MAIN AREAS OF SHOWERS ANTICIPATED TO REMAIN WEST OF THE KDHN...KPFN...KABY TERMINALS THROUGH A GOOD PORTION OF THE NIGHT ALTHOUGH A FEW RAINDROPS CAN NOT BE RULED OUT AROUND KDHN AT JUST ABOUT ANY TIME. VFR CONDITIONS SHOULD PREVAIL THROUGH MUCH OF THE NIGHT WITH LOWERED MVFR BASES NOT INCREASING UNTIL LATE. EXPECTING AREAS/WIDESPREAD MVFR/IFR CIGS/VIS IN SHOWERS AND STORMS TO COVER THE NORTHWEST PORTION OF THE AREA THURSDAY MORNING (INCLUDING KDHN). THIS CONVECTION WILL BECOME MORE LIKELY AS THE MORNING GOES ON FOR KABY AND KPFN...AND MORE LIKELY IN THE AFTERNOON FOR KTLH AND KVLD. THIS WILL BE JUST THE FIRST IN A LINE OF IMPULSES THAT WILL BRING BOUTS OF RAIN/STORMS TO THE FORECAST TERMINALS THROUGH SATURDAY EVENING
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