Forecast Discussions mentioning any of "HRRR" "RAP" "RUC13" "RUC" "RR" received at GSD on 06/15/20

National Weather Service Wakefield VA
940 PM EDT Sun Jun 14 2020 .SYNOPSIS... A frontal boundary will linger along the NC coast tonight, while high pressure builds south into the mid-Atlantic region. Unsettled conditions will prevail for the early to middle part of next week as an upper level low pressure drops to our west then south. The upper level low potentially tracks back north across the region for the latter part of the week. && .NEAR TERM /UNTIL 6 AM MONDAY MORNING/... As of 940 PM EDT Sunday... Latest analysis reveals ~1032mb sfc high pressure over Atlantic Canada currently building down the eastern seaboard into the region. to the southeast, a coastal trough/weak frontal boundary continues to linger along the Carolina coast this evening, and has been the focus for more widespread showers and embedded t-storms to our S/SE. Aloft, upper level low pressure continues to wobble S-SE across the Carolinas. Low-Level flow out of the E-NE has allowed for building low- level moisture, especially along the immediate coast. Showers which developed along the coastal trough and have nudged north to our far southern zones have largely abated. However, KAKQ CC and Z data continue to show some light returns, with some occasional -RA/DZ reported over the US 58 corridor and S-SE. For that reason, have maintained a slight to low end chance in NC overnight. 18z NAM and the past few runs of the RAP showing some increasing overrunning moisture (300-310 k SFCs) lifting north across the area overnight. While most of this will just go into increasing mid-cloud deck, it`s certainly feasible that some occasional sprinkles/very light rain will be possible tonight even up into RIC metro and colonial triangle areas. So have accordingly added sprinkles to the digital DB overnight, mainly for I-64 south. Cool overnight with increasing clouds by morning. Overnight lows in the 50s to low 60s. Previous discussion follows... As of 230 PM EDT Sunday... Upper level low pres continues to develop to our W tonight while a frontal boundary lingers along the NC coast. Much of the local area will remain sandwiched between these two features as sfc hi pres extends S into the mid-Atlantic region from New England. NE winds (still gusty at least this evening...esp at the coast) and partly-mostly cloudy conditions are expected to prevail. ISOLD-SCT -RA will continue INVOF NE NC...maybe sneaking a bit farther N into far srn/SE VA. Also...will keep PoPs aob 20% over parts of the Piedmont (well W of the I 95 corridor) until about 00Z/15. Lows tonight in the m50s-around 60F central/W to the l-m60s E. && .SHORT TERM /6 AM MONDAY MORNING THROUGH WEDNESDAY/... As of 250 PM EDT Sunday... Unsettled period of wx expected Mon through mid week as upper level low pres tracks very slowly into/through the SE CONUS states. At the same time...gusty onshore winds will be feeding cool/moist air from the ocean. Initially...Mon-Tue...blended guidance showing that pcpn will be slow to push N across all of the local area. As the upper low moves a little closer by late Tue into Wed...there will be an increased threat for more widespread RA...potentially locally heavy (esp far S and SE portions of VA into NE NC) (and HWO will continue to highlight the potential). WPC has outlooked that area by day 3 MRGL for excessive rainfall. Tstm chcs are expected to remain low through Tue then increase by Wed. Total QPF through Wed may reach a few inches over srn/SE VA-NE NC. Temperatures will avg well below normal through the period. Highs Mon/Tue will be mainly in the l-m70s. Lows Mon night in the u60s-l60s...except m60s at the coast in SE VA-NE NC. Highs Wed will range through the 70s (maybe 80F far SE VA-NE NC). && .LONG TERM /WEDNESDAY NIGHT THROUGH SUNDAY/... As of 200 PM EDT Sunday... The initial part of the extended forecast period will continue to be dominated by a slowly weakening upper level low pres system INVOF the SE states. That upper low is expected to dissipate leaving a trough behind into next weekend. Onshore sfc winds combined w/ VRB clouds/mostly cloudy and SCT-likely (50-70%) PoPs will keep temperatures blo normal Thu. From Fri-Sat winds are expected to become more SSW...clouds more SCT and pcpn more ISOLD than SCT (PoPs 15-30%) leading to temperatures returning closer to normal. By Sun...a flat ridge aloft across the SE states is expected to lead to hot/mainly dry wx. Lows Wed night in the l-m60s...except u60s along coastal SE VA/NE NC. Highs Thu from the m70s W to the u70s-l80s at the coast. Lows Thu night in the l-m60s...except around 70F at the coast. Highs Fri in the l-m80s. Lows Fri night in the m-u60s...except around 70F at the coast. Highs Sat in the 80s at the coast...around 90F