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Area forecast discussion 
National Weather Service Memphis Tennessee
256 PM CST Monday Nov 30 2015

a Rex block over western North America that resulted in a static
downstream weather pattern was finally showing signs of breaking
down. The large upper level low over western U.S. Will lift from
the central rockies into the Great Lakes early Wednesday...with
sufficient height falls over the midsouth to drive the surface
cold front and midlevel subtropical moisture plume to the Gulf.
Sunny afternoon skies will prevail over most of the midsouth
from Wednesday through the first part of the weekend. In contrast
to the past weekend...this Saturday will see sunny skies and mild

A progressive late autumn pattern will prevail into early next
week. GFS and European model (ecmwf) models remained in good agreement in bringing
a compact upper low east from the Central Plains into the middle MS
River Valley on Monday. This feature will bring our next chance
of rain Sunday night and Monday. In the interim...daytime temperatures
will average near or a few degrees above early December normals.



18z taf set

LIFR/IFR conditions will continue across the midsouth over at
least the next 18 hours. Thereafter...conditions will begin
improving to VFR across the area beginning in kjbr first...and
possibly kmem and kmkl just before end of taf set. Light and
variable winds will become northwest overnight as the cold front pushes
through. However...speeds will remain 6 kts or less.



Meg watches/warnings/advisories...


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