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Very Active Weather Pattern Over The Western And Central U.S. Through Midweek

A powerful storm system will bring heavy snow, strong winds, and dangerous travel to much of the western and central U.S. through midweek. Snowfall amounts could exceed one foot in a few locations. On the warm side of this system, heavy rainfall and flooding will be possible from the lower Mississippi Valley to the Great Lakes midweek. Read More >

                                     ZTL Airspace Summary / KBHM TAF                       For ATC Planning Purposes Only
ZTL Airspace Summary:
A frontal boundary will produce light showers over S ZTL. Low-VFR/IFR conditions over central/S AL/GA will spread north and east over all of AL/GA/SC and S TN/NC by early evening. Surface winds will be northeast to south at 5-12kts. Flight Hazards: LGT Rime/Mixed Icing 100-FL180 over AL/GA, spreading into SC/NC.

Updated:2/18/2018 12:40 PM
 

BHM Terminal Aerodrome Forecast:
 
FTUS80 KBHM 181721 RRA
KBHM 181720Z 1818/1918 08005KT 5SM BR VCSH OVC020
     FM190100 13005KT P6SM OVC040
     FM190500 14004KT 5SM BR BKN050
     FM191200 14006KT 4SM BR OVC007
     FM191500 15006KT P6SM BKN015

 

BHM METAR:
 
SPUS70 KBHM 182008
SPECI KBHM 182005Z 17005KT 8SM -RA SCT019 BKN044 OVC060 14/10 A3023 RMK
     AO2 P0000 T01390100

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