday into Tuesday night then slide south of the region Wednesday. A cold front will cross the area Wednesday night followed by high pressure Thursday into Thursday night. A warm front will lift across the region Friday followed by high pressure Saturday. && .NEAR TERM /THROUGH TUESDAY/... 9:15 PM Update: The cold front just came through Frenchville at the top of the hour with a snow shower, wind shift into the northwest, and a brief gust of wind to 40 mph. The cold front will push off the Downeast coast late this evening. The best chance of showers with the front will be across northern and central Aroostook County, and it is unlikely that any showers will make it south of Baxter State Park. The wind will pick up and a colder air mass will follow, but not dramatically so. By daybreak, lows will be in the teens across the Saint John Valley to the mid to upper 20s along the coast. Made some minor adjustments based on the latest observations and radar trends. Previous discussion: The cold front is expected to push through the region tonight w/CAA. The GEM and HRRR do show some bands of precip across the northern 1/2 of the CWA through late evening. The 12z UA showed a jets streak of 45-50 kts in the 850-700mb layer across the Ontario region this morning. Given the wsw flow aloft, this feature looks like it will move across northern New England this evening which will aid in shear. The NAM and RAP soundings support strong shear of 40+ kts at 0-6km through late evening. So, gusty winds near 30 mph are possible. The best moisture appears to be limited below 700 mbs. There will be enough forcing to support some activity w/rain-snow showers going over to just snow showers by evening. Gusty winds could even reduce vsbys through midnight in some areas across the northern locales. Temps overnight will continue above normal. Looks to be a windy day for Christmas Eve and much colder as NW winds take hold and gradient remains tight, but it looks like there will be a good deal of sunshine. Stayed close to the midnight crew`s thinking of 10-20 mph sustained winds w/gusts to 30 mph. Liked also the idea of some patchy blowing snow across parts of the n due to fresh snow cover. Daytime temps will be back to near normal readings. && .SHORT TERM /TUESDAY NIGHT THROUGH THURSDAY/... A longwave ridge covers much of the country and will dominate the weather pattern for the rest of the week. This will mean occasional shortwaves sliding over the ridge and bringing weak fronts down from the northwest followed by high pressure systems. Otherwise, mainly dry weather will persist. High pressure will build down from the northwest Tuesday night bringing a mostly clear evening with a light northwesterly breeze. This will be followed by some cloudiness, mostly over the north, late at night with a weak front. Christmas Day Wednesday will be mostly cloudy north and partly cloudy Downeast as a weak frontal boundary slips in from the northwest. High pressure sliding into Quebec will then push a weak cold front south across the area Wednesday night bringing clearing and only moderately cooler air in from the north. The high will bring sunshine Thursday. However, a weak frontal boundary nearby to the southwest may bring some high cloudiness Downeast. && .LONG TERM /THURSDAY NIGHT THROUGH MONDAY/... High pressure will slide south of the area Thursday night. A return flow behind the high coupled with a weak occlusion ahead of a low tracking into western Quebec will bring cloudiness into the area. Some patchy light snow is possible in western areas late at night. The occlusion/warm front will lift across the area Friday bringing some light snow, changing to light rain from south to north but possibly remaining all snow over the far north. A cold front will follow Friday night followed by a breezy and moderately cooler day on Saturday with a mostly cloudy sky north and partly cloudy Downeast. Winds will diminish Saturday night. A storm system approaching late Sunday into Sunday night may bring snow north and snow to rain Downeast. && .AVIATION /02Z TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY/... NEAR TERM: Mostly MVFR at the northern terminals tonight and into Tuesday morning, but brief LIFR in any snow showers until around midnight. Conditions will improve to VFR Tuesday afternoon. VFR expected at the Downeast terminals. A gusty NW wind will follow a cold frontal passage tonight with wind gusts to 30 knots. LLWS is expected from KPQI northward tonight. For Tuesday, VFR but windy w/gusty NW winds 10-20kt. SHORT TERM: Tuesday night: VFR. Light