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National Weather Service Shreveport la
1128 PM CDT Tuesday Jul 22 2014

Aviation...
isolated convection continues across northern MS late this evening
along the northern periphery of a closed low pressure system
spinning across southeast la. All we are left with is debris cloud cover
spilling over NE la with thin cirrus across the remainder of the
region this evening.

With the 06z taf package...will continue with patchy fog wording
across most terminals towards the predawn hours on Wednesday. Any fog
will lift by 13z with the development of a cumulus field by 15-16z
timeframe. Continued with the thunderstorms in the vicinity wording at the mlu terminal
only during the afternoon/early evening hours. Otherwise...VFR
conditions will continue.

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Previous discussion... /issued 910 PM CDT Tuesday Jul 22 2014/

Discussion...
upper-low across the southern Mississippi coast continuing a
westward migration this evening with isolated thunderstorms
continuing as far west as Natchez Mississippi and showers
skirting La Salle and Grant parishes. Despite the weakening
convection...will maintain slight chance probability of precipitation across these areas
through the remainder of the overnight hours based on the
possibility of an additional stray shower. Forecast remains on
track...no updates at this time. /05/

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Preliminary point temps/pops...
shv 71 93 73 95 74 / 0 20 20 30 20
mlu 70 92 72 93 70 / 20 20 20 30 20
deq 67 93 72 93 69 / 0 20 30 30 20
txk 69 93 73 94 71 / 0 20 30 30 20
eld 67 93 71 93 68 / 0 20 30 30 10
tyr 72 94 73 96 75 / 0 20 20 30 20
ggg 70 93 73 96 75 / 0 20 20 30 20
lfk 73 94 73 96 75 / 10 30 20 30 20

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Shv watches/warnings/advisories...
Arkansas...none.
La...none.
OK...none.
Texas...none.
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