inland. Highs Sun mainly in the u80s-l90s. && .AVIATION /02Z MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY/... As of 845 PM EDT Sunday... VFR conditions across area terminals tonight will continue through the first half of the 00z/15 TAF period. However, currently noting gradually lowering CIGs are expected late tonight, in spotty light rain showers/sprinkles, impacting primarily the ECG/ORF terminals, though a few sprinkles could also reach KPHF terminal this evening and into the overnight. CIGs deteriorate further overnight, as an upper low to the west builds over the Carolinas. A brief period of MVFR CIGs will be possible at ECG along with the aforementioned showers. NE winds 10-15 kt into tonight (gusts to 20 kt esp at the coast). Clouds increase Mon morning w/ lower CIGs (MVFR) likely for all terminals except at SBY. There is a small chance we could see MVFR CIGS over SE terminals as early as 14-16z, but for now will hold off until aftn, as better moisture begins to push in to the local area. Outlook: Upper level low pres remains just W-SW of the FA into mid week...resulting in unsettled conditions (increased CHCs for SHRAs/perhaps a few aftn/early evening tstms by Wed). High prob of MVFR/IFR conditions in low clouds and occasional light rain from Mon evening through the middle of the week...esp across srn/SE VA/NE NC. && .MARINE... As of 335 PM EDT Sunday... Afternoon surface analysis shows 1030+mb high pressure over eastern Canada with weak/diffuse low pressure to the south of FL, leading to east and northeast winds across the waters this afternoon. Winds are generally 10-15 knots over most of the area but obs show 15-20 knots across the southern waters. Waves in the bay are around 2 ft, closer to 3 ft at the mouth of the bay. Seas have started to trend upward with 4-5 ft S and 3-4 ft N. An inverted trough of low pressure is noted over the higher terrain of of eastern TN/KY and western portions of VA/NC. This surface trough has formed in response to a digging upper trough that is forecast to become a cut off low which lingers over the Southeast for much of the upcoming week. A prolonged period of onshore east/northeast winds is forecast between high pressure to the north and weak low pressure/surface trough near the SC coast. Started the southern (southern coastal waters, Currituck Sound, lower Ches Bay, and lower James River) SCA headlines a few hours early today to cover increasing winds and seas this afternoon. Model guidance shows a bit of a lull in winds tonight before increasing again into Monday morning. Went ahead and raised SCA flags for the remainder of the bay starting at 10AM Monday but opted not to issue any headlines for the York and Rappahannock where confidence in timing of the stronger winds is lower. Seas will build from south-to-north tonight with all coastal waters firmly in the 4-5 ft range by early Monday morning. Thus, maintained the 4AM start time for the northern coastal water`s SCA. Seas continue to build on Monday with 5-7 ft S and 4-6 ft N by sunset. Waves in the bay will range from 2-4 ft on Monday with 4-5 ft near the mouth of the bay. Conditions will remain largely steady from Monday into Tuesday with continued onshore flow. Winds are forecast to begin to weaken somewhat Tuesday night but considerable uncertainty exists with respect to the upper low`s placement which will have downstream effects on the surface pressure pattern/orientation and resulting wind fields. Regardless, seas look to remain above SCA thresholds through Wednesday before continuing to slowly subside late this week. The persistent cut off low moves N and weakens on Friday before finally sliding offshore on Saturday. The result will be lighter winds (shifting to S) Friday which will become SW Sunday through Sunday night. High pressure builds in Sunday. Waves subside to 1 to 2 ft and seas subside to 2 to 3 feet. Sub-SCA winds and waves expected at this time. && .TIDES/COASTAL FLOODING... Moderate risk for rip currents today, forecast to increase to high risk from VA Beach south on Mon and all beaches on Tue given building seas and onshore flow. At this time, not anticipating much in the way of tidal flooding into the coast and Bay, though current forecasts have water levels at some sites into action stage Tue-Wed so there is some potential for minor flooding. && .AKQ WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES... MD...None. NC...None. VA...None. MARINE...Small Craft Advisory until 6 AM EDT Tuesday for ANZ632>634-638- 656-658. Small Craft Advisory from 10 AM Monday to 6 AM EDT Tuesday for ANZ630-631. Small Craft Advisory from 4 AM Monday to 6 AM EDT Tuesday for ANZ650-652-654. && $$ SYNOPSIS...AJB NEAR TERM...ALB/MAM SHORT TERM...AJB LONG TERM...ALB AVIATION...AJB/MAM MARINE...RHR/RMM TIDES/COASTAL FLOODING...