NW wind. Wed: VFR, possibly lowering to MVFR north. Light and variable wind. Wed night: VFR. Light N wind. Thu: VFR. Light N to NE wind. Thu night: VFR, possibly becoming MVFR late. Light S wind. Fri: IFR in low clouds, light snow/rain. Light SW wind. && .MARINE... NEAR TERM: SCA was extended into Tuesday afternoon as the NW gradient looks like it will hold on a bit longer w/the CAA. Sustained SSW winds are expected to shift to the WNW winds 15-20 kts later this evening into tonight with frequent gusts to 30 knots and a few gusts to 35 knots possible across the outer Stayed close to the local wave guidance showing seas topping out at 4-5 ft on Tuesday w/highest seas across the outer zones. SHORT TERM: A SCA may be needed early Tuesday night for winds gusting up to 25 kt. NW winds may again approach SCA on Thu. Otherwise, winds should be below SCA most of the coming week. && .CAR WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES... ME...None. MARINE...Small Craft Advisory until 4 PM EST Tuesday for ANZ050>052. && $$ Near Term...CB/Hewitt Short Term...Bloomer Long Term...Bloomer Aviation...CB/Hewitt/Bloomer Marine...CB/Hewitt/Bloomer
National Weather Service Wilmington OH
946 PM EST Mon Dec 23 2019 .SYNOPSIS... A weak cold front will drop south into the upper and middle Ohio Valley tonight. The front will stall on Tuesday before lifting northeast as a warm front by Tuesday night. A mid level ridge will then continue the warm temperatures into Christmas Day. && .NEAR TERM /UNTIL 6 AM TUESDAY MORNING/... The forecast is complicated tonight in terms of the potential for fog and/or low stratus development. Skies are currently clear across our region. A weak cold front is forecast to move south into our northern forecast area overnight, laying out northwest to southeast. Although there will continue to be some high level clouds spilling into the region from the northwest, models continue to suggest the potential for fog and/or low stratus. In fact, model soundings suggest that the fog and/or low stratus would be confined to the first couple hundred feet of the surface. Will continue with the development of areas of fog tonight over the northern two- thirds forecast area. For points along and south of the Ohio River, fog should be more confined to the river valleys. The HWO has already been updated to reflect this current thinking. As has been the case the last few nights, forecasting low temperatures continues to be tough. Believe most lows will range from the upper 20s to the lower 30s, but some values slightly below or slightly above this range may occur as well. && .SHORT TERM /6 AM TUESDAY MORNING THROUGH TUESDAY NIGHT/... Areas of fog will gradually lift during the morning hours, with skies becoming mostly sunny to partly cloudy by afternoon. Aforementioned weak boundary will have stall across our area on Tuesday. It will be a little cooler across the north with still warm readings across the south. Highs will range from the upper 40s north to the lower 60s south. For Tuesday night, a mid level ridge will build into the Ohio Valley. This will push the weak front to the northeast as a warm front. Some high clouds are expected at this time. Overnight lows will range from near 30 in the far east to mid 30s west/southwest. && .LONG TERM /WEDNESDAY THROUGH MONDAY/... Period starts Christmas day with anomalous 500 mb heights over 5700 meters associated with a broad upper ridge. This pattern will provide dry weather through Wednesday as surface high pressure moves east. A weak front swinging south from Great Lakes low pressure on Thursday is likely to suffer from a lack of upper support and deep moisture under the persistent ridge aloft, allowing dry conditions to continue. Even as heights aloft decrease slightly in response to trough activity in Southern Canada, the return of surface high pressure will probably result in dry weather on Friday as well. Signs of change come Saturday ahead of low pressure developing to the southwest. Rain will be possible by Saturday evening near a front extending ahead of the low. Rain will become likely Saturday night and Sunday morning, with rain chances continuing through Monday as the slow moving low moves to the Mississippi River. Rain chances will generally be greater in southern locations closer to the main body of moisture and forcing, while snow may mix in northern locations on Monday where colder temperatures will be observed. Well above normal temperatures will be evident under the slow to evolve pattern. Highs Wednesday and Thursday are expected to be in the mid