AVIATION...CONTINUED LOW LEVEL MOIST ENVIRONMENT WILL SUPPORT LOW CIGS THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT ONCE AGAIN WITH BREEZY EAST-NORTHEAST WINDS. THE INITIAL CONCERN WILL BE CONTINUED WESTWARD MOVING SHRA. INCLUDED AN EARLY MENTION OF IFR CONDITIONS IN -SHRA AT VLD. WILL ALSO HAVE TO WATCH A DEVELOPING BAND ACROSS THE SOUTHEAST FLORIDA BIG BEND FOR FUTURE IMPACTS TO THE PFN TERMINAL. MODELS ARE IN GOOD AGREEMENT THAT MVFR CIGS WITH OCNL IFR IMPACTS WILL BEGIN TO OVERSPREAD THE TERMINALS BY 06Z. EXPECT MVFR CIGS TO REMAIN THROUGH MUCH OF THE AFTERNOON ON THURSDAY. RAIN CHANCES WILL BE GREATEST AT THE VLD AND ABY TERMINALS...SO WILL INCLUDE TEMPOS THERE WITH PROB30S ELSEWHERE. IFR CONDITIONS WILL BE LIKELY WITH ANY SHRA.
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