AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE FL
830 PM EST Sun Jan 29 2012

UPDATE...
A dry cold FRONT passed earlier this morning, leaving colder
temperatures behind it. Lows tonight will be at or below freezing
across most of the region with colder areas dipping into the upper
20s and urban areas such AS downtown Tallahassee staying a little
warmer. HIGH PRESSURE is now building across the area and is raising
the pressure GRADIENT, increasing WIND speeds over the water. Winds
tonight over the marine area will be from the northeast at 15 to 20
knots, which requires a cautionary headline. RAIN chances will
increase later this week by Wednesday, and Thursday will see a
CHANCE of thunderstorms.

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.AVIATION (Through 00Z Tuesday)...
VFR conditions will prevail through the entire TAF period with very
light or CALM winds at NIGHT, and E to NE winds between 5 and 10 KTS
during the day on Monday. Sky conditions will have virtually no
impact on aviation, with just patches of high CIRRUS which will
LIKELY be BKN at ECP from time to time