and upper 50s. Readings are forecast to retreat a few degrees Friday through Sunday under increasing clouds and precip, with highs ranging from the upper 40s to mid 50s. Cold advection may result in highs falling to the 40s Monday, still above normal. && .AVIATION /03Z TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY/... Complicated forecast tonight in terms of fog and/or low stratus development. Latest RAP and GLAMP guidance continues to suggest that fog and/or very low stratus will develop along and behind a weak cold front that is poised to drop south into the northern parts of the region tonight. As such have added fog to the northern terminals as visibilities may lower to 1 mile or less with ceilings around 200 feet. There could even be some patchy dense fog. Elsewhere, have limited the fog potential to the river valleys (along and south of the Ohio River). Thus, all terminals, except for KCVG, have IFR/LIFR conditions forecast late tonight. Again, there is the potential for some patchy VLIFR. On Tuesday, aforementioned weak front will stall across the region. Fog and/or low stratus will slowly lift through the morning hours due to heating. We should return to VFR conditions between 16Z and 18Z. OUTLOOK...MVFR/IFR ceilings and MVFR visibilities possible Wednesday night into Thursday night. MVFR ceilings and visibilities possible on Saturday. && .ILN WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES... OH...None. KY...None. IN...None. && $$ SYNOPSIS...Hickman NEAR TERM...Hickman SHORT TERM...Hickman LONG TERM...Coniglio AVIATION...Hickman
Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Indianapolis IN
937 PM EST Mon Dec 23 2019 .UPDATE... The AVIATION Section has been updated below. && .SYNOPSIS... Issued at 148 PM EST Mon Dec 23 2019 Dry and Mild weather is expected for much of this Holiday week ahead. High pressure over Missouri and Indiana is expected to continue to maintain its influence over Indiana through the end of the work week as it slowly moves to the east coast. The next best chance for rain will be Saturday and Sunday as a Frontal system is expected to arrive in the region. && .NEAR TERM /Tonight/... Issued at 148 PM EST Mon Dec 23 2019 Surface analysis early this afternoon shows high pressure in place from Ohio...across Indiana to Missouri and Oklahoma. Low pressure and cyclonic flow was found across the southeastern states. GOES16 shows clear skies across Indiana along with a diminishing snowpack along the I-70 corridor. Temps were rising through the upper 50s and dewpoints were climbing through the 30s. Aloft...water vapor showed strong ridging in place across the plains states with lee side subsidence across Indiana. Plentiful tropical moisture was streaming aloft across the western United States. Models remain in good agreement tonight keeping strong high pressure aloft as the ridge axis aloft is expected to advect eastward across Indiana. Forecast soundings and Time heights again show a dry column with subsidence. Thus mostly clear skies will be be expected. RAP and NAM show dewpoint depressions falling to 1C or less overnight...thus some patchy fog cannot be ruled out late tonight and early Tuesday. Will stick close to the blends on Temps. && .SHORT TERM /Tuesday through Thursday/... Issued at 148 PM EST Mon Dec 23 2019 Models through Thursday continue to show the strong ridge axis aloft slowly making a progression toward the east coast On Thursday. This results in strong High pressure settling across the east coast for much of the middle part of the week. As for Indiana...warm southwest flow develops develops on the backside of the high. This has a two fold effect...first pumping warm air into the ohio valley...but also steering any weather making systems well north of Indiana into the upper midwest and western Great Lakes. Forecast soundings across the forecast area through Thursday remain dry with ongoing subsidence.Time heights also show a very dry column with subsidence. Thus will trend toward mostly sunny days and mostly clear nights through Thursday. Given the warm SW flow will trend temps at or above the NBM. Bad sledding weather on Christmas eve as warm temps should eliminate snow cover across the area by then. && .LONG TERM /Thursday night through Monday/... Issued at 315 PM EST Mon Dec 23 2019 Upper ridging will keep dry conditions and above normal temperatures in the forecast through Friday night. On Saturday, though, the upper ridge axis moves off to the east and a southwesterly flow pattern sets up over central Indiana. This will allow shortwaves to