A80 TRACON Summary / KATL TAF
ATL TRACON Summary:
High pressure will slowly exit the airspace to the southeast giving way to an approaching surface trough and frontal boundary by monday morning. After a dissapating bkn040 cloud deck exits east of the TRACON, expect mostly clear skies to prevail until a band of showers approaches from the north after 08z. Surface winds will be south to southwest at 5-8kts. Hazards in the TRACON airspace: Isolated TS North of the TRACON after 08z, LGT-MOD turbulence SFC-060 after 06z, and LGT-MOD Rime icing above 080 after 06z.

Updated: 3/29/2015 7:50 PM
ATL Terminal Aerodrome Forecast:

FTUS80 KATL 300536
KATL 300532Z 3006/3112 19007KT P6SM FEW040 SCT150
     FM300900 20009KT P6SM SCT012 BKN040
     FM301100 22010KT 5SM -SHRA SCT008 OVC012
     FM301300 24010KT 6SM -SHRA OVC008
     FM301500 28007KT P6SM BKN012
     FM301700 31010G15KT P6SM BKN035
     FM301900 32010G15KT P6SM SCT035
     FM302200 31009KT P6SM SKC
ATL TRACON Area Remark:
ISOLATED TS POSSIBLE (N/NW) AFTER 09Z.
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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