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Western Washington


433 
FXUS66 KSEW 212241
AFDSEW

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
340 PM PDT THU AUG 21 2014

.SYNOPSIS...A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM ALOFT WILL MOVE SOUTHEAST OVER THE 
REGION TONIGHT BRINGING A THREAT OF SHOWERS MAINLY IN THE MOUNTAINS 
THROUGH FRIDAY NIGHT. HIGHER PRESSURE ALOFT IS THEN FORECAST TO 
BUILD OVER THE PACIFIC NW OVER THE WEEKEND FOR MORE SUNSHINE AND 
WARMER DAYTIME TEMPERATURES...LIKELY CONTINUING WELL INTO NEXT WEEK.

&&

.SHORT TERM...SATELLITE IMAGERY SHOWS THE UPPER RIDGE IS NOW INSIDE 
145W WITH THE WEAK SHORTWAVE NEAR 130W DIGGING SE. THE SHORTWAVE 
SHOULD ROLL INTO THE PACIFIC NW TONIGHT AND DEVELOP INTO A CLOSED 
UPPER LOW IN THE PACIFIC NW INTERIOR FRIDAY. ENOUGH COOLING ALOFT 
AND INSTABILITY FOR A THREAT OF TSTMS FOR THE NORTH CASCADES THIS 
EVENING. AS OF MID AFTERNOON...SEEING SOME POP UP ON DOPPLER WEATHER 
RADAR JUST EAST OF THE CASCADE CREST.  

AT THE SURFACE...LOW LEVEL ONSHORE FLOW WITH MAINLY WEST TO EAST 
PRESSURE GRADIENTS CONTINUES BUT IS WEAKER THAN ON WEDNESDAY. THE 
MARINE CLOUDS WITH TOPS BETWEEN 2 AND 3K FT THAT BLANKETED MUCH OF 
THE WESTERN WA LOWLANDS THIS MORNING DISSIPATED MIDDAY TODAY. 
ANTICIPATE AN INCREASE IN THE MARINE CLOUDS OVERNIGHT WITH THE 
INCOMING SHORTWAVE YET THE COOLING ALOFT WILL LIKELY NOT PERMIT 
SOLID CLOUD COVER FRIDAY MORNING. THE PRIMARY SHOWER THREAT SHOULD 
REMAIN IN THE MOUNTAINS WITH ANOTHER CHANCE OF TSTMS IN THE 
CASCADES. YET A SMALL SHOWER THREAT IS POSSIBLE IN THE INTERIOR. 

THE PROGS ARE A BIT FASTER IN EXITING THE DEVELOPING UPPER LOW. SO 
THE SHOWER THREAT ENDS FRIDAY NIGHT AS RIDGING ALOFT NOSES IN TOWARD 
WESTERN WA. SATURDAY PROMISES MORE SUNSHINE AFTER AREAS OF MORNING 
CLOUDS WITH DAYTIME TEMPERATURES REBOUNDING. THAT TREND CONTINUES 
INTO SUNDAY. THE 00Z ECMWF SHORTWAVE BARRELING THROUGH THE REGION 
ON SUNDAY IS NO LONGER THERE AND ALL THE PROGS IMPLY SIMPLY PAUSING 
THE RISING HEIGHTS THAT DAY AS WHATEVER IS LEFT OF THAT SHORTWAVE 
SLIDES SE AND INLAND IN THE NW FLOW ALOFT. BUEHNER

.LONG TERM...THE OVERALL TREND IN THE GUIDANCE IS FOR THE UPSTREAM 
UPPER RIDGE TO MOVE ONSHORE TUE AND THAT MAY BE THE WARMEST DAY OF 
THE WEEK. THEN THE FLOW ALOFT BECOMES MORE WESTERLY OR ZONAL YET 500 
MB HEIGHTS ARE RELATIVELY HIGH. THE ACCOMPANYING LOW LEVEL ONSHORE 
FLOW SHOULD MAINTAIN DAYTIME TEMPS AT OR A BIT ABOVE SEASONAL 
AVERAGE INTO THURSDAY THOUGH THERE IS SOME INDICATION OF SAGGING 
HEIGHTS ALOFT BEFORE THE END OF THE WEEK THAT MAY SIGNAL A GRADUAL 
COOLING TREND AND SOME INCREASE IN LOW LEVEL ONSHORE FLOW. BUEHNER