National Weather Service Hastings NE
618 PM CDT Sun Jun 14 2020 .SHORT TERM...(This evening through Monday) Issued at 344 PM CDT Sun Jun 14 2020 The challenge in today/tonight`s forecast is the small precip chances. A weak disturbance is moving across the area, allowing very weak reflectivity returns across the forecast area. This continues from activity over the High Plains this morning. Earlier runs of the HRRR and NAMNest kept this spotty sprinkle activity ongoing through the area, so have updated the forecast to add it throughout the day. However, with cloud bases generally over 12kft and significant 30-40+ temp/dewpoint spreads, not sure any of the weak reflectivity returns are even reaching the ground...but cannot rule out a stray sprinkle here or there, thus have it in through the day moving from west to east. This cloud cover has put a bit of a hit into temps...over portions of the area, with the thickest cloud cover seeing slightly cooler temps and areas to the east seeing temps slightly exceeding expectations as of 3pm. Tonight much of the models continue to indicate activity developing over the High Plains/Sandhills...and as of 3pm a few diurnally driven storms have developed north of Ogallala, NE. There is question if this activity will move into central Nebraska...but with enough guidance indicating the potential, kept the low chances in the forecast. Did push back the start time until closer to midnight...vs and evening thing. High res guidance shows activity developing or lingering partly in support of a strong low level jet/moisture transport. Thus have pops through the overnight hours. Lows will be in the upper 60s and low 70s. Monday...similar to today...a number of high-res models indicate the potential for light precip early Monday...have included sprinkle chances until mid-morning for much of the central and eastern portions of the area. This shouldn`t amount to much if it does. Monday will continue to be hot, dry and breezy. Southerly winds will persist and highs will again be in the 90s for all. As previous forecaster has mentioned, fire concerns are slightly elevated with strong winds and low relative humidities and with a lack of much recent moisture...fuels are drying out. The main threat for this is for the southwestern portions of the area. .LONG TERM...(Tuesday through Sunday) Issued at 344 PM CDT Sun Jun 14 2020 The main upper pattern will persist with the upper ridging pushing eastward into the middle of the week. The upper trough over the Northwest will sit there through at least the first half of the work week...a number of disturbances will eject northeastward out of the base of the trough, but the main energy is far enough north that it shouldn`t impact the Central Plains a lot. However, by Wednesday night into Thursday a front associated with one of the stronger disturbances moving northeast into the Northern Plains will move through the area. Now that being said...there is a lack of confidence on exactly when this front will move through the region...and when it does...we are in a favorable pattern for strong to severe that is something to watch for mid-late along and ahead of this frontal passage. Once the front does move through...the main question is what will happen with it. Will it move south of the area, will it move back and forth...north and south across the area? This question impacts precipitation potential and temperatures quite a bit, and expect revisions to both a number of times before consensus wins out. The upper pattern does shift becoming more zonal and unsettled for the weekend then northwesterly as the ridge builds in back to the west by the end of the weekend. Highs for the first half of the week remain in the 90s and ahead of this front...southerly winds will remain breezy. Once the front moves will impact will any the end of the week`s temp forecast is difficult at best...but thinking at least cooler than the first half of the week. && .AVIATION...(For the 00Z KGRI/KEAR TAFS through 00Z Tuesday) Issued at 610 PM CDT Sun Jun 14 2020 VFR conditions are forecast for this TAF period. Kept the forecast dry, with confidence in any impactful precipitation affecting the terminal sites remaining low. Expecting gusty southerly winds to continue through the period, diminishing a touch overnight before picking back up after sunrise tomorrow. Even with the gusty conditions, models continue to show the potential for LLWS starting around 02Z and continuing into the early morning hours. && .GID WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES... NE...NONE. KS...NONE. && $$ SHORT TERM...Billings Wright LONG TERM...Billings Wright AVIATION...ADP
Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service North Platte NE