move through the upper flow bringing rain chances across the area Saturday through Monday, along with a surface frontal system. Timing/location and strength of the upper low vary greatly in the different ensemble solutions and thus will keep the high chance PoPs from the NBM for Saturday and even some likelies for the southern half or so for Saturday night as this is the most consistent timing/placement for rain showing up in the different ensemble members. Could see a decent drop in temperatures near the end of the long term, but this keeps being advertised around day 7 and continues getting pushed back so still low confidence on any cold air making its way here in the next seven days. Should this come to fruition, though, there may be a mix of rain and snow possible come late Sunday night/Monday morning. && .AVIATION /Updated for 240300z IND TAF Issuance/... Issued at 935 PM EST Mon Dec 23 2019 No changes made to previous forecast. High pressure will allow winds to remain calm or light and variable overnight. Sfc temps already below cross over temps and with increased Tds expect fog to develop overnight. && .IND WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES... NONE. && $$ SYNOPSIS...Puma NEAR TERM...Puma SHORT TERM...Puma LONG TERM...CP AVIATION...Lashley
National Weather Service Morristown TN
1040 PM EST Mon Dec 23 2019 .UPDATE... EVENING UPDATE. && .DISCUSSION... No changes are needed to the forecast this evening. High clouds are clearing out, and with this clearing will come a potential for fog development, if winds can drop to calm. This may happen in some spots so patchy fog should cover it well. DGS && .AVIATION... 00Z TAF DISCUSSION. Mid to high level clouds currently over the area are expected to gradually scatter and clear out overnight. This should allow for some cooling that may lead to some fog development in some areas. The question regarding fog density will be how much winds drop off to calm. The TAFs will have MVFR vis at TRI and TYS early in the morning, but no fog at CHA where wind is more likely to stay above calm. The rest of the day will be VFR. DGS && .PREV DISCUSSION... /ISSUED 249 PM EST Mon Dec 23 2019/ SHORT TERM (Tonight and Tomorrow)... Current water vapor imagery and RAP upper air analysis indicate a closed low centered near the Florida Panhandle with moisture advecting northwards across the Carolinas. At the surface, low pressure is centered just off the Georgia coast with high pressure across the Mid-Atlantic. Diminishing radar returns have featured throughout the morning into the early afternoon, Due to this, decreased PoPs some in the near-term with the majority of the area currently dry. Low-level cloud cover is decreasing across the area but still seeing plenty of high-clouds with mid to upper level moisture wrapping around the upper low. These high clouds will continue to diminish this evening into the overnight as the upper low continues to track to the east. The overall pattern features a broad ridge across the eastern 2/3rd;s of the country and there will be no cold air advection as the upper low departs to the east. Model soundings indicate that low-level moisture will remain elevated tonight with skies clearing and light winds. Therefore, patchy fog will be possible across the area. Lows tonight will remain mild in the low to mid 40s for most locations. Upper level heights will increase tomorrow into the 576-580 dm range as the low shifts eastward. PW values will drop down into the 0.3- 0.5 inch range. These values are in the 25th-50th percentile for late December. Overall, model soundings support mostly sunny skies with temperatures warming into the low to mid 60s for most locations. MA LONG TERM (Tuesday Night through Monday)... We begin with a very strong ridge bringing warm and humid conditions for Christmas Eve night and Christmas Day. This warmth will continue all the way through the upcoming weekend, with high temps in the 60s from Christmas Day through the weekend, and daily average temps running 15 degrees above normal. Models still differ on the departure of the ridge. The Canadian and ECMWF are in agreement on a slower progression of a closed H5 low over the southern Rockies this weekend, while the GFS now opens the low and lifts it into the north plains. The slow approach means that rain chances for Saturday are now mostly in the slight chance range, with much better chances Sunday among all three models. Chance of precip will continue on Monday. On Monday, the ECMWF brings the closed low through the southeastern states similar to today`s feature, while the GFS has us in the tail end of northwesterly upslope pops as its H5 low moves through New York. No matter which of those two solutions, both end precip here during Tuesday. As the H5 trough/low make it near our area Monday, temperatures will finally cool off, with highs down into the 50s. GC && .MRX WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES... NC...NONE. TN...NONE. VA...NONE. && $$
Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Pocatello ID
240 PM MST Mon Dec 23 2019 .SHORT TERM...Today through Wednesday or Christmas night...The models have continued to show a chance of light to moderate moisture tonight through tomorrow, Christmas Eve. The first surge of moisture will be tonight in southerly flow. This will lend to upslope flow over the southern Central mountains, Lost River Range, and Arco desert where 2 to 4 inches in valleys with 4 to 6 inches (with locally higher amounts) in the mountains. A special weather statement is in place for these areas. For the Beaverhead/Lemhi Highlands and the Centennial/Island Park areas look for higher amounts, around 3 to 6 inches for valleys and 6 to 10 inches for mountain areas. A winter weather advisory is in place for these two zones/areas. For the Eastern Magic Valley and the Snake river plain, there is low confidence in the forecast. Currently we are expecting a trace of snow up to 1/2 inch for these areas, primarily tonight into early morning. There is a slight chance some of these area may get freezing rain but model forecasts show this as a very low probability. The southern/eastern portions of the Snake River plain and Eastern Magic valley are expected to quickly warm up with southerly downslope winds turning any precipitation into rain or a rain snow mix by early to mid tomorrow morning. The precipitation shifts more to our southern and eastern areas by late morning into the afternoon on Christmas eve. Snow levels will rise to around 5000 feet in the afternoon, particularly for our southern, southeast and eastern areas. Also, along the I-86 corridor expect downslope winds to continue, which will favor precipitation falling as rain or, at least, a rain/snow mix. Expect 1 to 4 inches of snow for the Southern Highlands and Southeast Highlands from late morning through early evening on Christmas Eve. Temperatures will be 4 to 8 degrees above normal with the overall southerly flow on Christmas Eve. For Christmas Eve night and Christmas Day, precipitation will be mainly along the Montana Divide/Wyoming/Utah borders, in general, along/east of I-15. Expect all snow as colder air arrives. Additional snowfall in these areas will be around a trace to up to 2 inches for mountain areas. Expect near normal to slightly below normal temperatures on Christmas day. Wyatt .LONG TERM...Thu through next Mon night. ECMWF and GFS are in very good agreement about this being a dry period. Once the storm in the near term passes to the east, there is a period on Fri with northwesterly flow that the eastern highlands and southern highlands could get some light upslope precipitation. The other thing this airflow will do is bring in bitter cold Canadian air, so once skies clear Thu, expect single digit overnight lows for even the Snake River plain, and stagnant air by Sun as high pressure arrives directly overhead. This will lead to fog and stratus issues, and potentially air quality issues. While the northwest flow may be breezy on Thu/Fri in portions of the forecast area, it should quickly calm down. Giant low off the southern CA coast will be keeping all Pacific moisture in the southern tier. Messick && .AVIATION...Bands of precipitation are already moving through south central Idaho and also some development in the northeast corner. This forecast is difficult because the region is in the warm sector of the current storm and will be flirting with the temperatures rising at night and hanging right around freezing. If it stays below, as some MOS guidance believes, then KPIH and KIDA will be in SN ; if above, it maybe only RA. This will make a huge difference in VSBY and CIG. Southerly flow should also put KPIH and KBYI in a precipiation shadow, and may have better CIG and VSBY than forecast. However, HRRR guidance indicates that surface wind will be in opposition to the upper level southerly flow, from the northeast. KSUN and KDIJ will likely stay with SN and will likely be closed at times Tue morning. Messick && .PIH WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES... Winter Weather Advisory from 2 AM to 5 PM MST Tuesday for IDZ066- 067. && $$