&&

.AVIATION...THE WEAK UPPER LEVEL TROUGH THAT HAS BEEN MOVING DOWN 
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST TODAY WILL PASS OVER WASHINGTON TONIGHT 
AND INTO EASTERN OREGON BY SATURDAY MORNING. LIGHT WESTERLY FLOW 
WILL BECOME NORTHERLY BY SATURDAY MORNING. LOW LEVEL FLOW WILL 
REMAIN ONSHORE AND THE AIR MASS WILL REMAIN SLIGHTLY UNSTABLE THIS 
AFTERNOON...MAINLY OVER THE NORTHERN WASHINGTON CASCADES NEAR THE 
CREST.   

LINGERING STRATUS OVER HOOD CANAL HAS CLEARED AS OF 22Z. THE UPPER 
LEVEL TROUGH MOVING INTO THE AREA THIS AFTERNOON HAS NOT BROUGHT 
MUCH IN THE WAY OF HIGH CLOUDS...BUT DOES APPEAR TO BE ENHANCING 
CONVECTION ALONG THE EAST SLOPES OF THE NORTH WASHINGTON CASCADES. A 
CHANCE OF THUNDERSTORMS REMAINS A POSSIBILITY ALONG THE CREST OF THE 
CASCADES THIS EVENING...MAINLY NORTH OF KING COUNTY.     

KSEA...CLEAR SKIES AND VFR CONDITIONS WILL PERSIST THIS EVENING... 
EXPECT LIMITED STRATUS TO FORM AGAIN TONIGHT WITH MVFR CEILINGS 12Z 
TO 15Z. SOUTHWEST WINDS 4 TO 8 KNOTS BECOMING LIGHT AND NORTHEAST 
AFTER 06Z. 

&&

.MARINE...THE VERY STATIC ONSHORE FLOW PATTERN WILL CONTINUE FOR THE 
NEXT SEVERAL DAYS. AS IS TYPICAL WITH THIS TYPE OF PATTERN...THE 
STRENGTH OF THE ONSHORE FLOW WILL VARY DIURNALLY AS WELL AS WITH A 
SERIES OF WEAK SYSTEMS THAT ARE FORECAST TO BRUSH THE REGION OVER 
THE NEXT FEW DAYS. EXPECT THE STRONGEST WESTERLY WINDS OVER THE 
CENTRAL AND EAST STRAIT DURING THE EVENING AND EARLY MORNING 
HOURS...EASING JUST BEFORE DAY BREAK THROUGH THE LATER MORNING. OVER 
THE COASTAL WATERS SOUTHERLY FLOW WILL BECOME NORTHWESTERLY FRIDAY. 
SURFACE HIGH PRESSURE BUILDING INSIDE OF 140 W WILL TIGHTEN UP 
SURFACE GRADIENTS SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT OVER THE COASTAL 
WATERS...BOOSTING THE NORTHWESTERLIES ABOVE SMALL CRAFT CRITERIA. 
WEST TO NORTHWESTERLY SWELL 4 TO 6 FEET AT AROUND 8 SECONDS WILL 
PERSIST THROUGH THE WEEKEND.    

&&

.SEW WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
WA...NONE.
PZ...SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY CENTRAL AND EAST STRAIT OF JUAN DE FUCA.

