Scattered thunderstorms will move east to northeast at 10-15kts and exit the TRACON airspace by 04z, but expect additional showers overnight as a strong cold front moves through. Temperatures will fall quickly Saturday morning and there's a chance for a rain/snow mix and related deicing operations late Saturday morning. Expect SCT/BKN040-070 clouds outside convection this evening, lowering to BKN/OVC 020-030 by 08-12z. Surface winds will be variable and gusty near the evening convection, but then mostly from the northwest at 3-10kts, increasing to 10-15kts with 20-25kt gusts by 11-13z. Hazards ouside convection: Expect LGT ocnl MOD rime/mixed icing between 050-FL220.

Updated:10/31/2014 8:04 PM
CLT Terminal Aerodrome Forecast:

FTUS42 KGSP 010834 AAA
KCLT 010834Z 0109/0206 02012KT P6SM -RA BKN025 OVC050
     FM011400 35015G23KT P6SM VCSH OVC017
     FM011700 35015G23KT P6SM BKN024 OVC040
     FM011900 34015G23KT P6SM BKN040
     FM020100 33013KT P6SM SCT120=
CLT TRACON Area Remark:
SCATTERED TS EXPECTED N/NW/W/SW/S til 02z and NE/E/SE til 04z.
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