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Jose Continues to Bring Dangerous Surf and Rip Currents to the East Coast

Post Tropical Jose continues to meander and slowly weaken off the coast of southern New England. Heavy rains bands and thunderstorms are expected to produce 1 to 2 inches of additional rainfall and tropical-storm-force winds. Swells from Jose will bring the risk of dangerous surf and rip current conditions for much of the U.S. East Coast for the next several days. Read More >

                                       ZTL Airspace Summary / KATL TAF                    For ATC Planning Purposes Only
ZTL Airspace Summary:
Isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms will linger over central/southern GA until 03-05z, but will diminish over the rest of ZTL by 01-02z. Cells will move south to southwest at 5-15kts. Expect VFR conditions outside precipitation this evening with patchy IFR/MVFR fog developing over most of the airspace by 09-10z. Surface winds will be northwest to east at 3-7kts and frequently calm, but will be variable and gusty near convection. Flight Hazards outside convection: None expected.

Updated:9/21/2017 8:09 PM
 

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport Terminal Aerodrome Forecast:
 
FTUS80 KATL 220957 AAA
KATL 220956Z 2210/2312 07005KT P6SM FEW060 FEW150
     FM221800 09006KT P6SM VCSH SCT050
     FM230300 09005KT P6SM BKN250

 

ATL METAR:  
SAUS70 KATL 221000
METAR KATL 220952Z 07006KT 10SM FEW055 FEW100 22/18 A3005 RMK AO2 SLP167
     T02170183

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