&&

$$

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Southwestern Washington and Western Oregon


199 
FXUS66 KPQR 212132
AFDPQR

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PORTLAND OR
231 PM PDT THU AUG 21 2014

.SYNOPSIS...NORTHWEST FLOW WILL CONTINUE OVER THE REGION THROUGH THE
REST OF THIS WEEK. AN UPPER LEVEL LOW PRESSURE DROPPING SOUTHEAST
ACROSS THE INLAND NORTHWEST TONIGHT COULD RESULT IN A SOME LIGHT
PRECIPITATION THROUGH FRIDAY MORNING AND A SLIM THREAT OF
THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS THE SOUTH WASHINGTON CASCADES FRIDAY AFTERNOON.
NORTHWEST TO NORTH FLOW ALOFT CONTINUES OVER THE WEEKEND MAINTAINING
ONSHORE LOW-LEVEL FLOW AND NEAR NORMAL OR SLIGHTLY BELOW NORMAL
DAYTIME TEMPERATURES. HIGH PRESSURE STRENGTHENS JUST OFFSHORE EARLY
NEXT WEEK...WHICH MAY RESULT IN SOME LIGHT OFFSHORE LOW-LEVEL FLOW.

&& 

.SHORT TERM...TODAY THROUGH SATURDAY...UPPER LOW SITTING OVER WESTERN
BRITISH COLUMBIA THIS AFTERNOON AND WILL MOVE SOUTH THROUGH FRIDAY.
COULD SEE SOME SHOWERS ALONG THE NORTH OREGON AND SOUTHWEST
WASHINGTON COAST THIS EVENING AS THE LOW MOVES INTO WESTERN
WASHINGTON. STILL SOMEUNCERTAINTY IN DRIZZLE FORECAST FOR OVERNIGHT
AND INTO FRIDAY MORNING WITH NAM SHOWING MORE WIDESPREAD MOISTURE SO
DECIDED TO KEEP DRIZZLETO MARINE...COASTAL...AND SOUTHERN WILLAMETTE
VALLEY AND CASCADES WHERE MOISTURE IS HIGHEST ACROSS THE MODELS. 

LATER FRIDAY...MODELS HAVE SHIFTED THE CENTER OF THE LOW JUST A BIT
SOUTH...OVER THE OREGON IDAHO BOREDER BY 00Z SATURDAY. BEST
INSTABILITY STILL LOOKS LIKE IT WILL REMAIN OVER CENTRAL AND EASTERN
WASHINGTON SO THUNDER CHANCES IN OUR AREA SHOULD STAY NEAR THE MT
ADAMS AREA. KEPT FORECAST CONSISTENT FROM THIS MORNING'S UPDATE WITH
A SLIGHT CHACE OF THUNDER JUST OVER EASTERN SKAMANIA COUNTY FOR THE
LOCAL FORECAST AREA WITH SHOWERS IN THE NORTH OREGON CASCADSE. PRECIP
CHANCES DROP OFF QUICKLY SATURDAY AS THE UPPER LOW MOVES OFF TO THE
EAST. WITH WINDS OUT OF THE NORTH AND MINIMAL AFTERNOON SKY
COVER...TEMPS WILL WARM THROUGH THE WEEKEND AS HIGH PRESSURE MOVES
BACK INTO THE AREA. BOWEN

.LONG TERM...UPPER LEVEL RIDGING WILL MOVE ONSHORE ALLOWING 
TEMPERATURES TO INCREASE SLIGHTLY ABOVE SEASONAL NORMS FOR THE 
BEGINNING PART OF NEXT WEEK. AS THE RIDGE BEGINS TO BREAKDOWN AND 
BECOME MORE ZONAL WE WILL SEE AN INCREASE IN LOW AND MID LEVEL 
MOISTURE. THIS WILL PROVIDE FOR AN INCREASE IN CLOUD COVER FOR THE 
LATTER PART OF NEXT WEEK. DO NOT EXPECT ANY PRECIPITATION IN THE 
NEAR FUTURE. /64

&&

.AVIATION...VFR CONDITIONS THIS AFTERNOON. MID-LEVEL CLOUDS WILL
INCREASE TONIGHT AS A WEAK FRONT MOVES OVER THE AREA. THE COAST
MAY SEE SOME DRIZZLE AFTER 08Z...BUT DO NOT THINK THERE WILL BE
MUCH DRIZZLE INLAND. FORECAST CONFIDENCE ON CEILING HEIGHT IS
LOW...BUT CURRENTLY THINK MAINLY MVFR CIGS FOR THE COAST AND
ALONG THE LOWER COLUMBIA RIVER VALLEY...INCLUDING KTTD. VFR
CONDITIONS OTHERWISE THROUGH FRIDAY MORNING.

