ZTL Weather Bulletin
Prepared: 8/4/2015 8:30 PM by: WN valid for 9 hours
FOR ATC PLANNING PURPOSES
Weakening high pressure will still dominate ZTL as a slow moving cold front approaches from the north. Isolated convection over VA/NC will dissipate by 04z and is possible over TN after 06z. Cells will move towards the southeast at 5-15kts. Expect VFR conditions under mostly upper-level cirrus. Surface winds will be southwest to northwest at 5kts and frequently calm. Flight Hazards outside of convection: LGT-MOD turbulence above FL300 and LGT-MOD Rime Icing from 150-FL250 over N ZTL. Altimeters will be above 29.92ins over all ZTL. Ceilings below 050 are not expected outside convection.

Restricted Area Convection: R2102...None. R3002...None. R3004...None.
FTUS42 KFFC 050330 AAB
TAFATL
TAF AMD
KATL 050330Z 0504/0606 VRB03KT P6SM SCT250
     FM051600 24007KT P6SM SCT050 SCT250 PROB30 0520/0523 6SM TSRA
      BKN050CB
     FM060000 24006KT P6SM SCT060 SCT180=
Remark: NONE.
FTUS42 KGSP 042337
TAFCLT
TAF
KCLT 042337Z 0500/0524 01004KT P6SM SCT150 BKN250
     FM051600 24007KT P6SM SCT060=

Remark: NONE.
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