Forecast Discussions mentioning any of "HRRR" "RAP" "RUC13" "RUC" "RR" received at GSD on 04/04/20

National Weather Service Kansas City/Pleasant Hill MO
817 PM CDT Fri Apr 3 2020 .Update... Issued at 817 PM CDT FRI APR 3 2020 Have made several changes to forecast based on latest satellite and model trends. First, have increased cloud cover for the overnight hours. The RAP has picked up on the lack of clearing occurring so have blended satellite observations into the RAP for the overnight. This overcast should prevent the bottom from falling out regarding temperatures, but there is enough cold advection that we should still see temperatures in the upper 20s through much of the forecast area to just below freezing in our south. Given this, have expanded the freeze warning southward and started it basically for now through 14Z tomorrow morning. && .Discussion... Issued at 318 PM CDT FRI APR 3 2020 The majority of today`s forecast focus is on the ongoing rain and cold air that is sliding in across eastern Kansas and Missouri, which will require a Freezing Warning for parts of the region early Saturday morning. Satellite imagery today shows a large trough over the western half of the Nation, which has allowed a decent amount of cold air to plunge out of western Canada across the Plains States over the past couple of days. A shortwave trough, rounding the base of the large trough, is noted shifting northeast through the northern Plains; which helped pull up moisture from the western Gulf. This has resulted in the overrunning freezing rain and sleet that we have been dealing with since this morning. As of 3 PM, temperatures are still just at, or above, freezing in areas from southeast KC northwest through Chillicothe and Kirksville, and we are seeing sites northwest of that freezing line warming a degree or two as the precipitation leaves; which is making the precipitation type, and impacts, very difficult to pin down. For the rest of today, we will be watching as the overrunning precipitation shifts ever farther east, though it likely wont clear our section of central Missouri till late tonight. Question is what temperatures will be as the precipitation falls for the rest of the afternoon and evening. The up side is that the majority of the precipitation is just outrunning the sub-freezing air this afternoon, though there is still some light mist/rain lingering over eastern Kansas into west central and northwest Missouri, which should be ending in the next couple of hours. Thus, while we have had some icing, and slick roads, we don`t expect the wintery impacts from the precipitation to persist through the rest of the afternoon and evening, thus no further winter weather product is expected at this time. That said, we might see elevated surfaces accumulate a little ice till the precipitation moves east. For tonight...the precipitation axis is moving slowly enough east that it is likely it wont clear our section of central Missouri till late tonight, but with the clearing precipitation will come clearing clouds, and that will allow many areas to drop below freezing tonight. Below freezing temperatures should not be much of an impact in areas north of a line from Kansas City to Moberly, beyond freezing any liquid water still out there. This could result in some spots of black ice. However, areas south of the KC-Moberly line will need a Freeze Warning for Saturday morning, as there is a significant overlap between the vegetation that has started to green up and the subfreezing temperatures we are expecting tonight. For the weekend...expect Saturday to still be on the cold side, with highs warming from our fridge morning lows to around 50. Sunday the warm up will kick in as we climb back into the 60s, with 70s for Monday, and highs near 80 Tuesday. However, we will be on the watch for some showers Monday and Tuesday as a modest, strung out, shortwave trough zips through the Plains. && .Aviation...(For the 00Z TAFS through 00Z Saturday Evening) Issued at 615 PM CDT FRI APR 3 2020 Based on latest satellite imagery and short-term model guidance, it looks like low MVFR ceilings will linger through the night and begin to erode tomorrow morning. Winds will diminish through the night and gradually become northeasterly tomorrow morning and afternoon. && .EAX WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES... KS...Freeze Warning until 9 AM CDT Saturday for KSZ057-060-103>105. MO...Freeze Warning until 9 AM CDT Saturday for MOZ028-029-037>040- 043>046-053-054. && $$ Update...CDB Discussion...Cutter Aviation...CDB
Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Gray ME
1054 PM EDT Fri Apr 3 2020 .SYNOPSIS... A large, ocean low centered southeast of Cape cod will drift southward away from the area through tonight. High pressure will briefly nose in from the north overnight and Saturday with drier weather. An approaching frontal system will bring clouds and unsettled weather for Sunday followed by high pressure and dry weather for Monday. && .NEAR TERM /UNTIL 6 AM SATURDAY MORNING/... 1050 PM...Rain has become much more showery and scattered at this time and have adjusted POPs accordingly. Latest HRRR says some SHRA will be possible for a few hours after midnight across srn NH, but overall dry air moving from the NE should keep this limited. Otherwise, forecast is in good shape. 