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FXCN38 CWEG 250845  
TAF FORECASTER NOTES ISSUED BY THE CANADIAN AVIATION METEOROLOGICAL  
CENTRE AT 0915 UTC SUNDAY 25 JUNE 2017.  
 
CYVR - VANCOUVER INTL.  
 
AS A RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE CONTINUES TO PREVAIL OVER THE SOUTH  
COAST, WEATHER REMAINS CLEAR TONIGHT AND TOMORROW MORNING. A FEW  
CLOUDS WILL DEVELOP TOMORROW AFTERNOON AS THE RIDGE MOVES EASTWARD.  
 
WINDS CONTINUE TO FOLLOW THE SEA BREEZE PATTERN WITH A LIGHT  
WEST-NORTHWESTERLY BREEZE DEVELOPING IN THE LATE MORNING AND  
DISSIPATING NEAR MIDNIGHT. WINDS OVERNIGHT EXPECTED TO REMAIN LIGHT  
AND VARIABLE.  
 
OUTLOOK: DRY CONDITIONS FOR MONDAY AS THE RIDGE IS SLOWLY BEING  
PUSHED EAST.  
 
WEATHER VARIABILITY: LO.  
 
FORECASTER CONFIDENCE NEXT 3 HOURS: HI.  
 
FORECASTER CONFIDENCE NEXT 6 HOURS: HI.  
 
END/LI/CMAC-W  
 
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