CLT TRACON Summary / KCLT TAF
CLT TRACON Summary:
A complex upper-level pattern will continue to produce a series of convective disturbances through the weekend. Scattered thunderstorms over the mountains are expected to weaken as they move to the east and re-intensify this afternoon. Cells will move to the east at 25-30kts. Expect IFR/patchy LIFR conditions outside of convection through the morning. Surface winds will be mostly southwest at 10-15kts. Flight Hazards in the TRACON airspace outside of convection: None expected.

Updated: 7/03/2015 06:30 AM
CLT Terminal Aerodrome Forecast:

FTUS42 KGSP 031122
TAFCLT
TAF
KCLT 031122Z 0312/0412 20005KT 4SM -SHRA OVC010
      TEMPO 0312/0316 2SM -SHRA OVC003
     FM031600 22007KT P6SM -SHRA BKN050 OVC100
     FM031800 23011G17KT 4SM -TSRA BKN040CB OVC100
     FM040000 24007KT P6SM BKN100=
CLT TRACON Area Remark:
LIFR/IFR EXPECTED N/S UNTIL 15Z. ISOLATED TS EXPECTED ALL QUADS AFTER 18Z.
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Southeast Radar Loop

 



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