755 PM...The forecast trend of diminishing rain continues this evening, and steady rain across srn and central NH and SW ME will taper to showers late this evening, while showers elsewhere should come to an end after midnight, as the E flow abv the boundary slowly diminishes. Winds will also diminish later tonight, but a few stronger gusts possible this evening, especially near the coast. In the persistent N-NE sfc flow, clouds will linger the the night and into Sat morning. Previously...At 18z a 983 millibar low was centered well southeast of Cape Cod. Latest surface analysis and GOES visible loop continues to show the low dropping further south. Precipitation trend has been slower then current model suite so have slowed the ending time in many areas. Drier air is trying to sneak southward into areas near the international border at moment. Models suggest plenty of moisture trapped beneath the subsidence inversion overnight behind the departing ocean low and have kept skies mainly cloudy. Gusty winds will gradually drop off tonight especially across the northern valleys and over western New Hampshire. Precipitation should end in all sections tonight...except for far southern New Hampshire where we could see sprinkles or a brief shower through early morning. Lows will range from near 30 along the international border to mid and upper 30s elsewhere. && .SHORT TERM /6 AM SATURDAY MORNING THROUGH SATURDAY NIGHT/... On Saturday...high pressure will briefly nose in from the north. We should see a blend of sunshine and clouds as models suggest a good deal of leftover low level moisture in northeast flow. Highs should be mainly in the 40s with a few 50 degree readings over inland areas. Clouds should once again increase tomorrow night ahead of an approaching impulse and its trailing frontal system. Lows will be in the lower and mid 30s. && .LONG TERM /SUNDAY THROUGH FRIDAY/... A weak front will cross the area Sun night...ushering in high pressure. The frontal passage itself will be mainly dry...with any showers most likely in the mtns. Overall the week ahead looks dominated by anomalous ridging over Baffin Bay. That blocking will support a series of upper lows in the vicinity of Newfoundland. Really the ideal set up to produce slow moving systems...developing off the Northeast coast...and more or less remaining S of Nrn New England. Despite the calendar turning towards mid April by the end of the forecast period...the pattern is actually quite favorable for some flakes over parts of the forecast area. 03.12z ECMWF EPS shows probability for accumulating snow over the course of the week between 20 and 50 percent. Probabilities rise as you move inland and up in elevation naturally...but most locations across the area have at least a few members producing snowfall. Of course it will ultimately come down to individual storm evolution...but seasonably chilly air will remain nearby...and the storm track will remain active with a split flow look across CONUS. && .AVIATION /03Z SATURDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY/... Short Term /Through Saturday Night/...Surface winds gusting up to 25 kt through dusk before diminishing. MVFR cigs with lcl IFR through tonight in -SHRA, drizzle and patchy fog. Improving to VFR throughout during the day Saturday. MVFR cigs may return Saturday night in light onshore flow with marine stratus. Long Term...Generally VFR conditions expected Sun...with a cold front forecast to brush the area Sun night. Forcing along the front and moisture look to be on the meager isolated SHRA are possible...but more than local MVFR is unlikely. Otherwise VFR thru Tue night. A quick moving wave to our S may bring enough precip N for some MVFR or lower conditions in RA or SN. && .MARINE... Short Term /Through Saturday Night/...The circulation around the ocean low centered well southeast of Cape Cod should keep gusts to Gale over the outer waters for much of tonight. The bays should see gusts limited to SCA and I have converted Penobscot bay to an SCA with the afternoon package. We should see SCA`s open waters for Saturday with lingering SCA for seas possible Saturday night. Bays should drop below SCA either late tonight or Saturday morning. Long Term...Hazardous seas will likely linger through Mon morning...especially S of Cape Elizabeth. Conditions are expected to remain just below SCA thresholds thru midweek. && .HYDROLOGY... 755 PM...We continue to watch the upper Kennebec basin closely. The precipitation over the past day combined with snow melt has been sufficient to push Weston (Skowhegan) towards its 35000 CFS flood stage. A river flood warning has been issued for the Kennebec at Skowhegan through early Saturday. Elsewhere,it looks like many of the rivers in central NH and western ME that would see sharp rises from the upslope E flow, like the Swift in ME, have crested or are cresting and should recede overnight. && .TIDES/COASTAL FLOODING... Astronomical tides will continue to trend up until reaching their monthly peak next week. Even as powerful ocean storm pulls away we will keep lingering high surf through the weekend. Forecast surge will continue to slowly fall thru Sat morning so at this time no coastal flooding is expected. However the lingering swell will contribute to splashover and erosion. A coastal flood statement may be necessary tonight and again Sat morning. && .EQUIPMENT... The last GYX upper air observation was March 25 at 12Z. Unfortunately, a disruption in gas supply has temporarily halted observations from GYX. It`s unknown when supplies will be restored and upper air observations resumed. && .GYX WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES... ME...None. NH...None. MARINE...Small Craft Advisory until 6 AM EDT Saturday for ANZ151-153. Gale Warning until 6 AM EDT Saturday for ANZ150-152-154. && $$ SYNOPSIS... NEAR TERM...Cempa/Schwibs SHORT TERM...Schwibs LONG TERM...Legro AVIATION... MARINE... HYDROLOGY... TIDES/COASTAL FLOODING... EQUIPMENT...
Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
833 PM CDT Fri Apr 3 2020 .SYNOPSIS... Issued at 642 PM CDT Fri Apr 3 2020 Scattered light showers will develop across central Illinois this evening as a cold front pushes through the area. Once the front passes, much cooler weather will be on tap for later tonight into Saturday. Overnight lows will range from the lower 30s west of the Illinois the middle to upper 40s near the Indiana border. Highs on Saturday will only be in the middle 50s. && .UPDATE... Issued at 833 PM CDT Fri Apr 3 2020 01z/8pm surface analysis shows a cold front extending from near Bloomington to just east of Taylorville. Low clouds/showers associated with the system remain well behind the boundary, with latest radar imagery indicating widely scattered light showers across the Illinois River Valley. With limited deep layer moisture to work with, it appears areal coverage of precip will remain low tonight. Have adjusted PoPs to slow their eastward spread and reduce from categorical to likely. Also removed any mention of thunder as instability is negligible. Overnight lows will range from the lower 30s west of the Illinois the upper 40s near the Indiana border. && .SHORT TERM...(This evening through Saturday) ISSUED AT 330 PM CDT Fri Apr 3 2020 A strong cold front was approaching the IL river at mid afternoon, with mild temperatures in the upper 60s to around 70 ahead of the front with large breaks in the mid level cloud cover. Meanwhile cloudy skies and much colder mid 50s behind the front at Galesburg, Macomb and Quincy with nw breezes. Radar mosaic shows a band of showers behind the cold front over eastern IA into central MO with winter precipitation in central IA. The cold front near the IL river will push east thru central IL during this evening and thru southeast IL during overnight. Still expecting a band of showers to occur behind the front and continued isolated thunderstorms into early evening from Springfield sw where MUCAPES are higher, but better chances of thunder are sw of CWA. Cooled lows tonight with faster cold frontal passage, with lower 30s nw of the IL river and upper 40s to near 50 along the Wabash river. The rain showers should end nw of the IL river late tonight after 09Z/4 am, before temps slip below freezing at Galesburg where low is near 30F by dawn. So think freezing rain threat should stay nw of CWA. Good chance of showers in eastern IL Sat morning, while nw CWA by IL river valley is dry on Sat. Chances of showers lower Sat afternoon over eastern/se IL, and down to slight pops in southeast IL late Sat afternoon into Sat night. Much colder highs Sat in the low to mid 50s in central IL and upper 50s southeast of I-70. Partly to mostly sunny skies nw CWA on Sat while staying cloudier over central and se CWa, especially from I-55 se. .LONG TERM...(Saturday night through Friday) ISSUED AT 330 PM CDT Fri Apr 3 2020 1024 mb high pressure ridge settles east into WI and MI by dawn Sunday and ridging into IL. This will bring dry weather to most of the area Sat night and Sunday, though still have slight chance of showers in southeast IL Sat night. Lows Sat night of 35-40 in central IL and lower 40s in southeast IL. High pressure ridge drifts east across the Great Lakes during Sunday and provides more sunshine to central IL with mostly sunny skies, while partly sunny in southeast IL. Lighter winds Sunday with nearby high pressure ridge, and highs in the upper 50s/lower 60s. Low pressure ejecting out of CO into western KS by dawn Monday to bring a warm front northward thru central IL on Mon morning. This will bring next chance of showers and thunderstorms along with return of warmer temps in upper 60s and lower 70s. Scattered convection to continue from Mon thru Tue evening across the area and diminish from west/nw overnight Tue night as cold front moves thru. Warm highs in the mid to upper 70s on Tue and a few spots could reach near 80F in sw CWA. Much of central IL to be dry on Wed with just slight chance of showers in southeast IL. Then dry across the area Wed night thru Thu evening as high pressure ridge builds se into the Midwest. More of Pacific air mass behind front on Wed, so still above normal highs in the upper 60s and lower 70s, mildest in southeast IL. Cooler air arrives Wed night and Thu, with 2nd cold front passing thru Wed night. Highs Thu of 55-60F. Stayed close to consensus for models with pops late this week. && .AVIATION...