KPDX AND APPROACHES...VFR TODAY WITH SOME MID AND HIGH LEVEL
CLOUDS. EXPECT MVFR CIGS FRIDAY MORNING AROUND 15Z...AND POSSIBLY
SOME DRIZZLE AS REMNANTS OF A WEAK FRONT MOVES ACROSS THE AREA. TJ

&&

.MARINE...A WEAK FRONT WILL DECAY AS IT MOVES ACROSS THE WATERS
THIS EVENING. HIGH PRESSURE WILL REBUILD FRIDAY AND NORTHERLY
WINDS WILL RETURN. HIGH PRESSURE WILL HOLD OVER THE NE PACIFIC
INTO NEXT WEEK. A THERMAL TROUGH OVER NORTHERN CALIFORNIA WILL
RESULT IN A TIGHTER PRESSURE GRADIENT OVER THE WATERS AT TIMES
ESPECIALLY IN THE AFTERNOONS AND EVENINGS...AND S OF CASCADE HEAD.
TJ

&&

.PQR WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
OR...NONE.
WA...NONE.
PZ...NONE.

&&


$$

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THIS DISCUSSION IS FOR NORTHWEST OREGON AND SOUTHWEST WASHINGTON 
FROM THE CASCADE CREST TO 60 NAUTICAL MILES OFFSHORE. THE AREA IS 
COMMONLY REFERRED TO AS THE FORECAST AREA.

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Southeastern Washington and Northeastern Oregon


770 
FXUS66 KPDT 220300
AFDPDT

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PENDLETON OR
800 PM PDT THU AUG 21 2014

.SHORT TERM...WATER VAPOR SHOWING UPPER LOW AND JET MOVING INTO THE 
PACIFIC NORTHWEST THIS EVENING. THUNDERSTORMS HAVE BEEN DEVELOPING 
OVER CENTRAL AND EASTERN WASHINGTON...NORTH OF OUR FORECAST AREA FOR 
THE MOMENT. MODELS SHOW THE POTENTIAL FOR SOME OF THIS ACTIVITY TO 
DEVELOP OVER THE SOUTHERN WASHINGTON CASCADES AND EAST SLOPES LATE 
THIS EVENING AND OVERNIGHT. CURRENT FORECAST HAS THIS COVERED. 
REMAINDER OF THE REGION WILL BE PARTLY CLOUDY. THE UPPER LOW WILL BE 
DIRECTLY OVER THE AREA FRIDAY AND WILL RESULT IN SHOWERS AND 
THUNDERSTORMS. EXPECT THIS ACTIVITY WILL CONTINUE INTO FRIDAY 
EVENING THEN TAPER OFF OVERNIGHT. CLOUD COVER AND A COOL AIRMASS 
ALOFT WILL PRODUCE HIGHS IN THE 70S WITH A FEW LOCATIONS INTO THE 
LOWER 80S. AS THE UPPER LOW MOVES OFF INTO IDAHO SATURDAY WRAP 
AROUND MOISTURE WILL BRING CLOUDS AND SHOWERS FOR THE BLUES AND 
WALLOWA COUNTY. 94