725 PM CDT Sun Jun 14 2020 .SYNOPSIS... Issued at 306 PM CDT Sun Jun 14 2020 H5 analysis from earlier this morning had high pressure anchored over Oklahoma with a high amplitude ridge extending north into central Manitoba. West of the ridge, a closed low was located over central Washington State with a trough extending south into northern Nevada. Downstream of the ridge, a weaker, closed low was located over east central Indiana. A trough extended south from this feature into northeastern Florida. Across the Central Plains, weak disturbances, oriented from western North Dakota into the Nebraska Panhandle were present. This led to some elevated instability and clouds earlier this morning from western North Dakota into western Kansas. This cloud cover had begun to dissipate by mid-day as it progresses east into the ridge axis. At the surface, low pressure was located over southern Saskatchewan with a cold front extending south southwest into central Wyoming. A stationary front extended to the southeast into far NE Nebraska and central Missouri. A surface trough of low pressure extended south into west central Nebraska and denoted a wind shift line with southerly winds east of the feature and southwest and westerly winds west of this feature. Skies this afternoon were partly cloudy to mostly clear and temperatures ranged from 85 at Ainsworth and O`Neill to 96 at Gordon and Imperial. && .SHORT TERM...(This evening through Monday night) Issued at 306 PM CDT Sun Jun 14 2020 Thunderstorm chances, mainly this evening, followed by temperatures, will be the main forecast challenges over the next 24 to 36 hours. For tonight: The latest CAMS and high res models including the NAM Nest and the HRRR develop some isolated convection INVOF the surface trough during the 20 to 22z time frame this afternoon. This activity will try to progress to the east and northeast into the evening hours and will be aided to some degree by an increasing low level jet. However, I do not see much of this convection reaching the northeastern portions of the forecast area much after midnight. As this activity migrates east, it will lift into the H5 ridge axis, which will weaken it quickly. As for the severe threat further west, meager low level moisture, and inverted V type soundings as indicated in the 12z KLBF RAOB, would suggest a gusty wind threat. This is supported by forecast D CAPE`s around 1500 J/KG generally west of a line from North Platte to Bassett. As for a hail and wind threat: Fairly weak deep layer shear, high LCL`s and very high freezing levels suggest little or no tornado threat and a very limited hail threat. Heavy rain does not appear to be a major issue this evening as well as the 12z KLBF RAOB indicate storm motions in the 30 to 40 KT range and PWATS around 3/4ths of an inch. As for lows tonight, I utilized a blend of persistence and the warmer MAV guidance, and tossed out the MET guidance as it seemed too cool given the degree of winds tonight. Believe this was the best course of action, given the favorable mixing setup overnight which will keep lows elevated. A mid level shortwave, lifting across North Dakota tonight, will force the before mentioned cold front into northwestern South Dakota Monday morning, stalling this feature over southern South Dakota Monday afternoon. South of the front, temperatures will surge into the lower to middle 90s once again across western and north central Nebraska. Given the expected dew points in the lower to middle 50s for Monday, highs were trended toward the warmer ECS and MAV statistical guidance and the MET was thrown out. .LONG TERM...(Tuesday through Sunday) Issued at 306 PM CDT Sun Jun 14 2020 The hot dome of air will remain in place across the forecast area through Wednesday. Highs both days will reach well into the 90s. By Wednesday evening, a shortwave trough will finally make its way into North Dakota and southern Canada. This will force a cold front through the area Wednesday night. Along the front, we could see our best chances for precipitation up to this point in the forecast period. In fact, highs behind the front Thursday and Friday will be in the upper 70s to lower 80s. Forecast highs will remain in the upper 70s to lower 80s into Saturday and Sunday. Behind the front there will be an increased threat for showers and thunderstorms Thursday into Sunday with the greatest threat being on Friday night. && .AVIATION...(For the 00Z TAFS through 00Z Monday evening) Issued at 721 PM CDT Sun Jun 14 2020 Gusty south winds will diminish some this evening but remain strong off the surface which will lead to low-level wind shear. Isolated to widely scattered thunderstorms will also be possible through midnight. VFR conditions are expected to prevail through tonight and into Monday. && .LBF WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES... None. && $$ SYNOPSIS...Buttler SHORT TERM...Buttler LONG TERM...Buttler AVIATION...Taylor
Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Marquette MI
626 PM EDT Sun Jun 14 2020 .SHORT TERM...(This evening through Monday) Issued at 418 PM EDT SUN JUN 14 2020 WV imagery and RAP analysis indicate a blocking pattern with a prominent mid/upper level ridge from the Southern Plains to the Upper Mississippi Valley and northwest Ontario. At the surface, southeast low level winds were increasing through MN, WI and western Upper Michigan between a ridge from the Quebec into the central Great Lakes and a trough over the western Plains. Mostly sunny skies prevailed with only a few high clouds filtering into the area from the northwest. Tonight, even with very dry air lingering over the area, the increasing se winds will hold temps from dropping off as far. Expect min readings from the lower 40s inland central and east to the upper 40s near Lake Superior where downslope flow prevails. Monday, a band of elevated shra/tsra is expected to develop to the west of Upper Michigan in an area of stronger 850 mb theta-e advection with a 40 knot low level jet. Forecast MUCAPE values into the 1000-1500 range will support convective potential. However, expect the pcpn to weaken as it moves into western Upper Michigan from 12z-15z as it encounters the much drier air to the east and as the LLJ weakens during the morning. Otherwise, WAA will help push temps into the upper 70s west and lower 70s east with cooler conditions along Lake Michigan. Mixing heights may be lower, but should be enough to drop dewpoints into the mid 30s central and east resulting in RH values to around 25 percent. Winds also gusting to around 20 mph will result in continuing fire weather concerns. .LONG TERM...(Monday night through Sunday) Issued at 404 PM EDT SUN JUN 14 2020 This week is still setting up to be a warm or even hot one, with highs in the 80s or even low 90s Tuesday through at least Thursday and increasing humidity as well. The end of the week continues to look unsettled with the approach of a cold front, but the slowing trend of the past few days continues, with precip now not expected until late Thursday at the earliest. Cooler weather is still likely behind the front, but it may end up taking a while for the front to clear the area given that blocking downstream isn`t expected to ease up until at least Saturday. Kicking things off Monday night, it`s still looking warm and breezy with a southwesterly LLJ moving in from the west. That breeze will keep temps up overnight, especially downslope of the higher terrain where models often seem to struggle to capture how warm it can be overnight. Went towards the very high end of guidance in those areas resulting in low in the upper 50s to mid 60s, and then closer to the cooler statistical guidance over the interior where lows should still at least make it into the upper 40s. The warming trend continues Tuesday through Thursday with GEFS mean 850 mb temps still around 17-19 C all three days, with various deterministic guidance still peaking at around 20 C early Wednesday morning. Once again went with more or less the 75th percentile for high temps, although once again had to pencil out some of the unrealistically hot temps in some known trouble spots for the bias-corrected guidance. Should easily see highs on Tuesday in the 80s west half and upper 70s east half with a few 90-degree readings possible over the interior west. Given the warming aloft, Wednesday still looks like the hottest day with highs in at least the mid 80s everywhere except the immediate Lake Michigan shoreline and much of the area flirting with 90. Given the south to southwest downslope wind, the Lake Superior lakebreeze will have a tough time pushing inland at all allowing Marquette and Houghton to both reach right around 90 for a high. The nights will be getting warmer too; both Tuesday night and Wednesday night should be about 5 degrees warmer than Monday night. Thursday now looks nearly as hot as Wednesday given how much the cold front has slowed down in the models over the past couple of days. But that front will eventually make it here. Best guess right now is sometime late Thursday. With it being delayed, confidence is increasing that there will be enough instability built up to allow for thunderstorms with the front Thursday evening and right through the day Friday. With the front having outrun and deeper forcing or stronger wind aloft, shear profiles look paltry, so strong to severe storms seem very unlikely at this point. However there may end up being a little bit of a flash flood concern by Friday depending on just how much the front stalls. Modest CAPE with tall skinny profiles, little to no shear, shear vectors oriented along the front, warm cloud depths modeled to be over 11 kft, and PWATs approaching or exceeding 1.5" are all ingredients for efficient heavy rain production. So far the models don`t depict any dramatic QPF "bombs" yet but the pattern is there so the Thursday night- Friday time period may bear watching, especially as it gets into range of the higher-res guidance. Temps this weekend remain uncertain owing to uncertainty in how quickly the front clears the area - or doesn`t. Therefore did not deviate from the NBM which shows highs cooling back off into the 70s for next weekend. && .AVIATION...