(For the 00Z TAFS through 00Z Saturday evening) Issued at 654 PM CDT Fri Apr 3 2020 A cold front currently along I-55 will continue to push eastward this evening, clearing KCMI by around 03z. A band of MVFR ceilings and scattered light showers lagging well behind the front will spill eastward across the area as well. Satellite timing tools and latest HRRR forecast suggest MVFR arriving at KPIA by 02z...then further east to KCMI by 07z-08z. Low ceilings will linger into Saturday morning before gradually improving from northwest to southeast during the afternoon. NAM/HRRR both seem too aggressive with the clearing trend, particularly given satellite imagery showing extensive clouds well upstream into Minnesota. Will monitor the speed of the clearing across Minnesota/Iowa this evening to determine if the faster trend is accurate. For now, have maintained MVFR at KPIA through 16z and further southeast at KCMI through 22z. && .ILX WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES... NONE. && $$ UPDATE...Barnes SYNOPSIS...Barnes SHORT TERM...07 LONG TERM...07 AVIATION...Barnes
Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Marquette MI
745 PM EDT Fri Apr 3 2020 .SHORT TERM...(This evening through Saturday) Issued at 359 PM EDT FRI APR 3 2020 Visible satellite this afternoon shows skies remaining mostly clear over about the eastern 2/3 of the U.P. but thicker cloud cover working into the far west. In the clear areas, temps have once again warmed nicely, into the mid to upper 50s except along the immediate Lake Michigan lakeshore. Temps made it into the 50s over the west as well but are beginning to drop now as the long-advertised cold front moves in. The trend today has been to slow down the front, as evidenced by MSAS analysis showing the surface trough just now entering the western U.P. and the wind at IWD coming around to NW just in the last hour. In addition, steadier rain (per MRMS) remains well to the west in northwestern WI. The changes this forecast over the previous were to continue to slow down the front, which is reflected in slower POPs and a slower eastward advance to the QPF over the WPC initialization. Relied heavily on the RAP and HRRR to do this as most CAMs, even initialized at 12z, continue to be too fast with the front. In addition, have increased snowfall amounts over the west half for tonight. The RAP shows impressive 850-700 mb fgen this evening in the cold air and has consistently been producing up to 0.4" of QPF as snow with each run today at IWD (same with the HRRR). The delay in precip helps as well because the changeover to snow will occur after sunset, limiting ground melting. Still, ground melting will be a factor as will riming and poor dendritic growth (if any) so SLRs should be 8:1 or less for whatever snow does fall. But it nonetheless looks like 1-3" of snow will accumulate. Road cameras in western WI and adjacent MN showing about an inch of slush on the grass (even with the afternoon April sun) so it`s definitely not inconceivable that a coating to a few inches will accumulate over the west tonight. Given a couple days of temps in the 50s, will assume that the roads are warm enough to prevent significant accumulation and therefore will hold off on an SPS until observations show otherwise. Have also deemphasized any sleet or freezing rain, although a little bit remains possible as the changeover occurs. Precip clears out quickly tomorrow, with POPs down to nothing by 12z already west of a line from Marquette to Menominee. All precip should be out of the CWA by 18z. There could be a brief period of gustier NW winds immediately behind the front when CAA/pressure rises are maximized, with model soundings supporting 25 mph gusts briefly around 12z over the central U.P. But the strongest CAA occuring in the morning rather than in the afternoon will limit how much wind can mix down. Moisture lingering behind the front in NW upslope flow will initially keep scattered low clouds around across the higher elevations of the west through mid-morning, but everyone - even the east - will see sunshine by the afternoon. Highs should make it back into the mid 30s (north) to mid 40s (south) with this sunshine and good mechanical mixing, even with colder air aloft. .LONG TERM...