A80 TRACON Summary / KATL TAF
ATL TRACON Summary:
High pressure will remain centered to the east with a weak upper-level disturbance to the north supporting isolated convection this afternoon. Conditions look stable for ATL, but with a southward storm motion, cells could move over the northern TRACON after 20z. Expect VFR conditions under a SCT050 deck. Surface winds will start out light from the southwest and shift to the northeast after 20z. Flight hazards in the TRACON airspace outside of convection: None expected.

Updated: 8/25/2016 12:30 PM
ATL Terminal Aerodrome Forecast:

FTUS80 KATL 251542 AAA
KATL 251539Z 2516/2618 23004KT P6SM FEW035 SCT050
     FM252000 04006KT P6SM SCT050 SCT250
     FM260100 08004KT P6SM SCT250
     FM261500 05005KT P6SM SCT045
ATL TRACON Area Remark:
ISOLATED TS PSBL W/NW/N/NE FROM 20-00Z.
Convective Gate Forecast / Icing Gate Forecast / Vertical Wind Profile (click on image to enlarge)
Convective Gate Forecast
Icing Gate Forecast
table with gate forecasts (convective and CCFP) used April - November while icing gate forecasts are issued
AIRMETs & SIGMETS/ Southeast Radar loop / Satellite Image (click on image to enlarge)

Southeast Radar Loop

 



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