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State Forecast Discussion

FXUS63 KMPX 032013
AFDMPX

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
313 PM CDT MON AUG 3 2015

.SHORT TERM...(THIS EVENING THROUGH TUESDAY)
ISSUED AT 313 PM CDT MON AUG 3 2015

A PLEASANT WEATHER PATTERN WILL PERSIST ACROSS THE FA THROUGH
TUESDAY AS HIGH PRESSURE FROM THE DAKOTAS TO IA MOVES SLOWLY OVER
MN AND WI. THE RATHER EXTENSIVE CU/SC FROM MILLE LACS TO RED WING
ON EASTWARD THIS AFTERNOON...IN RESPONSE TO THE CYCLONIC FLOW AND
COLDER AIR ALOFT...WILL DISSIPATE EARLY THIS EVENING. THIS PATTERN
WILL SHIFT EASTWARD BY TOMORROW AFTERNOON WITH ONLY FEW-SCT CU/SC
ACROSS THE AFOREMENTIONED AREA. MIXING THIS AFTERNOON HAS LOWERED
SURFACE DEW POINTS INTO THE MIDDLE 40S ACROSS WEST CENTRAL THROUGH
PORTIONS OF SOUTH CENTRAL MN WITH UPPER 40S TO LOWER 50S PRETTY
MUCH ELSEWHERE. RELATIVE HUMIDITY LEVELS THIS AFTERNOON HAVE
REACHED THE 35 TO 45 PERCENT RANGE ACROSS MUCH OF THE MN CWA.
AFTERNOON HUMIDITY LEVELS WILL LOWER TO ABOUT THIS SAME RANGE ON
TUESDAY AND EXTEND MORE INTO WESTERN WI. LOWS TONIGHT ARE
FORECAST TO REACH THE UPPER 40S TO LOWER 50S...WITH THE EXCEPTION
OF THE TWIN CITIES WHERE AROUND 60 IS INDICATED. HIGHS ON TUESDAY
WILL BE SIMILAR TO TODAY...WITH READINGS ABOUT 2 DEGREES WARMER.

.LONG TERM...(TUESDAY NIGHT THROUGH MONDAY)
ISSUED AT 313 PM CDT MON AUG 3 2015

WOULD REALLY LIKE TO SEE THE MEDIUM RANGE GUIDANCE HAS COME INTO
BETTER AGREEMENT ON THE FORECAST DETAILS FROM MID-WEEK ONWARD... BUT
THAT WOULD STILL BE AN INACCURATE STATEMENT. THERE IS AGREEMENT ON
SOME ASPECTS OF THE LARGE SCALE UPPER AIR PATTERN... WITH ALL
SOLUTIONS INDICATING THE CURRENT UPPER LOW INFLUENCING OUR AREA WILL
SHIFT EASTWARD AND THE PATTERN WILL BECOME SOMEWHAT ZONAL OVER
NORTHERN TIER OF THE CONUS WITH UPPER LOWS OVER BRITISH COLUMBIA AND
QUEBEC. HOWEVER... THERE WILL BE A NORTHERN SHORTWAVE FEATURE MOVING
THROUGH OUR AREA AND A SOUTHERN SHORTWAVE WORKING INTO THE OHIO
VALLEY DURING THE WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY TIME FRAME. THE GFS/S 12Z RUN
WAS CONSIDERABLY FASTER WITH THE NORTHERN WAVE... BUT MAINTAINS A
SIMILAR TRACK AND PCPN POTENTIAL FOR THE CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN
PORTION OF OUR AREA... ALBEIT 12 TO 24 HOURS SOONER. THE NAM IS
SIMILAR BUT SLOWER THAN THE GFS... AND MORE COMPACT WITH ITS SURFACE
REFLECTION... AND HOLDS PCPN CLOSER TO THE IOWA BORDER AS A RESULT.
THE ECMWF FOCUSES THINGS FARTHER NORTH/WEST... AND IS ALSO SLOWER
THAN THE GFS... WHILE THE GEM IS SOMEWHAT OF A PEACEMAKER AND
COMPRISES WITH ALL SOLUTIONS. THE ENSEMBLE GUIDANCE DOES LITTLE MORE
THAN INDICATE THERE IS UNCERTAINTY AND MOST POSSIBILITIES ARE
PLAUSIBLE. AFTER THE MIDWEEK SYSTEM... ATTENTION TURNS TOWARD THE
WEEKEND WITH THE NEXT MAIN SHORTWAVE FEATURE PROGGED TO MOVE ALONG
THE US/CANADIAN BORDER SOMETIME IN THE SATURDAY THROUGH LATE SUNDAY
TIME FRAME. ONCE AGAIN... THERE IS AGREEMENT ON THIS GENERAL IDEA...
BUT CONSIDERABLE DISAGREEMENT ON TIMING... LOCATION... AND
AMPLITUDE. THE ONE PERIOD WHERE THERE IS SOME BETTER AGREEMENT ON
DETAILS IS FRIDAY... WITH MOST GUIDANCE AND THE EXPECTED PATTERN
SUGGESTING MAINLY DRY ACROSS THE AREA. SO... FRIDAY WILL GENERALLY
HAVE THE LOWEST POPS FOR THE THURSDAY THROUGH SUNDAY TIME FRAME.
OTHERWISE... DISAGREEMENTS ON LOW CONFIDENCE STILL LEND THEMSELVES
TOWARD BRACKETING A FAIRLY LONG PERIOD OF TIME WITH LOW/MID CHANCE
POPS. AT THE TAIL END OF THE PERIOD... IT LOOKS LIKE WARMER
TEMPERATURES AND MORE HUMID CONDITIONS COULD WORK BACK INTO THE AREA
MONDAY AS UPPER RIDGING BUILDS OVER THE AREA.

&&

.AVIATION...(FOR THE 18Z TAFS THROUGH 18Z TUESDAY AFTERNOON)
ISSUED AT 1242 PM CDT MON AUG 3 2015

VFR THROUGH THE PERIOD. FEW-SCT050-070 THIS AFTERNOON ALONG WITH NW
WINDS 12-15 KNOTS GUSTING 18-24 KNOTS. HIGHEST WIND SPEEDS IN WI.
THE WINDS WILL DIMINISH QUICKLY THIS EVENING.

KMSP...VFR THROUGH THE PERIOD.

/OUTLOOK FOR KMSP/
WED...MAINLY VFR. CHC MVFR SHRA/TSRA. WIND E 5-10 KTS.
THU...MAINLY VFR. CHC MVFR SHRA/TSRA. WIND SE 5-10 KTS.
FRI...MAINLY VFR. CHC MVFR SHRA/TSRA. WIND E 5-10 KTS.

&&

.MPX WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
MN...NONE.
WI...NONE.
&&

$$

SHORT TERM...RAH
LONG TERM...99
AVIATION...RAH