(Saturday night through Friday) Issued at 430 PM EDT FRI APR 3 2020 Models suggest that the pattern will transition to a split flow with the northern stream dominating the Great Lakes. After a couple of weaker shortwaves eject out of the western CONUS bringing chances of light pcpn early next week, the progressive northern stream will eventually become dominant over the northern CONUS/Upper Great Lakes by mid to late week as a stronger shortwave from British Columbia slides into northern Ontario. This will bring pcpn into the region from Tue into Thu. Temps should remain generally near or above average through Wed with cooler moving back in for the end of the week. Saturday night into Sunday, dry conditions are expected as high pressure builds in from the west. After a cool start with readings in the lower to mid 20s, mostly sunny skies will help highs rebound into the upper 40s to mid 50s, except for cooler lower 40s readings near Lake Michigan and across the tip of the Keweenaw. Sun night into Mon, a weaker shortwave ejecting out of the developing western CONUS trough through the northern Plains ridge into the Upper Great Lakes and its associated response of waa/isentropic lift at mid and lower levels will bring increasing chances of light rain/snow late Sun night into Mon. Tue and Tue night, the northern stream becomes dominant into the Upper Great Lakes as an initial fairly vigorous shortwave trough digs se from BC into the northern Great Lakes region. Strong WAA/isentropic and moisture advection ascent ahead of this shortwave trough along with steepening mid-level lapse rates of 7-8C and elevated instability, per ECMWF/GFS/GEM Showalter values, will bring rain showers into UPper Michigan with the potential of some tsra over mainly the west and south. Wed-Thu, the arrival of the mid-level trough and associated closed low will support scattered showers and stronger CAA behind the frontal system and associated mixing should generate blustery nw winds late Wed into Thu especially over and near the Great Lakes. Fri, lingering cool northerly flow should eventually give way to dry conditions with high pressure building toward the area into the weekend. However, confidence in the timing is still low given differences between the GEFS and ECENS. && .AVIATION...(For the 00Z TAFS through 00Z Saturday evening) Issued at 745 PM EDT FRI APR 3 2020 MVFR and IFR conditions expected tonight. Conditions will improve quickly to VFR from west to east Saturday morning. A cold front moving into the western U.P has accelerated across Lake Superior into the Keweenaw about 4 hours ahead of model guidance. A brief period of IFR conditions at KCMX should give way to MVFR mid evening before deteriorating as the main area of precipitation moves through. Did not include FZRA, however, with the surface front outrunning the mid level front would not rule it out for a few hours after precipitation onset, before the mid-levels cool. KIWD has already seen a mix of precipitation and a period of freezing rain looks likely before changing to all snow. Expect IFR conditions with a period of VLIFR due to low VIS in heavy snow overnight. Precipitation will reach KSAW during the late night hours, starting as rain and changing to snow. VFR conditions will prevail through the evening with MVFR and IFR by the early morning hours. && .MARINE...(For the 4 PM Lake Superior forecast issuance) Issued at 430 PM EDT FRI APR 3 2020 A sharp cold front will move across Lake Superior tonight. In the wake of the front, nw winds will increase with gusts to 25-30kt. Winds will then diminish from w to e Sat into Sat night as high pres arrives. Expect winds under 15kt by late Sat night, continuing into Sun as high pres lingers. These lighter winds should continue into Mon before east winds increase on Tue as low pres approaches the Upper Mississippi Valley. && .MQT WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES... Upper Michigan... None. Lake Superior... None. Lake Michigan... None. && $$ SHORT TERM...RJC LONG TERM...JLB AVIATION...NL MARINE...JLB
Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Shreveport LA