&&

.PREV DISC... /ISSUED 152 PM PDT THU AUG 21 2014/ 

SHORT TERM...TONIGHT THROUGH SUNDAY...THE PROGRESSION OF THE 
OVERALL TROUGH PATTERN OVER THE REGION TRANSITIONING TO A CLOSED LOW 
CONTINUES. CURRENTLY THE SHORTWAVE DROPPING INTO THE TROUGH WHICH 
WILL RESULT IN THE CLOSING OFF OF THE LOW PRESSURE IS OVER VANCOUVER 
ISLAND. IT IS INSTIGATING SOME CONVECTION OVER NORTHERN WASHINGTON 
AND DOWN THE EAST SLOPES OF THE CASCADES INTO KITTITAS COUNTY. THIS 
WILL LEAD TO SOME POSSIBLE SHOWERS OVER THE CENTRAL WASHINGTON 
CASCADES LATE THIS AFTERNOON AND CONTINUING OVERNIGHT AS THE LOW 
PRESSURE SETTLES OVER THAT AREA. ALSO STARTING TO SEE SOME SHALLOW 
CONVECTION TAKING PLACE OVER NORTHERN BLUE MOUNTAINS AND WALLOWA 
COUNTY. THIS COULD ALSO LEAD TO SOME SHOWERS OVERNIGHT FOR THAT 
AREA. THE BRUNT OF THE SHOWERS AND POTENTIAL THUNDERSTORMS WILL COME 
ON FRIDAY WITH THE UPPER LEVEL LOW BEING CENTERED OVER THE FORECAST 
AREA. EXPECT A CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS OVER THE 
WASHINGTON CASCADES AND EASTERN MOUNTAINS WITH JUST A SLIGHT CHANCE 
REST OF THE FORECAST AREA...EXCEPT CENTRAL OREGON THAT LOOKS TO 
REMAIN DRY. THE LOW WILL SHIFT EASTWARD FRIDAY NIGHT WITH SHOWERS 
DECREASING AND BE OVER THE NORTHERN ROCKIES ON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. 
THIS WILL LEAVE THE FORECAST AREA UNDER A COOL AND SLIGHTLY UNSTABLE 
ATMOSPHERE RESULTING IN SOME LINGERING SHOWERS FOR THE WASHINGTON 
CASCADES AND EASTERN MOUNTAINS OVER THE WEEKEND. TEMPERATURES WILL 
REMAIN COOL AND BELOW NORMAL THROUGH THE SHORT TERM.    

LONG TERM...SUNDAY NIGHT THROUGH THURSDAY...EC AND GFS IN FAIR 
AGREEMENT ON TRANSITION FROM TROUGH ON MONDAY TO RIDGE ON TUESDAY 
AND BACK TO A BROAD TROUGH WITH WESTERLY FLOW ON THURSDAY.  
TEMPERATURES WILL RISE TO ABOVE NORMAL BY MIDWEEK WITH THE RIDGE.  A 
FEW THUNDERSTORMS OVER MAINLY THE EASTERN MOUNTAINS ARE POSSIBLE 
MONDAY WITH THE DEPARTING TROUGH. 

AVIATION...00Z TAFS. VFR CONDITIONS WILL PREVAIL. SCT THUNDERSTORMS 
ARE POSSIBLE AFTER 18Z FOR KYKM.  WON'T MENTION IN OTHER AREAS TIL 
TIMING PROJECTIONS AND CONFIDENCE INCREASE. 

&&

.PRELIMINARY POINT TEMPS/POPS...
PDT  54  79  57  80 /  10  20  40  10 
ALW  58  80  60  79 /  10  20  40  10 
PSC  55  82  59  83 /  10  20  30  10 
YKM  55  79  57  82 /  20  40  30  10 
HRI  54  82  57  84 /  10  20  30  10 
ELN  56  78  54  81 /  20  50  30  10 
RDM  44  74  45  75 /   0  10  10   0 
LGD  50  73  50  71 /  10  30  50  20 
GCD  46  73  48  71 /  10  20  20  10 
DLS  57  80  59  85 /  10  30  20   0 

&&

.PDT WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
OR...NONE.
WA...NONE.
&&

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$$

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Northeastern Washington and Northern Idaho


819 
FXUS66 KOTX 212333
AFDOTX

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Spokane WA
432 PM PDT THU AUG 21 2014

.SYNOPSIS...
Thunderstorms are expected this evening over north Central and
northeast Washington into the Idaho Panhandle. Friday has the
potential to be even wetter for the Inland Northwest with good
chances for thunderstorms region-wide, including the Columbia
Basin and Palouse. Locally heavy rain and frequent lightning will
accompany thunderstorms. The threat for widely scattered showers
and thunderstorms will continue into the weekend, followed by a
warmer and drier pattern by the middle of next week.

&&

.DISCUSSION...

