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Heavy Rain and Flood Threat Continues; Wintry Mix Extends from the Plains to the Northeast; and Snow in the West

Additional rainfall from the Southern Plains to the Ohio Valley will enhance the threat for additional flash flooding and main stem river flooding. Areas of accumulating snow and ice are expected across portions of the Central Plains to the Northeast. The Western U.S. will mainly be cold with the threat for heavy snow across parts of northern California, the Great Basin and the central Rockies. Read More >

                                      ZTL Airspace Summary / KCHA TAF                    For ATC Planning Purposes Only
ZTL Airspace Summary:
A stationary front will linger to the northwest of ZTL as low-level moisture remains over the entire airspace. Isolated showers and thunderstorms are possible over NW AL and TN through the morning. Expect patchy IFR/MVFR conditions over all of ZTL. Surface winds will be southeast to southwest at 8-10kts. Flight Hazards: LGT-MOD Turbulence below 120 over TN/AL and LGT-MOD Rime Icing from 130-FL220 over TN.

Updated: 2/22/2018 6:00 AM
 

Chattanooga Terminal Aerodrome Forecast:
 
FTUS42 KCHA 221242 AAA
KCHA 221239Z 2213/2312 20005KT P6SM SCT035
     FM221400 20005KT P6SM VCSH SCT035
      TEMPO 2214/2216 BKN035
     FM221700 18006KT P6SM SCT035 BKN070
     FM230000 15003KT P6SM BKN070

 

CHA METAR:  
SAUS80 KCHA 221600 RRB
METAR KCHA 221553Z 14006KT 10SM BKN020 BKN025 BKN110 BKN250 22/17 A3041
     RMK AO2 SLP290 T02220167

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