1041 PM CDT Fri Apr 3 2020 .AVIATION... A cold front will continue to slowly move eastward during the TAF period, becoming stationary across portions of Deep East Texas, Northwest Louisiana, and South-Central Arkansas. Showers and possible an isolated thunderstorm will be possible near and behind frontal boundary. Ceilings will continue to drop to MVFR this evening across the area and to IFR overnight. Not expecting much of an improvement during the TAF period in the ceilings, with the stalled boundary over the region. Visibilities may also be reduced as light drizzle and fog will developed near the boundary. && .PREV DISCUSSION... /issued 1020 PM CDT Fri Apr 3 2020/ UPDATE... A couple of minor changes made during this update. The aforementioned frontal boundary is currently along a line from Lufkin Texas to Nashville Arkansas. Temps have cooled a little faster than originally anticipated behind the front, as areas of East Texas and Southeast Oklahoma have already dropped into the upper 40s. Decided to make slight changes to temp grids to account for this and the advancement of the front. However, still expecting the frontal boundary to only advance another 50-75 miles before becoming stationary. Also, decided to lower pops and take them out of sections of Northeast and Central Louisiana tonight as it doesn`t look like POPs will be as widespread tonight. Otherwise, the remainder of the forecast package remains on track. /20/ && PREV DISCUSSION... /issued 244 PM CDT Fri Apr 3 2020/ SHORT TERM.../Tonight through Saturday Night/ The latest RAP mid-level analysis indicates the area in zonal flow with weak vort energy having pushed east of the area. The main forcing is focused along and ahead of a cold front that extends from Fayetteville, Arkansas southwestward across McCurtain County, Oklahoma to Quitman, Texas. Showers and a few stray thunderstorms are pushing across northeast Texas and southwestern Arkansas just ahead of the front with a few isolated showers in its wake. Aside from shower activity, the front is most well- defined by a wind-shift and 10-15 degrees thermal gradient. More vigorous convection is developing well southwest of the area in south-central Texas. As the front slowly slides southeastward into East Texas and Deep East Texas this evening, NAM 3km/HRRR support only a few showers and strong thunderstorms may develop along the front. Showers and storms will decrease in coverage and intensity overnight as the cold front stalls. Thus, rain chances are greatest in East Texas and southwestern Arkansas, decreasing into Louisiana. On Saturday, the front will be slow to edge southeastward across the area and will be the focus area for showers and isolated thunderstorms tomorrow as a few ripples in the mid-level flow indicative of weak wave energy providing forcing. Showers will linger overnight on Saturday night, but will decrease in coverage. For temperatures, lows tonight will range from lower to mid 40s west of the front in northeast texas and southeastern Arkansas to in the upper 50s to lower 60s ahead of the front in central Louisiana and the ArkLaMiss. As the front stalls and straddles our region, the thermal gradient will be very evident tomorrow with highs ranging from the lower to mid 50s from Tyler, TX to Idabel, OK to the lower to mid 70s for locations like Natchitoches, Jena, and Monroe in Louisiana. The gradient will be less evident for lows on Saturday night, ranging from the mid 50s to lower 60s from west to east respectively across the area. /04-Woodrum/ LONG TERM.../Sunday through Thursday Night/ Nearly flat upper ridge axis to be directly ovhd Sunday, but a lingering sfc boundary and a continuous supply of Pacific moisture in swly flow to our w will remain in place. A series of weak disturbances will ride over the top of the upper ridge anchored over the Gulf of Mexico, keeping mainly isentropic lift and convection in play through the first half of the work week. With no change in airmass, temps will continue to gradually warm through this timeframe as well. A cold front associated with a disturbance passing well to our n will bring some drier air and even some weakly nwly flow aloft. This will allow our temps to soar into the mid 80s to near 90. Our break from the rain won`t last, however, as another storm system approaches from the w late Wednesday into Thursday. /12/ && .PRELIMINARY POINT TEMPS/POPS... SHV 58 67 58 75 / 30 50 30 30 MLU 59 72 60 77 / 10 50 30 20 DEQ 48 57 54 72 / 50 40 30 40 TXK 55 64 57 71 / 40 50 30 30 ELD 58 69 57 75 / 20 50 30 30 TYR 43 51 51 72 / 50 40 30 40 GGG 51 60 56 73 / 40 40 30 30 LFK 57 67 58 76 / 50 70 60 30 && .SHV WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES... AR...None. LA...None. OK...None. TX...None. && $$ 20