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MORNING HOT AIR BALLOON FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ST LOUIS MO
332 AM CDT FRI JUL 25 2014

...HERE IS THE MORNING HOT AIR BALLOON FORECAST
FOR THE ST LOUIS METRO AREA...

.THIS MORNING...
    SUNRISE:                         557 AM.

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           6 AM...150/05 MPH.
                                     8 AM...160/06 MPH.

    LATEST GEOSTROPHIC WIND:         1 AM...180/10 MPH.

    BOUNDARY LAYER WIND:             7 AM...170/10 MPH.
                                     1 PM...190/13 MPH.

    NWS DOPPLER WINDS (AT 0312 AM):  1000FT...130/16 MPH.
                                     2000FT...150/22 MPH.
                                     3000FT...160/18 MPH.

    SURFACE LIFTED INDEX:            7 AM...+10.
                                     1 PM...+1.

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                6 AM...914 FT.
                                     8 AM...1173 FT.

    ADDITIONAL WEATHER INFO:         HIGH CLOUDS IN THE MORNING WILL
                                     THIN DURING THE AFTERNOON.


.OUTLOOK FOR THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:         819 PM.
    WEATHER:        A FEW HIGH CLOUDS ARE POSSIBLE.
    SURFACE WIND:   6 PM...170/12 MPH.
                    8 PM...170/10 MPH.
    BOUNDARY WIND:  7 PM...180/18 MPH.

THIS FORECAST IS NOT ROUTINELY UPDATED OR AMENDED OUTSIDE OF
SCHEDULED ISSUANCES.

&&

THIS FORECAST IS ALSO AVAILABLE AT PHONE NUMBER 636-441-8467
EXT 445.

$$

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