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258 FXUS64 KSJT 181706 AAA AFDSJT AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION...UPDATED NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN ANGELO TX 1106 AM CST Thu Dec 18 2014 .UPDATE... The forecast was updated to remove the mention of morning fog from the forecast. Also tweaked temps, dewpoints and sky cover to reflect current trends. Updated zones sent. && .PREV DISCUSSION... /ISSUED 553 AM CST THU DEC 18 2014/ AVIATION... /12Z TAFS/ LIFR/IFR Ceilings and visibilities will lift this morning. Skies have already cleared at KABI, but there remains the potential for light fog until sunrise. IFR CIGS return this evening as low level moisture returns behind a weak cold front. Light showers are possible toward the end of the TAF period. PREV DISCUSSION... /ISSUED 405 AM CST Thu Dec 18 2014/ SHORT TERM... (Today and Tonight) Patchy areas of dense fog had developed this morning, especially south and east of an Ozona to Brownwood line. The low clouds and fog, however, will clear through mid morning as a weak surface trough moves through, bringing drier southwesterly winds. High cloudiness will be increasing in the afternoon with approach of an upper trough from the west. A weak cold front will move through the region this afternoon. Only areas north of I-20 however will see any cold advection. An upper trough in Baja California this morning will bring weak lift over the cold front, mainly towards and after midnight. Mid level lapse rates increase to 7-7.5 degrees/KFT, so there could be an isolated thunderstorm where moisture is deepest. This area will be mainly south and east of the Concho Valley. 04 LONG TERM... (Friday through next Wednesday) By Friday morning, the upper level trough axis is expected to still west of the CWA, so we will likely still have scattered showers in the area Friday morning before the trough axis move through the area. So, have kept PoPs going for the entire area Friday morning, with most of the activity moving out by Friday afternoon, although there may be some very light spotty showers around the area Friday afternoon. Temperatures will be 10 to 20 degrees cooler Friday as additional cooler air slides into the area from the northeast, and lingering clouds/rain limit heating. The pattern will remain rather progressive following Friday with another weak upper level trough crossing the area Saturday night into Sunday. However, this trough is not expected to result in any precipitation, and will be followed by a Pacific cold front, without any significant cooling. A stronger system will move into the north central plains area Monday, resulting in a broad deepening trough over the central U. S., and send a more substantial, but dry, cold front through our area Monday night. So, after steadily warming temperatures through Monday, Tuesday will cool back down to near normal for highs. 20 && .PRELIMINARY POINT TEMPS/POPS... Abilene 61 42 48 35 55 / 5 40 30 5 5 San Angelo 66 45 54 35 59 / 5 40 30 5 5 Junction 68 48 56 38 60 / 10 70 50 0 5 && .SJT WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES... NONE. && $$ 99/99