Tonight through Friday: As a trough pattern continues to build into
the region, widespread convection will bring thunderstorms with
brief periods of heavy downpours, small hail, and gusty winds to
the northern portion of Washington and the Idaho Panhandle. A
shortwave embedded in the trough will push into the region in the
early evening and allow for the Eastern Cascades and portions of
the central Columbia Basin to begin to have some isolated
convection develop during the overnight hours. With potential
thunderstorms impacting the burn scar areas, flash flooding is
possible during the heavy downpours from these cells.

A Low pressure system will begin to move along the 
Oregon/Washington border on Friday and bring another wave of
instability to the region and bring the potential for isolated 
thunderstorms to the Inland Northwest. The amount of cloud cover
in the northern portion of the region will keep diminsh the
chances for thunderstorms. But most other locations will The slow
steering flow with the Low and the amount of PWAT value of 0.8"
and decent SB CAPE in the Cascades area will keep the potential
for flash flooding as the cells will be slow moving and drop a
lot of rain over the burn scars. /JDC

Saturday through Saturday night: The region will be in between
weather systems as some shortwave ridging builds in. Lingering
showers and an isolated thunderstorm threat is expected in extreme
southeastern WA and in the Panhandle as low pressure exits the
region. A stiff northerly breeze will continue through the Purcell
Trench into Saturday. Northerly winds down the Okanogan Valley
will usher in some drier air across the basin with dew points
dropping into the low to mid 40s. Temperatures on Saturday will
remain below normal with highs generally in the 70s to low 80s.
/SVH

Sunday through Thursday...There is general model agreement during
the extended period. 

Sunday and Monday: Another upper level wave will track across
northeast Washington into the Idaho Panhandle Sunday night into
Monday. This will bring another round of scattered showers and
isolated thunderstorms to the northern mountains and Idaho
Panhandle, with a few showers also possibly coming off the
mountains into the Spokane/Coeur D'Alene area due to a favorable
northwest steering flow.

Tuesday and Wednesday: An upper level ridge will build in
bringing a warmer and drier conditions. 850mb temps of 21-23C on
Wednesday will yield more summer like conditions with valley highs
in the mid 80s to lower 90s.

Thursday: Another upper level trough descending out of British
Columbia will flatten the ridge on Thursday. Increasing
thermal/pressure gradients especially near the Cascades will bring
an increase in winds. Given this is a day 7 forecast confidence
in precise wind values is low...but the potential for breezy to
locally windy conditions exists. JW

&&

.AVIATION... 
00Z TAFS: A somewhat moist and unstable airmass associated with an
area of low pressure will continue to influence the aviation area
for the next 24 hours. During the daytime hours surface based
convective showers and thunderstorms will occur, primarily over
and near mountain locations. Additionally there looks to be a few
disturbances moving around in and along the edges of the low to
keep a mention of showers and thunderstorms during the late
evening, overnight, and early morning hours. The expectation is
slow storm motion will allow these storms to produce localized
heavy rainfall amounts at times. /Pelatti

&&

.PRELIMINARY POINT TEMPS/POPS...
Spokane        57  76  55  75  54  79 /  50  40  40  10  10  20 
Coeur d'Alene  56  74  52  73  51  76 /  70  60  50  10  10  20 
Pullman        52  76  51  74  49  79 /  20  50  50  20  20  20 
Lewiston       61  81  59  79  56  84 /  20  20  50  30  20  10 
Colville       53  79  50  79  49  81 /  60  60  50  10  10  20 
Sandpoint      51  71  48  72  46  73 /  60  70  50  10  10  20 
Kellogg        54  68  51  68  47  72 /  70  70  60  40  20  30 
Moses Lake     58  83  58  83  56  85 /  20  30  50  10   0  10 
Wenatchee      63  80  63  83  58  84 /  30  40  50  10  10  10 
Omak           60  80  58  82  53  85 /  60  60  40  10  10  20 

&&

.OTX WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
ID...None.
WA...Flash Flood Watch through Friday evening for East Slopes 
     Northern Cascades-Okanogan Valley-Wenatchee Area.

&&

$$


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