(For the 00Z TAFS through 00Z Monday evening) Issued at 626 PM EDT SUN JUN 14 2020 VFR conditions will continue through the forecast periods. && .MARINE...(For the 4 PM Lake Superior forecast issuance) Issued at 418 PM EDT SUN JUN 14 2020 High pres well off to the east with a low pres trough slowly moving toward the Upper Great Lakes is expected through Wed. Although winds should remain mostly under 20kt, the pattern is favorable for some stronger winds at times that may gust to 20-30kt at high obs platforms, particularly over the e half of Lake Superior. && .MQT WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES... Upper Michigan... None. Lake Superior... None. Lake Michigan... None. && $$ SHORT TERM...JLB LONG TERM...RJC AVIATION...07 MARINE...JLB
Area Forecast Discussion...UPDATED
National Weather Service Shreveport LA
931 PM CDT Sun Jun 14 2020 .UPDATE... Scattered convection that was ongoing across North Central Louisiana has almost entirely dissipated. A few isolated storms continue just south of the CWA, and these could brush portions of our southern-most parishes just east of Toledo Bend Reservoir prior to 04z. However, the overall coverage and chances for rain are far too low to warrant inserting mentionable PoPs. Otherwise, the forecast looks to be largely on track this evening. No updates are anticipated. CN && .PREV DISCUSSION... /issued 646 PM CDT Sun Jun 14 2020/ AVIATION... For the 15/00z TAFs, scattered convection moving west over North Central Louisiana is gradually weakening and should dissipate completely during the first couple of hours of the period. Otherwise, VFR and SKC conditions should prevail at most sites for the next 24 hours. Some brief, patchy fog cannot be completely ruled out around sunrise, especially around KLFK. Otherwise, easterly or northeasterly surface winds will continue during the day Monday with more daytime cu likely. CN PREV DISCUSSION... /issued 300 PM CDT Sun Jun 14 2020/ SHORT TERM.../Tonight through Monday night/ Nice cumulus field along and south of I-20, and few cu to the north as well. Radar is showing some good return from echos to our East. Nothing real exciting in our area just yet, but a cluster of showers is cross the MS River now near Friday and St Joseph. A few isolated showers are also seen near Winnsboro, all of this activity is moving Westward at 10 mph. Some of this will get into cenLA and maybe toward Toledo Bend before nightfall. Otherwise, another nice late Spring day with air temps close to average in the upper 80s and mostly low 90s. Heat index is about the same with relative humidity at 40 percent last hour. The models HRRR is best with depiction of spotty isolated coverage expected for several more hours. We are still locked into the same pattern with the upper low core dropping into the East coast long wave and upper level ridging from Texas into the middle MS River valley. Expect light and variable to calm winds overnight with highest dew points in the area likely to see patchy fog perhaps in the coming nights with lows in the upper 60s still for an average. Highs tomorrow in the lower 90s once again with a few mid 90s for good measure. /24/ LONG TERM.../Tuesday through Saturday Night/ Upper ridge axis to remain amplified from the Rio Grande Valley nwd into the Great Lakes Region, as an upper low churns over the sern CONUS and another trof axis lingers over the nrn Rockies. This pattern looks to hold on through the upcoming work week, with weak high pressure at the sfc continuing to hold. Temps likely to continue to gradually moderate upwards, as abundant sunshine and lack of rainfall will contribute to drying soils/vegetation. Upper trof axis over the nwrn CONUS may finally erode the ridge axis enough towards the end of the week and into next weekend that we begin to see some at least isold aftn convection. As the upper trof finally is able to push ewd into the Plains, we may see some slightly better rain chances with an associated cold front late Saturday. /12/ && .PRELIMINARY POINT TEMPS/POPS... SHV 69 93 69 94 / 0 10 0 10 MLU 68 93 69 91 / 0 10 0 0 DEQ 66 93 68 93 / 0 10 0 0 TXK 67 91 69 90 / 0 10 0 0 ELD 65 93 67 90 / 0 10 0 0 TYR 70 92 70 93 / 0 10 0 0 GGG 68 93 69 94 / 0 10 0 0 LFK 69 93 70 95 / 0 10 0 10 && .SHV WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES... AR...None. LA...None. OK...None. TX...None. && $$ 09/13