CLT TRACON Summary / KCLT TAF
CLT TRACON Summary:
A cold front will cross the Appalachians, producing widespread convection, mostly north and west of CLT after until 02z when it slowely move east and south of the area. Expect continued MVFR/low-VFR ceilings through the period. Surface winds will be south at 8-10kts. Flight hazards in the TRACON airspace outside convection: None expected.

Updated: 9/26/2016 7:30 PM
CLT Terminal Aerodrome Forecast:

FTUS31 KCLT 262342
KCLT 262339Z 2700/2724 16006KT P6SM VCSH BKN040
     FM270100 16005KT 5SM -TSRA BKN040CB OVC090
      TEMPO 2701/2704 VRB10G20KT 2SM TSRA SCT012 OVC025CB
     FM270500 16004KT 6SM BR VCSH SCT020 OVC040
     FM270900 VRB02KT 5SM BR SCT008 SCT015 BKN120
     FM271400 27004KT P6SM VCSH OVC070 PROB30 2716/2722 4SM -TSRA
      OVC025CB
CLT TRACON Area Remark:
SCATTERED TS EXPECTED W/NW/N/NE THRU PD AND ALL QUADS AFTER 02Z.
Convective Gate Forecast / Collaborative Convective Forecast Product / Vertical Wind Profile
Convective Gate Forecast
SIGMETS/ Southeast Radar & Satellite Loops (click on image to enlarge)

Southeast Radar Loop

 



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