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NZUS66 KMFR 171305
SRGMFR

SOARING FORECAST FOR MFR           DATE... 04/17/14...12Z

THERMAL INDEX....MINUS SIGN INDICATES INSTABILITY
       5000 FT ASL........1.0
       6000 FT ASL........2.5
      10000 FT ASL........8.5
      15000 FT ASL........14.0

HEIGHT OF THE - 3 INDEX...3300 FT ASL
TOP OF THE LIFT...........4500 FT ASL
MFR MAX TEMPERATURE.......65 DEGREES F
FIRST USABLE LIFT.........67 DEGREES F
MAXIMUM LIFT..............210 FT/MIN

UPPER LEVEL WINDS
           5000 FT ASL....180 DEGREES AT 03 KNOTS
          10000 FT ASL....245 DEGREES AT 13 KNOTS

IT IS EMPHASIZED...THIS SOARING FORECAST INFORMATION IS VALID
ONLY FOR THE RAOB SITE AREA AND FREQUENTLY WILL NOT APPLY
TO OTHER AREAS IN THE STATE.





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